Western United will make its long-awaited FFA Cup debut on Saturday November 13 when it faces Newcastle Jets in a play-off match at GMHBA Stadium.
If John Aloisi’s side are successful against Newcastle, a meeting with Wellington Phoenix will await in the Round of 32 of the competition.
After positive discussions with the Kardinia Park Stadium Trust and the Victorian Government, the Club is delighted to be able to welcome fans into the arena for this clash, as well as the Isuzu UTE A-League Men season opener against Melbourne Victory a week later.
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All Western United members will be eligible to attend the FFA Cup fixture for free as part of a special addition for club membership.
This will be the first opportunity for fans to watch the Green and Black since May, with big hopes for a strong campaign to come.
It will also mark the first competitive match that the side has played in Geelong since the beginning of the year.
All seating will be general admission ticketing situated in the Reg Hickey Lower Stand, though the upper stand can be opened if required.
As well as complimentary admission for members, all adult tickets will cost just $10. In keeping with the Club’s ‘kids go free’ initiative for the season, all tickets for children aged under 12 will be free of charge, while family tickets will incur the cost of two adult tickets only, coming to $20.
Western United continues to write its own history, and fans can be part of this history by attending the Club’s first ever FFA Cup match.
Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 is required to enter the arena, and each ticketholder must remain within their designated zone for the entirety of the match. Buy tickets here.