Sydney FC’s record-breaking Socceroos’ goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne will play the next three years of his Sky Blues career at the club’s new world-class Allianz Stadium after signing a new three-year contract.
Redmayne will extend his clean sheet and most goalkeeper appearance records at the new venue from the start of the upcoming season, when the Sky Blues move back into their Moore Park home.
Having joined the Sky Blues in January 2017, Redmayne has three Championships, two Premierships and an FFA Cup winners medal to his name but expects to add to the tally.
“These are really exciting times for our club and I can’t wait to be part of it,” he said.
“We’re entering our brand new stadium and our Elite Centre Of Excellence at Sky Park and those facilities will gives us a huge advantage and opportunity to improve as we look to get back to winning titles.
“I’ve been here over five years now and I’d be more than happy to finish my career at this great club.”
Redmayne is able to add ‘Socceroos regular’ to his list of achievements since arriving at Sydney FC and believes he will continue to get better.
“This set up is perfect for me and my family and there’s a great environment to keep learning and testing yourself at Sydney FC.
“I feel I’ve got a lot more to give this club in the coming years and I’m certain we’ll have a squad capable of challenging for the title again this season.”
Head Coach Steve Corica was extremely pleased to have confirmed Redmayne was staying with the club.
“Redders is the best goalkeeper in Australia and it’s a huge signing to get him on board for another three years.
“He is getting better with age and you can see how well he knows his craft.
“He is a great guy to have around the place as well and brings a lot of leadership and experience with him, so I’m relieved to have him on board.”
Redmayne has made 160 appearances for the club and is one of the most decorated players in Isuzu-Ute A-League history with 10 Championship, Premiership and FFA Cup medals to his name.