ALM Match Day Guide: Western United vs Adelaide United

Neil Kilkenny Western United

Western United will play its final home match before the FIFA World Cup break when Adelaide United visits AAMI Park on Sunday.

Set for a fine spring afternoon, there will plenty of pre-match activities and things happening to get excited about watching the Green and Black.

Match Details

Western United vs Adelaide United

Sunday, 6 November

Kick-off: 5:00pm

Gates open: 4:00pm

Gosch’s Paddock Fan Village: 3:30pm

AAMI Park, Melbourne.

Broadcast: The match will be broadcast live on Paramount+

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Social media: Follow Western United on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and join the conversation by using the hashtags #WUNvsMAC



Final home game for over a month

This will be the last time Western United fans have the chance to watch the Green and Black on home soil before the Isuzu UTE A-League Men takes a month-long break for the FIFA World Cup.

Make sure you don’t miss out on watching John Aloisi’s men take the pitch before the 42-day wait for the next home fixture against Western Sydney Wanderers.

Gather up your Green and Black friends and get behind the goal to bring the noise and spur the players on to victory.

Gosch’s Paddock Fan Village

The Western United Fan Village on Gosch’s Paddock returns for this beautiful Sunday afternoon with a host of fun activities for the whole family.

Fans can put their skills to the test with WUFC inflatable football and get themselves ready for the match with the latest Western United merchandise and some Green and Black face paint.

There will also be special visits from Tongo Doumbia and Tomoki Imai as well as the entire Liberty A-League Women squad, so fans can get up close and personal with their Green and Black heroes, grab some autographs and pose for a photo.

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Show Your Colours promotion returns

The Western United Show Your Colours promotion is also back in action this weekend, with one lucky winner set to take home some fantastic prizes.

United fans under the age of 18 can fill out the online registration form and attend the match wearing their club, school, academy or Western United kits to be in the running to win a signed Western United jersey and $1,500 for their nominated club, school or academy.

One lucky runner-up will win a special Western United experience at the NEC Hangar for their school class or club or academy team.

Entrants must fill out the online form and must attend the match wearing their colours, with the winner to be chosen at random at half-time.

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Get the chance to meet Ange Postecoglou

Western United fans that attend the match can go in the running to win a once in a lifetime experience with Australian football hero Ange Postecoglou.

A personal meet and greet, professional photograph and Q&A opportunity are up for grabs with a VIP double pass to ‘An Evening with Ange Postecoglou’ at Margaret Court Arena on Wednesday November 3.

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$20 General Admission tickets behind the goal

Western United prides itself on providing the most affordable matchday experience in the A-Leagues and will give everyone an opportunity to come and watch the A-League Men Champions.

General Admission tickets are available behind the goal for just $20 for adults, bringing the entire Green and Black family together in the bays behind the goal.

United continues to foster an inclusive and passionate fan experience and encourages all fans to come together with the most affordable tickets behind the goals to bring the noise and spur on the players on the pitch.

Active Support

The Western Service Crew will be back in full voice to show their support for the team, taking up a spot back behind the goals at AAMI Park.

Get yourself behind the goal, bring all your mates and sing your hearts out all night to push the players on the pitch for the whole 90 minutes.

The Actives will have drums, flags and the megaphone in action from the stands. Join the Crew and let your voice be heard on match day.


Tickets to the match on Sunday can be pre-purchased here.

There will be ticket sales on matchday at the ticket office, but fans are encouraged to pre-book tickets in order to avoid queuing at the ground.

All ticketholders are encouraged to arrive at the match early for ease of admission through security checks. Patrons can only enter through the gate stated on their ticket.

Member redemption

All members are advised that membership cards do not give access to the venue. All members must redeem their tickets prior to the match in order to be admitted into the venue.

Memberships are the best way to support the Club and come together as a Western United family. Become a member and join the Champions today.

Members unsure how to redeem their tickets can watch the tutorial video here.


The match will be broadcast live and exclusive on Paramount+, the home of Australian football.

Members who renew or purchase into a full-season or seven-game* membership in the 2021/22 season will have a 12-month subscription to Paramount + included as a member benefit.

This represents an additional $89.99 in value provided at no extra cost.

Sign up here.

*Paramount+ subscription only available for Adult and Family seven-game memberships.


The Western United merchandise tent will be set up at the Gosch’s Paddock Fan Village from 3:30pm.

After that, all the latest Western United gear will be available at the merchandise outlet located inside Gate 2.

The brand-new 2022/23 Kappa home and alternate kits will be on sale, while all Champions merchandise is 25% off.

Members are encouraged to bring their merchandise vouchers and to stock up on Green and Black supporter wear to paint the stands in United colours to spur the team on.


There will be access to parking near AAMI Park and surrounding areas in Richmond and Southbank, but spots will be limited.

Fans can pre-book a spot in the Eastern Plaza (Entrance D) carpark across from AAMI Park at a discounted price.

Click here for more parking options near the venue.

Public Transport

AAMI Park is easily accessible by public transport with the neighbouring Richmond Station, and Flinders Street Station also just a short walk away.

Fans travelling from Werribee Station can catch a 3:05pm train to arrive at Richmond Station an hour before kick-off and head into the ground via the Fan Village. Later routes on the Werribee Line run at 3:25pm and 3:45pm, arriving at Richmond at 4:21pm and 4:41pm respectively.

From Geelong Station, the V-Line train will depart at 2:52pm for a 4:15pm arrival at Richmond Station, while the same service will go past Tarneit Station at 3:28pm.

Plan your journey from Metro Melbourne here.

If you’re coming from Regional Victoria, plan your journey here.

Bag Restrictions

Any item or bag that is too large to fit under a seat must not be brought into the stadium and a limit of one bag per person applies.


Pass-outs are not available at AAMI Park. Patrons will not be permitted re-entry to the venue if they leave before the end of the match.