Western United Fan Village returns to Gosch’s Paddock on Sunday

Western United Fans with tall men performers

Western United’s Fan Village at Gosch’s Paddock will return for a fine Spring afternoon of family activities on Sunday.

Ahead of United’s home match against Adelaide United at AAMI Park, kids and families can head to the neighbouring Gosch’s Paddock from 3:30pm to gear up for the match.

Being the last home match before the FIFA World Cup break, this will be the final opportunity to watch John Aloisi’s men up close for 42 days.

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The WUFC inflatables will be on site, allowing kids to aim for bullseye on the giant dartboard and get competitive within the confines of the inflatable football pitch.

There will be special visits from Tongo Doumbia and Tomoki Imai as well as the Liberty A-League Women squad, giving kids the opportunity to meet United favourites and get some pictures and autographs.

A DJ will be setting the atmosphere with some tunes ringing out through the park and the WUFC stilt walkers will also be roaming around to engage with fans.

The Green and Black army can get ready for the match with face painting and Western United merchandise, so fans can deck themselves out in the latest gear and ensure they are filling the stands with Western United colours.

All of that will set the tone for what is set to be a huge Isuzu UTE A-League Men clash as United renews hostilities with Adelaide.

The head-to-head battle is evenly split between the two sides so far, with a pair of wins each and two draws through the six meetings to date.

There have been goals aplenty, controversy and nail-biting moments across those six matches, and this Sunday is set to be another addition to the catalogue of tight contests between the two.

Get down to Gosch’s Paddock early on Sunday for a family-friendly afternoon under the Spring sunshine before heading into AAMI Park to watch the Green and Black take on Adelaide.