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Jan 11, 2017   |  12:28AM AET

Wanderers stats and facts at Campbelltown

Wanderers stats and facts at Campbelltown

We take a look at some of our best stats and facts at Campbelltown Stadium ahead of their upcoming Community Round and double header.

1) Undefeated at Campbelltown

The Hyundai A-League side have only played twice at Campbelltown Stadium but have won on both occasions: the first, a 2-1 win against Newcastle in February 2013 and the second, a 3-2 win over Wellington Phoenix in the Westfield FFA Cup earlier this season. 


2) Highest Hyundai A-League attendance

The Wanderers currently hold the highest attendance record for a Hyundai A-League game at Campbelltown Stadium.

The Red & Black travelled in numbers in 2013 for Round 20’s clash against Newcastle Jets drawing a crowd of 10,589.


3) Top goal scorer in both the Hyundai A-League and Westfield FFA Cup

Local hero and Wanderers legend Mark Bridge has scored the most Hyundai A-League goals at Campbelltown Stadium (two), while Lachlan Scott has scored the most Westfield FFA Cup goals at the venue (two). 


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4) Lachlan Scott the debutant

Who could forget the moment when Academy product Lachlan Scott bagged two goals on debut in the Wanderers’ Westfield FFA Cup victory over Wellington Phoenix at Campbelltown in August last year.


5) Westfield W-League team’s first victory

Rewind back to 2012 where a brace from midfielder Trudy Camilleri saw the Wanderers win their first match in the Westfield W-League. The Red & Black secured a shock victory at the time, defeating league leaders Perth Glory 2-0. 


6) 10th Wanderers Westfield W-League match at Campbelltown

Campbelltown Stadium is set to host the Wanderers 10th Westfield W-League match. The Wander Women have won once and drawn five of the nine matches played at the venue so far. 


7) Our epic victory over the Reds

On 8 December 2012, the Wanderers Westfield W-League side produced a stunning performance to thump Adelaide United 4-0 in Campbelltown. 

The Red & Black dominated from the outset as Louise Fors and Sarah Walsh scored inside the opening 10 minutes, with Servet Uzunlar adding to the tally just before half-time. Fors rounded out the scoring midway through the second half. 


8) Extending our unbeaten streak

In 2012, we extended our unbeaten streak in the Westfield W-League to four matches after an impressive 3-0 win over the Newcastle Jets.

Skipper Sarah Walsh led the way, scoring a goal in each half before subsitute Candace Sciberras put the icing on the cake with a strike right at the death.


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