|18 Apr 21||Sydney FC ||-|| Adelaide United|
|24 Apr 21||Central Coast ||-|| Sydney FC|
|27 Apr 21||Sydney FC ||-|| Melbourne Victory|
|01 May 21||Western Sydney ||-|| Sydney FC|
|05 May 21||Adelaide United ||-|| Sydney FC|
|10 Apr 21||Sydney FC|| ||1 - 1|| ||Melbourne City|
|10 Apr 21||Sydney FC|| ||P - P|| ||Western Sydney|
|07 Apr 21||Sydney FC|| ||1 - 0|| ||Perth Glory|
|04 Apr 21||Melbourne Victory|| ||0 - 3|| ||Sydney FC|
|28 Mar 21||Adelaide United|| ||1 - 0|| ||Sydney FC|
Sydney Football Club /ˈsɪdni/, commonly known as Sydney FC, is an Australian professional soccer club based in Sydney, New South Wales. It competes in the country's premier competition, the A-League, under license from Football Federation Australia. The club has won two A-League Championships (in 2006 and 2010) and one Premiership (2009–10) and are the only A-League club to win the OFC Champions League, a feat they achieved in 2005 – since 2006 A-League teams have competed in the AFC Champions League. Sydney FC participated in the group stage of the AFC Champions League in 2007 and 2011. Having won titles in the W-League and in the National Youth League Sydney hold the distinction of being the only club to have won the A-League alongside its two affiliated competitions.
The club's home ground is Allianz Stadium, a 45,500 seat multi-use venue in the suburb of Moore Park. As the only A-League team in the city for the first seven years of its existence, the club's fans hail from all across Sydney. Since its establishment, Sydney FC has had a reputation for signing high-profile players. Notable players who have represented the club include Dwight Yorke, Juninho Paulista, John Aloisi, Brett Emerton and Alessandro del Piero.