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Tickets on sale for Western United’s A-Leagues tour in Hobart

Western United Tasmania

Tickets for the first leg of Western United’s A-Leagues football tour in Tasmania are now on sale as the Green and Black returns for a third trip across the Bass Strait.

This time around, John Aloisi’s Isuzu UTE A-League Men side will be bringing co-stars along with them in the form of United’s Liberty A-League Women outfit, led by Mark Torcaso.

Secure your tickets for Western United’s Tasmania tour

The women will take centre stage against Brisbane Roar at 2:20pm at North Hobart Oval on Saturday January 21 before an encore performance as United takes on Sydney FC in an Isuzu UTE A-League battle at 5:00pm.

Tickets are available now via Ticketek, with a spot in the active fan mosh pit in general admission just $20 for adults, and kids can rock on for free with a paying adult as well.

The Liberty Pass will also be in effect, which allows any child 16 or under who is a registered football participant in the community to attend every Liberty A-League Women match for free.

With this being a double header event, the Liberty Pass will also be a backstage pass to the Isuzu UTE A-League Men fixture allowing fans to stay in the ground for the match.

United’s biggest rockstars will take to the pitch in Alessandro Diamanti, Aleksandar Prijovic, Hannah Keane, Sydney Cummings and co as well as up and coming stars with the likes of Nicolas Milanovic and Alana Cerne.

The whole Western United band will come together to perform in unison on and off the pitch as the players provide the moves on the pitch and the fans supply the percussion in the stands.

Western United’s players will be on hand to engage with crowds and mix with all of the young football fans clamouring to get a piece of their favourite heroes throughout the weekend.

The second leg of United’s football tour in Tasmania will see the Green and Black return to Launceston in February, and tickets for that show will go on sale shortly.

Be part of the best show in town as Western United brings competitive men’s and women’s A-Leagues action to Hobart for the first time with a huge line up of football and more fun activities in store.