Wanderers confirm the return of Amy Harrison

Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today confirmed the return of Amy Harrison on a two-year deal in the Liberty A-League.

Harrison returns to Australia after a two-year stint in the Eredivisie Women where she made 44 appearances with powerhouse PSV Eindhoven. 

During her time in the top-tier of women’s football in the Netherlands, Harrison was crowned the winner of the KNVB Beeker Women and was the runner-up to the Eredivisie Women competition. 

ALMERE, NETHERLANDS – JUNE 5: Esmee Brugts of PSV Women, Amy Harrison of PSV Women celebrates the championship with the trophy during the Dutch KNVB Beker Women match between ADO Den Haag v PSV at the Yanmar Stadium on June 5, 2021 in Almere Netherlands (Photo by Laurens Lindhout/Soccrates/Getty Images)

The midfielder’s last stint in the Liberty A-League was back in 2019/20 with the Red & Black where Harrison helped guide the Wanderers to a number of major milestones including the club’s first ever Finals Series appearance. 

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 20: Captains, Stephanie Catley of Melbourne City and Amy Harrison of the Wanderers walk their teams on to the ground during the round 13 W-League match between the Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne City at Marconi Stadium on February 20, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by David Neilson/Getty Images)

A Western Sydney local, Harrison said she was delighted to ink a two-year deal with the club. 

“After two seasons away, I’m so happy to be back home with the Wanderers to play in front of the club’s passionate members and fans, as well as my family and friends,” said Harrison.

“I am ready to pick up where I left off with the Wanderers and to hopefully add some more club milestones and records to the tally. 

“As a Western Sydney local, I understand the importance of playing with passion and pride and I’m so excited for the season ahead.”