It is a phenomenal achievement by the team in sky blue and there has been only one player who has been there to see it all happen, Leena Khamis.

Khamis is the only remaining original member of inaugural Sydney FC W-League side, and now at 31, she has been part of it all, including the club's Premiership and two Championship wins.

In a competition where anything is possible, Khamis said that holding the record is something Sydney don’t take for granted.

“We are confident and we are excited to be part of the finals again for the 10th time,” Leena said.

“Every season is special but season 10 is a decade of the league and I think this one has that little bit extra special feeling,” she said.

However, getting to this point in the season to claim this record wasn’t easy. Sydney’s season didn’t start the way the team or fans expected, losing the first three games in the worst start to a W-League season since 2015/16.

The turning point for Sydney came in round four where they faced reigning Champions Melbourne City in a must-win game for the side as they headed into round five with a bye.

If they didn’t secure points, they would be in a nightmare scenario of going into the second half of the season with zero points from five rounds.

“We couldn’t let the season slip away from us so early,” Khamis said.

Sydney came from behind to snatch their first three points of the season, courtesy of a Remy Siemsen goal in additional time as Sydney beat Melbourne City for the first time at home.