Western United to play finals in front of fans for first time

Western United

Western United will play a home final in Melbourne with Green and Black fans in the stands for the first time this weekend.

United will face Wellington Phoenix in the Elimination Final at AAMI Park on Saturday May 14, with kick-off set for 7:45pm AEST.

A place in the two-legged semi-final tie would beckon for the winner, where Melbourne Victory would be waiting to fight for a spot in the Isuzu UTE A-League Men Grand Final.

Western United achieved a record-breaking home and away season in 2021/22, defying doubters and dreaming big on and off the pitch to reach its highest ever finish on the ladder.

The third-place finish was gained on the back of club record totals in points and wins across the campaign, with thanks to some big performances from a number of United’s star players.

The Club has gone from third from the bottom to third from the top in the A-League Men in under 12 months, indicating the immense growth the Club has made on and off the pitch.

Head Coach John Aloisi has revamped the team on the pitch in his first year at the Club alongside assistant Hayden Foxe and a playing group full of international and Australian stars.

But above all else, none of the Club’s success this season would have been possible without the constant support from the loyal Green and Black family.

The fans have followed United to four venues in Victoria and all around the country, unwavering and passionate in their support of the team along this special journey.

Now, Western United is overjoyed to share in the glory of Finals football with its supporters for the first time.

Western United is continuing to seek to make history, and the Club’s fans have been and will remain a big part of that.

Tickets for Saturday’s game are now on sale for Western United members, and general public tickets will become available from 11am on Thursday.

Every single match in the A-League Men Finals Series will be broadcast live on free to air TV, with United’s clash against Wellington earmarked for a primetime slot on Channel 10.

Grab your family and friends, come in full voice and show your support for the Green and Black – because in finals, we Go Harder.  

Ticket Prices

Members Presale

Ticket TypeAdultConcessionChild Family
Category A: Platinum $50$40$25$125
Category B: Premium $35$28$18$88
Category C: WUN Active Support$25$20$13$63
Away Support$25$20$13$63
General Admission/Dry$25$20$13$63

General Public Presale

Ticket TypeAdultConcessionChild Family
Category A: Platinum $55$44$28$138
Category B: Premium $39$30$20$97
Category C: WUN Active Support$28$22
Away Support$28$22$14$69
General Admission/Dry$28$22$14$69

Please note all ticket prices have been set by Australian Professional Leagues (APL).