Western United is urging its members and fans to secure tickets as early as possible for the Round 1 match against Melbourne Victory on Saturday November 20 to avoid missing out.
GMHBA Stadium in Geelong will play host to the clash, with 50% of the stadium available to be filled with the ongoing impact of COVID-19 meaning early fixtures are expected to take place with crowd limits in the stadia.
The 50% capacity means that around 12,900 people will be able to attend Isuzu UTE A-League Men opener, and tickets are selling fast.
With density limits in place, membership is the best way to secure seat at every Western United home match, with priority given to paid members in terms of seating, with any extra seats then going out to the public.
Memberships are available from three-game packages to full season options, with the Geelong 3 membership an especially effective category early on in the season. United is set to play two more games at GMHBA stadium before the end of the year.
GMHBA Stadium has happy memories for United, with the Club’s first ever home match being played there in October 2019, also against Perth.
United is currently on an unbeaten run of six games and counting in Geelong, with four wins in that time including last weekend’s 2-1 win over Newcastle Jets in the FFA Cup Play Off against Newcastle Jets.
Matchday tickets are on sale, and all kids under 12 will go free to this and all Western United home matches for the upcoming campaign.
The game is the ideal family night out, with live sport returning to Geelong to kick off the summer. As well as child tickets for free, all family ticket packages are selling for the price of two adult tickets only.
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.
Click here to book your ticket and join the Green and Black in battle for Round 1.