The NRMA Insurance Western Sydney Wanderers’  meteoric rise to win the Premier’s Plate in their  inaugural A-League season was one of the sporting  stories of 2013.

 As the Wanderers look to the finals  series beginning in April, we chart the rise of the club.

- WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS
- RISE OF THE -

GOALS
5

goals scored minus goals conceded

WSW v ADL
4

game winning streak
A-League record

3

6 -1
Biggest win for the Wanderers against Adelaide United

2

WSW v ADL

1

0

-1

-2

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2012-13

2013-14

A-LEAGUE GOALS

43 in 2012-13 / 34 in 2013-14

23 in 2012-13 / 29 in 2013-14

52

FOR

- LIKES v. end of 2012/ 13 season.

jerseys sold since inception

37,000+

Mark Bridge scored the first ever A-League goal for the Western Sydney Wanderers, against Brisbane Roar and is The Wanderersʼ leading goalscorer.

growth in membership

growth in TV views

MARK BRIDGE
scorer of the Wanderers first A-League goal and hat-trick
WSW v CCM WSW v SYD WSW v SYD

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ATTENDANCE

40000

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WSW v SYD

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Loyal WSW fans at the A-League semi final. Western Sydney Wanderers v Brisbane Roar FC at Parramatta Stadium.
Friday 12th of April 2013. --

BEST DEFENSIVE TEAM A-LEAGUE

The Wanderers have maintained one of the best defensive records in the A-League, second only to Brisbane Roar. They currently sit ten points behind league leaders Brisbane Roar in second position.

1 9 ,585

Largest non-finals home attendance: v Sydney FC, March 23 2013

AGAINST

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