A Look Back At Games 100, 200 & 300


As we prepare to celebrate our 400th Hyundai A-League game on Saturday against Melbourne City, we’re looking back at our previous centuries and bringing you a recap of each of those clashes.

As we prepare to celebrate our 400th Hyundai A-League game on Saturday against Melbourne City, we’re looking back at our previous centuries and bringing you a recap of each of those clashes.

Take a look back as we recap our 100th, 200th and 300th Hyundai A-League games:


Game 100 :

Season 2009/10 – Round 9

Sydney FC 1 (McFlynn 21′)

Central Coast Mariners 0

Sydney FC: Clint Bolton, Sung-Hwan Byun, Stephan Keller (Antony Golec 90′), Sebastian Ryall, Simon Colosimo, Karol Kisel (Shannon Cole 72′), Stuart Musialik, Steve Corica, Terry McFlynn, Mark Bridge (Chris Payne 84′), Alex Brosque.

Central Coast Mariners: Danny Vukovic, Alex Wilkinson, Chris Doig, Predrag Bojic (Andrew Clark 86′), Nigel Boogaard, Dean Heffernan, John Hutchinson, Nicky Travis (Bradley Porter 73′), Michael McGlinchey, Dylan MacAllister, Nik Mrdja (Adam Kwasnik 68′).

05-Oct-2009 at Allianz Stadium. Crowd: 13887.

REACP: Terry McFlynn celebrated his return from injury and the birth of his first child in perfect fashion on Labour Day Monday, claiming a 21st minute header that secured an entertaining 1-nil win over the Central Coast Mariners and returned Sydney FC to the summit of the Hyundai A-League table.

The Northern Irishman-s clinical top-corner finish capped off a magical week for the crowd favourite, who welcomed daughter, Olivia to the world on Thursday. It was his first match in a month, and the midfield dynamo looked like he was making up for lost time in a jack-in-the-box performance.


Game 200

Season 2012/13 – Round 20

Sydney FC 2 (Del Piero 7′, Triantis 69′)

Brisbane Roar 1 (Berisha 45’pen)

Sydney FC: Vedran Janjetovic, Tiago Calvano, Fabio Alves Macedo, Sebastian Ryall, Rhyan Grant, Brett Emerton, Peter Triantis, Adam Griffiths, Ali Abbas (Terry Antonis 59′), Blake Powell (Joel Chianese 59′), Alessandro Del Piero.

Brisbane Roar: Michael Theo, Shane Stefanutto (James Donachie 69′), Jack Hingert, Ivan Franjic, Luke Brattan (Ben Halloran 73′), Jade North, Steven Lustica, Thomas Broich, Mitch Nichols, Stefan Nijland (George Lambadaridis 75′), Besart Berisha.

10-Feb-2013 at Allianz Stadium. Crowd: 14589.

REACP: A thunderbolt goal from Sydney FC youngster Peter Triantis secured a dominant 2-1 win over Brisbane Roar and sent the Sky Blues into the top six at Allianz Stadium tonight.

A fourth consecutive home win in front of 14,589 passionate fans was the result of a brilliant midfield performance led by Triantis, Alessandro Del Piero and Rhyan Grant.

Del Piero etched his name into the Sydney FC history books, as his seventh minute strike not only gave Sydney a fabulous start, but secured his position as the highest goal scorer in a single season for the Sky Blues.

A Besart Berisha penalty on the cusp of half time led to a few nerves amongst the home faithful before Triantis- strike released the shackles on a nervy crowd, as they cheered their team into sixth spot on the ladder.


Game 300

Season 2016/17 – Round 9

Newcastle Jets 0 

Sydney FC 2 (Ninkovic 63′, Ibini 79′)

Newcastle Jets: Jack Duncan, Iain Fyfe, Nick Cowburn, Johnny Koutroumbis, Jason Hoffman, Andrew Hoole, Wayne Brown, Steven Ugarkovic (Mateo Poljak 61′), Leilei Ma (Andy Brennan 76′), Ben Kantarovski (Devante Clut 69′), Labinot Haliti.

Sydney FC: Danny Vukovic, Alex Wilkinson, Sebastian Ryall, Rhyan Grant, Joshua Brillante, David Carney (Bernie Ibini 61′), Milos Ninkovic, Milos Dimitrijevic (Brandon O`Neill 84′), Michael Zullo, George Blackwood (Bobo Da Silva 71′), Alex Brosque.

04-Dec-2016 at McDonald Jones Stadium. Crowd: 8473.

REACP: Sydney FC moved six points clear at the top of the Hyundai A-League following a 2-0 win over the Newcastle Jets at MacDonald Jones Stadium.

The Sky Blues dominated the game and hit the woodwork twice among their numerous chances.

Man of the match Milos Ninkovic and Bernie Ibini hit the target for the Sky Blues with two excellent individual goals.