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Tickets on sale for Australia Cup Round of 32 blockbuster

Western United Australia Cup

Tickets are now on sale ahead of Western United’s huge Australia Cup Round of 32 clash against Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park.

The match is set for Wednesday August 3, with kick-off at 7:30pm as the reigning Isuzu UTE A-League Men Champions meet the reigning Cup winners.

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All tickets will be in general admission seating areas, meaning fans can purchase into an area of the stadium and find their own seat once they enter the ground.

Western United fans are encouraged to sit in Bay 17 behind the goal at the south end of the stadium to join in the active support and sit together with the entire Green and Black family.

Current 2022/23 Western United members can gain admission to the game for free by entering their member code into the Ticketek page.

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Kids aged 14 and under also have access to free tickets when accompanied by a paying adult, where one adult can bring a maximum of four children free of charge. Tickets for children under 14 on their own are $5.  

Concession and adult tickets are available for $15 each, while family tickets including two children and two adults are available for $30.

The Green and Black army will return to AAMI Park for the first time since the A-League Men Grand Final on May 28, where John Aloisi’s side scored a memorable 2-0 win to claim its first piece of silverware.

This fixture is also a rematch of the stunning semi-final tie between United and Victory, where the Green and Black came back from a 1-0 first leg deficit to defeat its cross-town rival 4-2 across the 180 minutes.

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The playing squad and coaches have been back in pre-season training since the beginning of July and will be ready for the first competitive fixture of the 2022/23 season.

United debuted in the competition last season – named the FFA Cup at the time – but was knocked out at this stage by Wellington Phoenix.

Aloisi and his players will be looking to go one better and advance to the last 16, with another piece of silverware on the line for the Club.