Western Sydney Wanderers Women is a professional women's football team affiliated with Western Sydney Wanderers FC. Founded in 2012, this team is based in Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, and competes in the country's top-tier women's domestic competition, the W-League.
History [ edit ]
The announcement of the creation of Western Sydney Wanderers FC on 4 April 2012 by the then
FFA CEO Ben Buckley was soon followed by the announcement of an associated women's team which would compete in the W-League. [1 ]
Players [ edit ]
Current squad [ edit ]
Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Managers [ edit ]
5 July 2012 – Present
Steve Roche Inaugural manager
Year-by-year history [ edit ]
Qualification Final Ladder
Records and statistics [ edit ]
Records [ edit ]
Record Win: 4–0 vs Adelaide United, Round Eight (Season 2012/13), 16 December 2012
Record Defeat: 5-0 vs Canberra United, 8 January 2013, Round 11 (Season 2012/13)
Most Goals by a Player in a Game: 2 – Servet Uzunlar v Adelaide United, Burton Park, Adelaide, 20 October 2012, Trudy Camilleri v Perth Glory, Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney, 3 November 2012, Catherine Cannuli v Brisbane Roar, Cleveland Showgrounds, Brisbane, 17 November 2012, Louise Fors v Adelaide United, Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney, 8 December 2012 & Louise Fors v Sydney FC, Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney, 12 January 2013
Most Wins in a Row: 2 - 17 November 2012 to 1 December 2012
Longest Undefeated Streak: 4 matches - 3 November 2012 to 24 November 2012
Most Goals In a Regular season: Louise Fors – 5 goals, 2012–13 W-League
Longest Period Without Conceding a Goal: 224 minutes – 27 October 2012 to 11 November 2012. Goalkeeper: Elizabeth Durack
Most appearances [ edit ]
Linda O'Neill holds the record for most league appearances with 16 (including finals) as of December 2013
Last updated 19 December 2013
Competitive, professional matches only.
Leading scorers [ edit ]
Louise FOrs holds the record for most league goals with 5 (including finals) as of December 2013.
Last updated 29 January 2013
Competitive, professional matches only, appearances including substitutes appear in brackets.
See also [ edit ]
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