On their journey to the Westfield FFA Cup Final, the Sky Blues have done it the hard way playing all their ties away from home.
Sydney FC’s mid-week Cup form has mirrored their blistering start to the Hyundai A-League 2016/17 Season.
In fact their record in their four Cup ties is an exact match of their return in the first four rounds of the season – 11 goals scored; 0 conceded – an incredible feat.
And the Sky Blues haven’t been short of contributors during their FFA Cup run, with an impressive nine different goal scorers – Matt Simon and David Carney being the only players to bank two.
Here's how they made it to AAMI Park for the decider on November 30 with City.
Round of 32: Wollongong Wolves 0-3 Sydney FC
The Sky Blues were made to work for their first win in front of an impressive 8,000 fans at the fabulous WIN Stadium, with the score still deadlocked after an hour.
However two goals in four minutes from Matt Simon midway through the second half snuffed out of any fears of a Cup-set, with David Carney sealing the result in injury time with a slick finish.
Round of 16: Perth Glory 0-2 (AET) Sydney FC
With the Caltex Socceroos hosting Iraq in Perth the following day, Dorrien Gardens was the scene of this all Hyundai A-League clash, which needed extra time to separate the sides.
The Sky Blues bossed the contest but were unable to break the deadlock in regulation time; however strikes from Milos Ninkovic and Alex Brosque in the additional 30 minutes sealed their progression against the Cup experts Perth.
Quarter Final: Blacktown City 0-3 Sydney FC
Almost 4000 fans turned up to Sydney United Sports Centre as a relentless Sydney FC eased through to the last four with a comfortable win over the 2015 PS4 NPL national champions.
First half goals from Filip Holosko and David Carney set Graham Arnold’s side on their way, while marque striker Bobo capped a superb starting debut with a goal 13 minutes from time to ice the result.
Semi Final: Canberra Olympic 0-3 Sydney FC
Sydney FC booked their spot in the final after ending the fairytale run of Capital Football’s 2016 PS4 NPL champions in front of a crowd of close to 6000 at Viking Park.
Sebastian Ryall put the visitors in front after heading home from a well-worked corner variation.
And second half goals from Milos Dimitrijevic, with a stunning free kick, and the returning Bernie Ibini settled the contest.