Travel tips for our regional westies heading to the Double Header this Saturday 

Wherever you are this weekend, all roads lead to the Regional Football Facility.

This is a Saturday not to be missed with our first Double Header in Tarneit. The party gets started at 2pm with activities and freebies for the kids in the fan zone, food trucks serving up tasty delights and the Western Bar and Beer Garden ready for pre-match banter and beers.

A-League Men to kick-off the football action

The boys are up first commencing at 3.30PM and they are hunting a huge upset when they take on top-of-the-table Central Coast Mariners. Both teams have only lost one game in their last five outings, so the stage is set for a sensational battle. Be there live to cheer on our young western boys to a win, get your tickets for the match here.

The young western boys are ready for another win in Tarneit

It’s finals time for our girls in green

Our history making A-League Women team will take on Newcastle Jets in our first ever home final. This is also the first back-to-back finals campaign for our Club, a huge effort by our girls in just the first two seasons of competition.

The girls have enjoyed another outstanding campaign to date, and everyone in the Western United family needs to get behind the team to get them across the line in the Elimination Final. 

Kick-off for the Elimination Final is at 6.30PM. Be there live to cheer our girls on to a semi-final birth, get your tickets for the match here.

Alana Cerne is ready for Saturday’s elimination final against the Newcastle Jets

Catch the V-Line to the Match

We will have a shuttle running to-and-from Tarneit Station for people travelling from regional hubs of Geelong and Ballarat – and beyond.

For Geelong fans, please note there are coaches replacing trains on V-Line services due to improvement works. Please plan your journey, see timetable here.

Shuttles will leave Tarneit Station from 1:30pm and loop back-and-forth to the game, approximately every twenty minutes, based on patronage. The pick-up zone is located on the north side of the railway station (not on the Bunnings side) look out for the signs showing the location. The journey takes about 10 minutes and you will be dropped right at Gate 1. 

Going home, shuttles will leave after the match from just outside Gate 1. 

For Ballarat fans, we suggest taking a Ballarat V-Line service and interchanging at Deer Park to the Geelong V-Line service, disembarking the train at Tarneit Station and then using the shuttle service. Please not there are coaches replacing trains on the Geelong line, please plan your journey, see timetable here.

All times are subject to change and there’s other schedule services to choose from on both the Ballarat and Geelong lines, plus services from other regional towns in Victoria. We advise to plan your journey here https://www.vline.com.au

Parking at the Match

There’s ample parking at the match. Parking can be pre-booked at Ticketek here or pay on the day. Member parking is $10 and general public parking is $20. Arrive early to avoid any queues and relax with lunch in the forecourt or a beverage in the Western Bar.

Parking at the Train Station and using Shuttle

Our free shuttle service will take fans to-and-from the game from both Werribee and Tarneit stations. Park in Werribee and join the Western Service Crew at The Park Hotel from midday or grab a pre-match coffee down Watton Street. Shuttles will loop from 1.30pm until the end of the second match. The shuttle service drops fans directly at Gate 1, which is also the pick-up point for the return trip.


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Drop-off Zone at the Match

We can’t imagine anyone wouldn’t want to stay for the fun, but in the rare circumstance this happens we do have a drop-off zone near Gate 1. This is also used for taxis and ride-share.