• Alessandro Del Piero was an inaugural member of Sydney FC's Hall of Fame. (Getty) (Getty Images)Source: Getty Images
Sydney FC inducted eight of the club’s most prominent names of its 10-year history, including Dwight Yorke and Alessandro Del Piero, into the Sky Blues' inaugural Hall of Fame.

16 Mar 2015 - 6:22 PM  UPDATED 16 Mar 2015 - 6:22 PM

Steve Corica, Mark Rudan, Clint Bolton and Terry McFlynn joined Yorke and Del Piero as well as former coaches Pierre Littbarksi and Vitezslav Lavicka as initial Hall of Fame members.

“This is a club with a fantastic history which has played host to some of Australian football’s biggest and best,” Sydney FC chairman Scott Barlow said.

“These first eight inductees to our Hall of Fame will be enshrined in our history for their outstanding contribution to the club.

“We look forward to welcoming further inductees in future years.”

Sky Blues assistant coach Steve Corica was announced as Sydney FC’s number one Hall of Fame member.

“It was amazing, unexpected and a big surprise to be inaugurated as the first player in the Sydney FC Hall of Fame,” said two-time A-League champion Steve Corica.

“To see my name alongside some of the legends of Sydney FC is a huge honour and a privilege and it will make me incredibly proud each time another name is added to the list in the years come.”

Sydney FC’s 2005-2006 championship winning captain Mark Rudan said: “I’m extremely honoured and proud to be considered as an inaugural member of the Hall of Fame.

“Sydney FC mean a lot to me and I had a superb three years with the club which were very special and I cherished. 

“To be inaugurated is a very proud moment and I take my hat off to the club for starting a Hall of Fame.

“I think it’s a great initiative for Sydney FC to recognise some of the players and coaches who have made it the best club in the country.”