The Western Sydney Wanderers FC is a football club which has been established to represent Western Sydney in the Hyundai A-League in season 2012/13.
The constitution of the club will preserve its founding principles of "for the people of western Sydney, by the people of western Sydney".
The official club logo incorporates the key elements of the Western Sydney landscape; the mountains, valleys and winding river system that runs throughout the region.
The badge captures the unity and intertwined multicultural community that the Wanderers will represent.
The home jersey is comprised of red and black hoop jersey with white shorts and black socks provides Western Sydney Wanderers FC with a distinctive identity in the Australian sporting landscape.
Dubbed as “Australia’s newest, oldest club” in deference to the long history of football in the region, the Western Sydney Wanderers FC have, through their name, a linkage to the first ever game of football played in New South Wales on 14 August 1880 between the King’s School and the Wanderers in North Parramatta.
The club will be wholly owned by Football Federation Australia in its start up phase. An independent Board of Directors and Management will be appointed.