Mark Bridge to play final game with Western Sydney Wanderers this weekend

It's time to say goodbye to a Western Sydney Wanderers favourite.

Mark Bridge will play his final A-League game when the Wanderers host Melbourne Victory this Saturday night.

The Mount Annan resident is set to retire from the professional game.

Bridge was a Wanderers foundation player in 2012 and scored the club's first A-League goal that year.

Career highlights include winning the Wanderers Medal for player of the year twice (2012-13 and 2015-16) and playing a starring role in the club winning the 2014 AFC Champions League.

Wanderers players celebrate after winning the 2014 AFC Champions League trophy.

Wanderers players celebrate after winning the 2014 AFC Champions League trophy.

The striker is now the most capped Wanderers player of all time with 140 games.

Bridge, 33, said the Wanderers club would "forever be in my heart".

"It has been a crazy journey at the Wanderers and there is no other club I would rather be at to hang up my A-League boots," he said.

"I thank the club, my family, members and fans for their ongoing support during my career.

"Without them, I would not have been able to achieve the things I have achieved."

It has been a crazy journey at the Wanderers and there is no other club I would rather be at to hang up my A-League boots.

Mark Bridge

Wanderers chairman Paul Lederer said Bridge had been a wonderful leader, and his contribution and many accolades would not be forgotten.

"This is a player that has been a part of every success we have achieved at this club and we thank him for his contribution to the foundation years of this club," he said.

The Wanderers will take on Melbourne Victory on Saturday, April 27 at 7.50pm at ANZ Stadium.

The match marks Western Sydney's final game of the 2018-19 Hyundai A-League season.