Western United is calling on all the football families of the West to come together as WUN for football and win for their community club with the Unite and WIN promotion in Ballarat.
Western United returns to Ballarat for its A-League Men season opener and two further games at Mars Stadium and wants the football community in the west to get involved.
The Unite and WIN promotion, presented by Teqball Australia, challenges community clubs from the west to gather their players, friends and families and attend the three matches to be in the running to win some fantastic prizes, including the major prize of a Teqball table valued at $3,000.
It’s simple to win.
On arrival at each match, fans simply place an entry into the Unite and WIN chest nominating their community club. The club with the most entries at the end of the third match, will win the major prize.
As a bonus, each match one lucky fan will win a signed home jersey, with the winner announced during the half-time break. There will also be giveaways and player appearances at the Unite and WIN activation for some extra fun for the kids before each match.
The best part is that all kids 16 and under will get free entry to all matches with United extending the Liberty A-League Women Pass to these first three home matches for the men’s team at Mars Stadium.
Ballarat has become a vital part of the Western United family and the boys will be looking to bank points at Mars Stadium this season, with the following three big games:
- Western United v Newcastle Jets Saturday 11 November, KO 3.30PM
- Western United v Adelaide United Sunday 26 November, KO 5PM
- Western United v Wellington Phoenix Saturday 2 December KO 5.30PM
Everything you need to know about getting to the three matches including tickets, Western United Memberships and the Liberty Pass can be found here.
Western United welcomed Teqball Australia as a support partner for the 23/24 A-Leagues season. Teqball is officially “The World’s Fastest Growing Sport”, played in more than 100 Countries and with 5000+ athletes globally since its inception in 2012 and has now arrived on our shores and being promoted by the Australian Teqball Federation. More information on Teqball can be found here.