Teresa Polias becomes first woman inducted into Sydney FC’s Hall of Fame

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Greek Australian Teresa Polias has become the first female inducted into the Sydney FC Hall of Fame at the club’s prestigious Sky Blue Ball.

Polias was inducted alongside Alex Wilkinson. Together, they played a combined 18 seasons for Sydney FC, winning 11 major trophies and making 366 appearances in Sky Blue.

Polias played with the club for 11 years before she announced an indefinite break from football in 2021 as she was pregnant with her first child.

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On the night, Polias was among other award winners including Adam Le Fondre, who claimed the A-League Men’s Golden Boot, and Madison Haley who picked up the Women’s award.

Patrick Wood and Sarah Hunter were named U20 Players of the Year, while Sydney FC NPL NSW star Mitchell Glasson picked up the Rising Star award.

Sydney FC’s double-winning Captain Natalie Tobin and Slovakian international Robert Mak took out the Player of the Year Awards.

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