Here's your handy guide to what's in store for Sky Blues across seven days, including an international break for the Hyundai A-League and our first home game for the 2019 NPL NSW season at Lambert Park, Leichhardt.
Both Sydney FC’s Hyundai A-League and NPL sides enjoy Monday off following their exertions on Sunday against Melbourne City and Manly United respectively.
The squads will use their time off to recuperate and ensure their bodies are right for their next games.
Following their travel to Japan midweek and then their Hyundai A-League clash on Sunday, Head Coach Steve Corica’s squad have another day off in a bid to freshen up and recover from their travels.
Jimmy van Weeren’s NPL squad return to training, taking part in an early morning session at Macquarie University Sports Fields at 8am.
Sydney FC’s Hyundai A-League squad return to training as they ease their bodies back into it, with focus turning to their away clash against Brisbane on Friday 29 March (kick off 7:50pm AEDT).
The Sky Blues’ NPL sides have another day off.
Another day of training for the Sky Blues’ Hyundai A-League squad as they put in work with no Hyundai A-League game this weekend.
The Sky Blues’ NPL sides return to training, kicking off at 8am at Macquarie University Sports Fields as they commence their two day build up to Saturday’s Round 3 encounter against Marconi.
The Hyundai A-League squad have Friday off as Head Coach Steve Corica ensures his players are in peak condition for their next Hyundai A-League clash the following week against the Roar.
It’s matchday -1 for the Sky Blues’ NPL sides as they finalise preparations for their Round 3 clash at home against Marconi with another morning training session at Sky Blues’ HQ.
It’s another 11am start for the Sky Blues’ Hyundai A-League squad as they return to training for the weekend at Macquarie University Sports Fields.
It’s Game Day in the NPL as Sydney FC face Marconi Stallions at home at Lambert Park, Leichhardt (kick off 7pm AEDT). #WatchWithUs LIVE streamed on the NPL NSW Facebook or YouTube.
It’s a full weekend of training for Sydney FC’s Hyundai A-League squad as they go through their paces in another 11am session at Macquarie University Sports Fields.
The Sky Blues’ NPL sides have the day off to recover following their exertions against Marconi on Saturday.