The first ever memberships for Western United Football Club (WUFC) are now open, which will give the Club’s new fans a variety of packages to choose from in the inaugural season of the Club.
The announcement today is a reminder that there is just one chance for fans to say ‘I was there from the beginning.’ WUFC’s Premium Reserved and General Memberships will give the Club’s new supporter base access to either assigned or general admission seating to all home matches at both GMHBA Stadium in Geelong as well as MARS Stadium in Ballarat.
Along with the option for priority booking for the 2019/20 Hyundai A-League final series, WUFC is also giving new members the opportunity to become a Wyndham Stadium Foundation Member with a one-off additional payment of just $95 per member.
This is an exclusive chance for new members to secure their reserved seat at Australia’s first purpose-built football stadium due to be completed for the 2021/22 Hyundai A-League season. This limited release is limited to only 5,000 memberships.
But for our inaugural season, the real winners from today’s membership announcement will be WUFC’s new fans in both Geelong and wider western suburbs of Melbourne and rural areas, where never before has football been so accessible within the region of which thousands of families take to football pitches every weekend.
WUFC’s new ‘Geelong 9’ and ‘Ballarat 4’ memberships are an accessible and affordable offering for the Club’s strong regional supporter base.
WUFC is committed to being a passionate, competitive and family friendly team in their first season and beyond, according to Club CEO, Maurice Bisetto. “We’ve designed our new membership packages to be flexible and affordable to cater for the diverse demographic of our fan base. Whether you’re a family in Ballarat or a passionate group of friends from Werribee, there’s something for you today.
“We’re most excited about the future of this Club, which is why we’ve also opened up 5000 Foundation Member seats at our future home in Tarneit. This opportunity to be one of the first members with a reserved seat at our new stadium is a chance for our new fans to be part of history,” Bisetto said.