There's No Place Like Home

There's No Place Like Home

We return to Moore Park in 2022!

To a world class stadium

Allianz Stadium

Our Journey is Coming to an End

After four successful years on the road we are returning to our spiritual home.

Our First game kicks off in

Step inside the Allianz Stadium with Sydney FC players

Andrew Redmayne

Why the Allianz Stadium is special to me

Alex Wilkinson

We're ready to create new memories

And celebrate those wonderous experiences we shared at the old Allianz Stadium.

A special place for our Members

A special place for our Members

With safe standing for The Cove, a superior view from every seat and a roof line that keeps in the noise and keeps out the rain.

The perfect place for our partners

The perfect place for our partners

World class hospitality facilities, aligned with exceptional service, will create an outstanding opportunity to entertain clients or reward staff.

Our Stadium in the park

Our Stadium in the park

Created with a sculptural, ribbon facade housing a delicate veil of bronze fins, the stadium's design draws on its environment of fig trees, the Kippax Lake and the Sydney Cricket Ground to create a stadium for you to enjoy that blends in to its surroundings.

See our 2022/23 Membership packages

See our 2022/23 Membership packages

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Discover a whole new world of entertaining

Discover a whole new world of entertaining

Sydney FC's Top Five Moments at Allianz Stadium

We've had some memorable matches at Allianz Stadium. Look back on five of our favourites.

The Seven Goal Sensation

The most goals scored in a single game for the Sky Blues when Sydney FC beat Wellington 7-1. Four of the strikes came from Alessandro Del Piero. In a scintillating display, the Italian showcased all his class to notch a hat-trick before half time, capping off his stellar performance with a well-worked fourth with 20 minutes remaining.

The 2017 Grand Final

Milos Ninkovic's winning goal in the penalty shoot out and his dash to jump into the Cove to celebrate is a legendary Sky Blue moment.
Rhyan Grant had cancelled out Besart Berisha's opener for Melbourne Victory, leading to a dramatic spot kick shoot-out that saw Ninkovic keep his nerve and secure a 4-2 victory and a Double for Graham Arnold's men.

Valentine Day's Massacre

Sydney FC took to the field in the final game of the regular season needing to beat opponents Melbourne Victory to claim a first Premiership. In front of heaving crowd, Slovakian Karol Kisel got the Sky Blues off to the perfect start with a volley from outside the area, before John Aloisi sealed the win, and silverware, with a rocket of a shot in the second half.

Janko Breaks Records

In a match that had everything, Sydney FC beat Brisbane Roar 5-4 in the rain to move into second place on the ladder, with marquee Marc Janko dominating the headlines. The big Austrian became the first player in A-League history to score in seven consecutive games, while also eclipsing Alessandro Del Piero’s scoring record of 14 goals in a season.

Brosque's Derby Delight

Alex Brosque slammed home a late winner as Sydney FC came back from 2-0 down to win beat Wanderers in the Derby in front of a then record crowd. Estatic Members of the Cove jump on the fence to join in the celebration in an iconic moment at the Sydney Football Stadium.

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Additional video and image credit: INSW and John Holland.