PARRAMATTA Stadium will be bursting at the seams when the Western Sydney Wanderers play their first home game there this Sunday afternoon.
With more than 20,000 members signed, sealed and delivered to their Blacktown headquarters, last year's A-League wonder boys are poised to break a few more records in 2013-14.
Starting with a big win over Sunday's visitors, the Wellington Phoenix, who went down to Brisbane Roar in the dying minutes of their home clash on Sunday.
The Wanderers on the other hand did enough in a 1-1 draw with the Central Coast Mariners on Saturday to suggest they will both match and better their 2012-13 deeds.
It's a big call after just 90 minutes, but the Wanderers were all class and poise despite conceding a goal after almost an hour of play. These are the signs of a team very confident in itself.
Urged on by the magnificent band of supporters who raised the bar of team support, the Wanderers maintained their composure until the equaliser finally came almost half an hour after the Mariners had taken the lead through western Suburbs product Mitchell Duke.
New Wanderers signing Tomi Juric placed himself perfectly to push in a cross from the right and the Wanderers' faithful in the stands became delirious.
Coach Tony Popovic joined in the celebrations, pumping his fist, clearly delighted that the Mariners were not going to repeat their grand final performance.
The 1-1 draw was a fair result, but in the stands, the Wanderers' fans clearly dominated.
The red and black block obviously wants to be number one again, so expect something special back home this Sunday against the New Zealanders on the field.