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Aug 24, 2023   |  12:39PM AET

Liberty A-League fixtures for the 2023/24 season confirmed

Liberty A-League fixtures for the 2023/24 season confirmed

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed their Liberty A-League fixture for the upcoming season.

The Wanderers will open the season with a blockbuster Sydney Derby in enemy territory at Allianz Stadium before returning home to CommBank Stadium to take on Wellington Phoenix in the club’s first double header of the season.

The Red & Black will then play in back-to-back away matches facing both Newcastle Jets and Melbourne City before returning home to take on Canberra United.

A trip to Western United follows with the Wanderers then facing new rivals Central Coast Mariners for the very first time on 8 December 2023 at Wanderers Football Park.

The remainder of December sees one away trip to Brisbane Roar and two home matches at Wanderers Football Park against both Adeliade United and Melbourne Victory to ring in the new year.

The Wander Women then return to action in 2024 on Saturday 7 January in Perry Park to face Perth Glory before a home match against Melbourne City and away at Central Coast.

The end of January will see Brisbane Roar come to town in a Saturday night clash at Wanderers Football Park.

February will see two away matches against Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory split by a home match at Wanderers Football Park against Newcastle Jets.

The final month of the regular season will be filled with action with five matches played over the month of March with it all kicking off with the Sydney Derby on 2 March 2024 played in a double header at CommBank Stadium.

An away trip to Canberra United follows then with Perth Glory and Western United coming to town before it all wraps up in a double header at Sky Stadium with the Isuzu UTE A-League Mens team against Wellington Phoenix.