Sebastian Pasquali becomes Western United’s longest-serving player

Sebastian Pasquali Western United

Sebastian Pasquali will become Western United’s all-time longest-serving player after signing a two-year contract extension with the Club.

United’s final remaining foundation player, Pasquali’s deal will take him into a seventh season in Green and Black come the end of the 2025/26 campaign.

The 24-year-old enjoyed the best and most consistent season of his senior career last term, making 21 appearances with 14 starts in midfield.

Sebastian Pasquali emerged as a regular starter in Western United’s midfield last season

Remaining a fan-favourite in the West, Pasquali said he relishes his position at the Club and will look to reach another level in the coming seasons.

“I’m really proud to be the longest-serving player at Western United. With the Club’s belief and support in me, I’ve been able to slowly repay the faith with performances on the field and trying to help the Club grow,” he said.

“It’s exciting to have a full season at Tarneit coming up. It’s going to be a great atmosphere and somewhere our fans can call home and, hopefully with greater engagement in the wider community, we can start to really unlock what the West has to offer.”

Western United General Manager of Football Mal Impiombato heaped praise on Pasquali, hailing him as an integral piece of United’s squad.

“One of the great stories of last season was Seb’s ability to regain fitness and perform consistently at A-League level,” he said.

“As a foundation player and the ultimate professional, Seb lives and breathes the values and ethos of our Club and we are thrilled to have him continue to inspire our community in Tarneit for the next two seasons.

“We are looking forward to seeing Seb continue his journey at our Club as a key leader of the team and an elite midfielder in the Isuzu UTE A-League.”

Pasquali has become the embodiment of Western United’s culture since joining in the inaugural year, representing the ambition and never-say-die attitude of the Club and its people.

The No.21 has emerged as a key player on the field and an ever-growing leader off it and will have a continually increasing role in shaping Western United’s ongoing success in the future.