Established in 2004, Sydney FC is one of the most successful clubs in the history of the Hyundai A-League. Champion of the eight-team competition in its 2005/06 inaugural season, fifth representing Oceania in the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship and, after Australia's move into Asia, one of the country's sides in the 2007 AFC Champions League, Sydney FC is at the forefront of the football revolution.
Captained by former Manchester United superstar Dwight Yorke, Sydney FC won the first-ever Hyundai A-League Grand Final in front of a sell-out crowd at Aussie Stadium on March 5, 2006. More than 41,000 people saw Steve Corica net the only goal of the game as Sydney FC beat Central Coast Mariners 1-0 in the championship decider.
Sydney FC travelled to Japan midway through the Hyundai A-League's debut season so as to compete in the 2005 FIFA Club World Championship as the Oceania Football Confederation's representative. Sydney FC acquitted itself and its region with distinction, defeating African club of the century, Al Ahly of Egypt, 2-1 to finish the tournament in fifth.
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