Wanderers opening fixtures for 2021/22 season confirmed


The Western Sydney Wanderers first six fixtures of the A-League and four fixtures for the W-League 2021/22 season have today been confirmed.

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The A-League side will kick-off their season with the Sydney Derby at the newly renamed CommBank Stadium on Saturday 20 November 2021 and will be the first free-to-air broadcast match on Channel 10 as part of the new broadcast rights agreement. Details on tickets for the blockbuster fixture will be released soon.

The Red & Black men’s side will then play in their second home fixture the following Sunday, 28 November 2021, when they host Newcastle Jets in the timeslot of 6:05pm.

A double header will then take place on Friday 3 December 2021, with the Wanderers women’s side opening their season with a match against the W-League recent addition, Wellington Phoenix. The two men’s sides will then face off at 7:45pm. 

Returning to Wanderland on 11 December 2021, the Wanderers will host their first double header of the season with the women’s team playing in the Sydney Derby at 5:05pm before the men’s team takes on local rivals, Macarthur FC. 

The Wanderers W-League team will then play Newcastle Jets at the Wanderers Centre of Football on Friday 17 December 2021.

Wrapping up 2021 and the festive period, the Men’s team will travel to Central Coast and Newcastle Jets while the Women’s team will play in their second Sydney Derby away at Leichhardt Oval.

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Head coach Carl Robinson said he was excited by the return to CommBank Stadium in late November.

“It’s very exciting for us as a club and a community to have finally pencilled in the start date of the season.

“The team have been working very hard over the last few weeks at training and are excited to finally play in front of our passionate members and fans, and what better way than with a Sydney Derby to open our season.

“We can’t wait to get the excitement and energy back into CommBank Stadium.”

Wanderers midfielder Terry Antonis said he was eager to play in front of his family and friends for the first time at CommBank.

“I’m very excited to play at CommBank Stadium for the first time in front of my family, friends and the incredible Wanderers members and fans,” said Antonis.

“Derby Day is one of the biggest days in the calendar, so to kick off our season at home like that will be an experience to remember.”

In line with the 2021/22 fixture release today, the Wanderers have also launched their new Seat Return program for members.

Members who are unable to make any of the Wanderers A-League home matches will be able to return their seat for sale via Ticketek. More details on the Seat Return program can be found here.