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  • Operation A-League: Fairfield Advance

     

    Football Federation Australia this month announced the formation of the Western Sydney A-League club and last Thursday hundreds of soccer fans and professionals met at Mounties to discuss the new team’s name, colours and logo.

     

    Mr Sartoretto said the under-utilised Fairfield Showground was the ideal location for an A-League team with the potential for the construction of a new stadium that could form the basis of a new entertainment hub for the west.

     

    “The transport links from the showground are great with the T-way, a new shuttle bus service, the road links are all here and there is a lot of area here that can be developed,†he said.

     

    Read more on the article at the Fairfield Advance Website

    The FFA have announced the third in a series of community meetings to be held regarding the new Western Sydney A-League team.

     

    The second meeting is to be held at Rooty Hill RSL in Rooty Hill on Thursday April 19th. Time 7:30-9:30pm.

     

    The meeting will involve discussions around the team name, colours, logo and culture.

     

    Rooty Hill RSL Google Maps Link

     

    By Train/Bus:

    Western Line train to Rooty Hill Station.



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