Western United Show Your Colours back for Adelaide United clash

Western United fans

Western United’s Show Your Football Colours promotion returns for the Green and Black’s next home match against Adelaide United at AAMI Park on Sunday November 6.

Fans under 18 years of age can wear their club, school or academy colours – or the Green and Black of Western United – to the match for a chance to win.

REGISTER NOW for Western United’s Show Your Football Colours promotion

The winner will be awarded a cash prize of $1,500 awarded to the winner’s nominated club, school or academy, while the individual winner will also receive a signed Western United jersey to add to their personal collection of United memorabilia.

One lucky runner-up will win their club or academy team or their school class a special Western United experience at the NEC Hangar, where the group will be invited to watch the team train before meeting the players and coaches.

All entrants into the competition must be under 18 years of age and need to fill out the online registration form prior to attending the match.

Entrants must then ensure they are in the stands for the match against Adelaide United and are wearing their club, school, academy or Western United kits, with the winner set to be chosen at random during the half-time interval. Full terms and conditions apply.

The Show Your Colours campaign returns after its success in the 2021/22 season, inviting United’s young fans to represent their communities with pride.

Prizes were awarded in games at AAMI Park and at Mars Stadium last season, while the Club also ran the campaign in Tasmania with the football community in Launceston experiencing the excitement of Isuzu UTE A-League Men football.

Tickets are on sale now for the match, with this looming as Western United’s final home match before the 2022 FIFA World Cup break through November and December.

Secure your tickets now and get ready to show your colours with pride in the stands as Western United celebrates the clubs, schools and academies of the West.