Western United is set to play in its first ever A-League Men Grand Final, taking on Melbourne City at AAMI Park on Saturday night.
The Green and Black has come to the end of thrilling season of football, with one more hurdle to overcome in the quest for greatness.
Be there to witness history
Western United has never reached the A-League Men Grand final until now and is gunning to make history when it takes to the pitch on Saturday night.
In just its third season, United has defied all expectations to still be alive on the final day of the season, and John Aloisi and his players will do all they can to make it a memorable night for the West.
This is also already an historic occasion for football in Australia with this being the first ever all-Victorian A-League Men Grand Final, and the first in Australian national competition since 1998.
Tickets are on sale and moving fast. Secure yours now so you can say ‘I was there’ when history is made at AAMI Park.
Green and Black takeover at the North End
Western United fans will take over the North End of AAMI Park for the game with the Green and Black support set to take its place in Bays 37-39.
The support in the away end as Western United came from behind to beat Melbourne Victory was immense, and the fans are set to increase the volume even more to help drive the team over the line in this biggest of all games.
The Club is imploring all of its supporters to deck themselves out in Green and Black and fill the active area behind the goal, where the Western Service Crew will be leading with drums and chants across the entire night.
Get your friends and family together and bring them behind the goal to create an atmosphere the players can feed off and one befitting of the occasion.
Exclusive Limited Edition Grand Final Tees
To celebrate the occasion and get Western United fans in the Grand Final spirit, there will be commemorative Grand Final t-shirts available on matchday.
The Exclusive Limited Edition Grand Final Tee will be on sale for $25 at both the pre-game merchandise marquee at Gosch’s Paddock and at the Western United merchandise stand at Gate 7.
The white t-shirts feature a bold Grand Final message across the front and are available in kids sizes 8-14 and adults sizes S-3XL.
Geelong and Ballarat shuttle buses
Spots on the Geelong and Ballarat shuttle buses have been booked out as United’s loyal fans from the regions prepare to make their way across to AAMI Park.
The Geelong service will leave from Gate 13 at GMHBA Stadium at 5:15pm sharp while the Ballarat bus will depart at 5pm sharp from Ballarat Station.
Fans utilising the service are urged to arrive at least 15 minutes before the departure time to ensure they are seated on the coach well in advance and ready to go.
The return trip will depart from the drop off point, with the departure time to be confirmed via email on the night pending the result of the match.
All passengers must wear a fitted facemask for the duration of both journeys and must provide proof of double vaccinated status against COVID-19, or of a valid medical exemption.