The A-League’s new club for the 2020-21 season will be called Macarthur FC.
The announcement was made on Wednesday, with the name decided on after extensive community consultation.
The third Sydney-based team’s colours will be black, white and ochre, and their logo will include a bull.
“Like the club, [the colours] are authentically fun, tribal, proud, hardworking and inclusive,” Macarthur FC announced in a statement.
“Ochre is included to represent one of the traditional colours for the local Dharawal Aboriginal people on whose land the Macarthur region sits.
“The logo includes a bull which is demonstrative of the club’s physical power as well as a tilt to history when a runaway herd of cattle was discovered in the region in 1795.
“[The] three stars of the Southern Cross symbolise football’s links with the grassroots football community, the National Premier League and the A-League.”