Western United take on Newcastle Jets on Monday night for a spot in the top six.
Familiarise yourself with all the key info so that you have a smooth match day experience at AAMI Park.
Western United vs Newcastle Jets
Monday, 26 April
AAMI Park, Melbourne
Broadcast: The match will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 505, Kayo and the MyFootball Live app.
Click here to sign up for Kayo.
Tickets for the match must be pre-purchased here.
Ticket Windows at Entrance F on the front forecourt will be available for customer service information only. Open from 5:30pm.
Ticket holders must arrive during their allocated time and enter via entry gate shown on their tickets.
Please note that your membership card does not give access to the venue, and members must redeem their tickets for every match.
Members unsure how to redeem their tickets can watch the tutorial video here.
Standing, chanting and club-approved flags and instruments are permitted for the entirety of the match, however, we kindly ask you remain in front of your allocated seat.
If you are an active member that has already redeemed a ticket for Friday there’s no need to worry, they will be cancelled and new tickets for your spot in the active area will be re-issued.
Banners, flags, and instruments larger than 1.6m in size are prohibited items under our Conditions of Entry and are not permitted into AAMI Park, unless provided or pre-approved by the home club, in consultation with stadium management.
Head to the Entrance F window for all your membership enquiries.
Get the latest Western United gear at the merchandise outlet on the front forecourt (Olympic Boulevard side) between 5:30pm and 7:00pm.
A limited stock of new coaches jackets will be available. Plus, pick up your free clappers!
Kick to Win
One lucky member will have the chance to win $1061 at half-time.
Click here for more info on Kick to Win.
The Eastern Car Park – (Entrance D) across the road from AAMI Park is available for fans to park if they pre-book.
Bookings close at midnight the night before the event. You will not be able to drive up without a booking.
Click here to book.
Public transport is available to get you to AAMI Park.
Plan your journey in metro Melbourne here.
If you’re coming from regional Victoria, plan your journey here.
Masks must be always carried and are recommended to be worn where you cannot keep 1.5 meters apart from others.
Social distancing is required throughout the stadium.
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.
There are no pass outs – patrons will not be able to exit the turnstiles & re-enter.