Carney will enter his fifth season with the Sky Blues.

The well-travelled winger played seasons one and two at Allianz before returning midway through season 11 and winning his second A-League Championship last month.

“I’m extremely excited to be re-signing and look forward to retaining our titles next season,” the 33-year-old said.

“We had an excellent season last year but we all believe we can get better and improve.

“Our first aim will be to win the FFA Cup and ensure we hold all three Australian domestic trophies.”

Alongside club captain Alex Brosque, Rhyan Grant and Sebastian Ryall, Carney will also embark on his third AFC Champions League campaign with the club.

“Winning the AFC Champions League is another huge ambition for myself and for Sydney FC,” he continued.

“I think with the squad improving and becoming even more adept at playing alongside each other, we can have a real go at winning it this time.”

Coach Graham Arnold said he was delighted to retain the services of another member of his double title winning squad. 

Substitute David Carney made a big impact off the bench in Sydney FC's grand final win over Melbourne Victory.

“David Carney was magnificent in helping us lift both trophies last season and will again be hugely important for us in defending those titles,” Arnold said.

“He changed the game in the Grand Final and in a number of other games during the course of the campaign, and his flexibility will again be key as we compete in the ACL next year.

“The challenge for Carns, like all of our squad, is to improve on this season and get better, but it’s one I’m sure they will grasp with both hands.”

The Sky Blues will return to training in early July, ahead of the club’s huge clash with Arsenal FC on Thursday 13 July.

Sydney FC’s Hyundai A-League Season 2017/18 Playing Squad:

1 – Andrew REDMAYNE


5 – Jordy BUIJS


7 – Michael ZULLO


9 – BOBÔ

10 – Milos NINKOVIC

12 – Aaron CALVER

13 – Brandon O’NEILL

14 – Alex BROSQUE

17 – David CARNEY

18 – Matt SIMON

20 – Danny VUKOVIC

22 – Seb RYALL

23 – Rhyan GRANT

24 – Charles LOKOLINGOY