Western United to celebrate inaugural Finals Luncheon at The Glasshouse

Western United Finals

Western United is set to celebrate its inaugural Isuzu UTE A-League Men Finals Luncheon at The Glasshouse on Thursday May 12, proudly sponsored by Tasman Logistics.

The ticketed event will celebrate the best regular season in Western United’s short history and look ahead to a finals campaign filled with promise and potential.

Tickets on sale now for Tasman Logistics Western United Finals Luncheon

Drinks will be served from 12pm on the day with formalities commencing at 12:30pm and concluding at 3pm, with The Glasshouse the perfect location to overlook Melbourne’s sporting precinct ahead of the post-season action at AAMI Park.

Included in the ticket for the event will be a two-course meal and entertainment, as well as the opportunity to hear from an esteemed football panel hosted by Australian football broadcast icon Simon Hill.

Western United has defied expectations in the 2021/22 season, riding some incredible form to be well-placed to compete for silverware in the finals.

The race for the Premiers Plate is also continuing into the final matches of the regular season, with United controlling its own destiny in the fight for its first piece of silverware.

John Aloisi has revolutionised the side on the pitch this season, leading it to club records in wins and points gained in a single season.

International stars Leo Lacroix, Aleksandar Prijovic and Rene Krhin have had a huge part to play across the campaign, but an Australian core including Ben Garuccio, Josh Risdon and Lachie Wales has also been crucial in United’s success.

The Green and Black will compete in its second A-League Men finals series in just three years since its inception, with a memorable appearance in the post-season coming in season one which saw United defeat Brisbane Roar on the way to reaching the semi-finals.

Members and fans are welcome to the event and can purchase tickets to be a part of the special event, supporting Western United as it chases history in the finals. 

Tickets are on sale for $200, or $1,800 for a table of 10 people, and can be booked here.