Western United set for three huge pre-World Cup home games

Western United fans

Western United’s first home match of the season against Sydney FC is just around the corner and begins an exciting period before the 2022 FIFA World Cup break.

Green and Black fans will be able to watch three home matches at AAMI Park before the month-long interval, making it the perfect opportunity to join the family with a 3-game membership.

Join the Champions today with a 3-game membership

For just $15 for kids and $37 for adults, Western United fans can get to the three home matches and enjoy the benefits of being a member, including merchandise credit and discounts, special member items and access to exclusive member events.

With United offering the cheapest matchday experience with $20 adult tickets in the General Admission area behind the goal, the 3-game membership package offers even greater value and is the perfect way to get a taste of the Green and Black.

Western United vs Sydney FC – Sunday October 16, 5:00pm

The Sky Blues will arrive at AAMI Park on Sunday for a huge clash between two teams hoping to challenge at the top of the table.

Last time Steve Corica’s side faced United at AAMI Park, a brilliant Steven Lustica goal secured Western United’s first ever win against Sydney FC and continued what would become a Club-record nine-game unbeaten run.

The two sides split the season series last season with a win each and a draw across the three matches, and this campaign is set to be equally competitive.

Sydney’s new stars Joe Lolley and Robert Mak will be out to dethrone Western United’s Champions, but John Aloisi’s men will be ready in search of a first win of the new season.

Western United vs Macarthur FC – Friday October 21, 7:45pm

It will be a quick turnaround between home matches for Aloisi’s charges against a second New South Wales opponent with Macarthur FC coming to take on the Green and Black.

It will be something of a reunion at AAMI Park with as many as five former Western United players set to represent Macarthur, including A-League Men Champion Jerry Skotadis and goalkeeper Filip Kurto.

The fixture will also see the two most recent Australian domestic title winners go head to head, with Macarthur as Australia Cup Champions looking to assert themselves against the winners of the A-League Men Grand Final in May.

Western United and Macarthur played out two extremely tight games last season with a draw and a 2-0 United win, and Aloisi and the players will be hoping for another positive result in the early part of this season.

Western United vs Adelaide United – Sunday November 6, 5:00pm

Adelaide United are coming off a typically consistent and productive season last term, one in which they pushed Melbourne City all the way to extra-time in the semi-final, and will provide Western United with a stern test in its final home match before the World Cup.

With star Australians Craig Goodwin and Ben Halloran at his disposal, Carl Veart boasts one of the league’s strongest outfits and will hope to take points off the Champions heading into the break.

The head-to-head record between the two teams is perfectly balance, with two wins each and two draws in the six meetings to date.

Western United will be hoping to take control of the battle between the two clubs and pick up some important points on home soil, before a trip to Wellington Phoenix precedes the 27-day break.

Become a part of the Green and Black family today and secure your 3-game membership for the beginning of the season. Join the Champions of Australia now.