Wanderers launch 10th season badge
Western Sydney Wanderers FC have today unveiled their celebratory 10th season badge for the A-League and W-League 2021/22 seasons.
The logo for the club’s 10th season features the original crest which incorporates the key elements of the Western Sydney landscape – the mountains, valleys, and winding river system that runs through the region.
The badge captures the unity and intertwined multicultural community that the Wanderers represent.
The badge has been updated to celebrate the Western Sydney Wanderers 10th season in the domestic A-League and W-League competitions.
Featuring the crest in the heart of the badge, the black ring has been extended to highlight the growth the club has seen over its nine seasons to date in the league as it moves into a milestone year.
The gold ring signifies the first decade, linking to the Wanderer famous Gold Star that sits proudly on top of the crest following the club’s AFC Champions League victory in 2014.
The years “2012 – 2022” and wording “Season 10” commemorate this milestone for the club and is further emphasised through the white half-rings connecting the anniversary.
The badge will feature across the Wanderers digital campaigns as well as the Kappa home, away, and third kit which is set to be launched closer to the commencement of the A-League and W-League seasons.
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas reflected on the significance of the club’s 10th season badge.
“Having been at the club since its inception in 2012 and seeing how much it has grown, it is incredible to see that we are now at a point where we are celebrating our 10th season as a club representing the people and region of Western Sydney,” said Tsatsimas.
“In addition to the signings already made this season, we are set to have a big few weeks here at our Centre of Football with further player announcements to be made from both our A-League and W-League teams as well as a number of new initiatives in the community.
“We now look forward to building up our pre-season preparations with the majority of our A-League squad returning to training this week under strict NSW Health protocols, which kickstarts their Season 10 journey.”