Key info ahead of Western United v Sydney FC


Geelong is the place to be for Western United’s next match against Sydney FC this Sunday. 

Here is your key match-day info to make the day as smooth as possible.


If you’re travelling from Melbourne, catching a V-Line train is an efficient way of getting to the game.

Before the match:

Fans can catch the following services from Southern Cross Station:

  • 1:50pm
  • 2:30 pm

The journey to South Geelong Station is approximately 64 minutes.

After the match:

To get home fans can catch the following services from South Geelong Station:

  • 6:06 pm
  • 6:46 pm
  • 7:26 pm
  • 7:55pm

The walk between GMHBA Stadium and South Geelong Station is five minutes.

If you’re planning on travelling via V/Line only CLICK HERE.

If you’re planning on also using a Metropolitan train, bus or tram CLICK HERE.

GMHBA Stadium


Public parking inside the stadium is available for $10 and is located at car parks A4, A5, and C7. Parking opens at 2:00pm.

Car parking can be accessed from:

  • Entrance A: via Kilgour Street
  • Entrance C: via Park Crescent
  • Entrance E: via The City end of Moorabool Street (accessible parking only) All corporate guests parking in A3 will be required to enter via Entrance B – Latrobe Terrace.

Parking around GMHBA Stadium is limited. Please note council restrictions are enforced on surrounding streets.


You can become a Western United member at the membership marquee outside Gate 1.  Any membership enquires that need answering, staff will be there to help. 

You can also become a member at the Gate 13 membership window.


You can get your green and black merchandise from three locations:

  • Merchandise Store – Players Stand/Ground Level

  • Merchandise Store – Reg Hickey Stand/ Level 1

  • Merchandise Trailer – Gate 13 Concourse

General Admission seating

General Admission now includes the upper level of the Reg Hickey Stand and is sheltered undercover.


Activations will be located inside Gate 5 of GMHBA Stadium from 3:00pm.

Kids can have a kick with the Western United inflatables, get their face painted and take part in other activities.

Sensory room

The Sensory Zone will be open for every match of the A-League season is located inside the Deakin Cats Community Centre (Gate 8) and Sensory Backpacks are available from three locations around

  • Welcome desk at Brownlow Stand
  • First Aid Room in the Ford Stand
  • Deakin Cats Community Centre in the Players Stand

For more information, click here.


FAQ’s for the match can be found here.


Western United’s next home game is this Sunday, December 1 against Sydney FC at GMHBA Stadium. Kick-off is at 4.00 pm.

CLICK HERE to buy tickets.

CLICK HERE to become a Western United member.

WUFC v Sydney