Sydney Super Cup Celtic
Sydney Super Cup Sydney FC

Sydney FC – 2


Celtic FC – 1

Thursday 17 November

Allianz Stadium

Sydney Super Cup Celtic FC
Sydney Super Cup Celtic FC

Everton FC – 0


Celtic FC – 0

Everton won on penalties 4-2

Sunday 20 November
Accor Stadium

Sydney Super Cup Celtic FC
Sydney Super Cup Rangers

Everton FC – 5


Western Sydney Wanderers – 1

Wednesday 23 November

Commbank Stadium

About Sydney Super Cup

Everton vs Celtic clash to headline inaugural Sydney Super Cup in 2022!

Sydney will host an exciting match-up between English Premier League club Everton and Scottish Premiership champions Celtic as they kick off the newly created Sydney Super Cup. The England v Scotland football rivalry will be on full display as these two iconic clubs face off in Sydney on Sunday November 20, 2022.

The kick-off time for the headline Sydney Super Cup clash between Celtic FC v Everton FC on Sunday 20 November at Accor Stadium has been moved to an earlier time of 2.45PM.

The updated afternoon timeslot brings the match in line with traditional UK football Sunday afternoon kick-off times, which will only enhance the experience at the match and ensure all local fans in attendance get the chance to feel the unique football atmosphere between these two global football heavyweights.

The game will be played at Sydney’s Accor Stadium and sees the return of Celtic Manager Ange Postecoglou to the venue of one of his most famous coaching wins, when Australia won the AFC Asian Cup in 2015. The clash against Frank Lampard’s Everton, brings two of UK football’s powerhouses to Sydney.

The match will be part of a blockbuster three-match series that will also see Everton FC take on Western Sydney Wanderers on November 23 at CommBank Stadium and Celtic take on Sydney FC on November 17 at the newly opened Allianz Stadium.

The series is part of the new Sydney Super Cup which will be a bi-annual football event held in Sydney which will bring Europe’s top football teams to NSW every two years.

The Sydney Super Cup Teams

Everton FC

Everton are one of English football’s oldest and longest serving top flight clubs having competed in the highest division for a record 119 seasons. They are a club that is close to many Australian football fans’ hearts after the successful career of Socceroos legend Tim Cahill at Goodison Park.

Everton will be led to Sydney by their manager Frank Lampard – one of the biggest names in world football in the last 20 years having made over 600 English Premier League appearances and receiving over 100 caps for the England national team. Lampard will be taking charge of his first full season as the boss of the Blues.

Celtic FC

One of the world’s most recognisable football clubs, Celtic FC, boast extraordinarily loyal supporters and are one of only five clubs in the world to have won over 100 trophies in their 134 year history.

Managed by Australia’s Ange Postecoglu, Celtic are fresh from one of their most successful decades in history, winning 18 trophies between 2010-2019 and boast a squad of international and domestic stars.

Affectionately known as The Bhoys, Celtic play out of the 60,000-seat Celtic Park in Glasgow which has hosted some of the Clubs most famous moments and is known for sold-out crowds and a raucous atmosphere.

Western Sydney Wanderers

Dubbed “Australia’s newest, oldest club” in respect to the long history of football in the region, the Western Sydney Wanderers have fast become one of Australia’s best-supported football clubs.

Founded in 2012, the club has established itself as a force both Australia and Asia in under a decade, having become the first Australian club to win the AFC Champions League in 2014.

The Wanderers are currently managed by Mark Rudan and play out of the 30,000-seat CommBank Stadium in Parramatta where they are known for having one of the A-League’s most passionate supporter-bases.

Sydney FC

With 25 trophies across domestic and international competitions, Sydney FC are Australia’s most successful football club.

Known as the Sky Blues, Sydney FC draw support from across Sydney and have a rich history of winning since their inception in 2004.

The Sky Blues are managed by Club legend Steve Corica and will soon play out of the brand new, 45,000-seat Allianz Stadium in Moore Park.

Hit the Spot Game

Thank you to all who played our Sydney Super Cup “Hit the Spot” game.

After a close contest, the final leaderboard was –

  • 1st Place – supporting Celtic – celtic11 with 195 points [Match time 19:21]
  • 2nd Place – supporting Everton – Evertonfan2 with 195 points [Match time 25:10]
  • 3rd Place – supporting Sydney FC – Katieb with 182 points [Match time 13:55]

Congratulations to all our winners and participants.

We’ll be in touch with the winners early in the week commencing 21 November to confirm details and get your prizes out to you!

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