Australia's newest oldest football club will celebrate the 133rd anniversary of its first match this weekend.
On August 14,1880, the first recorded football match in NSW was played at the Kings School in North Parramatta.
One team was made up of students from The King's School First XV rugby squad and the other was a team that became The Wanderers, Australia's first Association Football club.
The Western Sydney Wanderers will commemorate the anniversary of that first match on August 24 when they host a re-enactment match at the Kings School White Oval as part of the annual Kings Spring Festival.
A team of Kings School past and present players and a team of past Socceroos and past National League players will compete in the 1880 Heritage Football Match at 2pm.
Other activities on the day will include the Kings Spring Festival from 10am and Wanderers football clinic at 11am.
Wanderers players will be be at the festival during the day to meet fans.
The festival and Heritage Football Match will be open to the public.