Western Sydney currently play in red and black hooped shirts with white shorts and black socks. Their away shirt includes red and white hooped shirts with black shorts and white socks. Nike are their official kit suppliers. Notable players include Shinji Ono, Mark Bridge and Michael Beauchamp.
Western Sydney Wanderers are an Australian football club who play in the A-League. The club are a new entrant to the A-League as the club was first announced on the 4th of April 2012. The club were seen as a replacement to Gold Coast United who dropped out of the league at the end of the 11-12 season. The club play at Parramatta Stadium which holds 21,500 people in which the NRL team the Parramatta Eels use. A poll was used for the team names with options including Athletic, Wanderers, Wolves, Strikers and Rangers. The name 'Wanderers' pays homage to the first registered football club in Australia which played in the area.
Western Sydney Wanderers prepare for the upcoming A-League season by unveiling updated home and away shirts created by Nike. With the A-League commencing in early October, Western Sydney Wanderers have taken new season preparations to the next level by showing their loyal fans the smart home and [...]
The 'Wanderers' are granted a traditionally hooped kit range from Nike which showcases finishing touches of class Nike's aesthetically pleasing kit template acts as a base for the Hyundai A-League club's iconic red and black hoops flowing across the shirts front, sleeves, and lower back, whilst a [...]
Australian A-League side Western Sydney Wanderers have officially launched their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Finishing second in the A-League last season, the new kits for WSW pay homage to the club's rich culture and passionate fans [...]
For the Asian Champions League Australian side Western Sydney Wanderers will wear new sponsor Visy on their kits. Already an existing partner of the Wanderers, Visy has increased its partnership level with the club by agreeing to feature on the front of shirt for the club’s 2014 ACL campaign [...]
The main supporters group of the club are officially named the Red and Black Bloc. The first match played by the club was against Nepean FC at Cook Park, St Marys. Western Sydney face a city rivalry with Sydney FC. Sydney FC won 1-0 in the first rivalry in October 20 2012.
A youth squad compete in the National Youth League, with matches being played at Cook Park in St Marys, Penrith as well as Campbelltown Stadium.