Key info ahead of Western United v Sydney FC

Geelong is the place to be for Western United’s next match against Sydney FC this Sunday. 

Here is your key match-day info to make the day as smooth as possible.

Transport

If you’re travelling from Melbourne, catching a V-Line train is an efficient way of getting to the game.

Before the match:

Fans can catch the following services from Southern Cross Station:

  • 1:50pm
  • 2:30 pm

The journey to South Geelong Station is approximately 64 minutes.

After the match:

To get home fans can catch the following services from South Geelong Station:

  • 6:06 pm
  • 6:46 pm
  • 7:26 pm
  • 7:55pm

The walk between GMHBA Stadium and South Geelong Station is five minutes.

If you're planning on travelling via V/Line only CLICK HERE.

If you're planning on also using a Metropolitan train, bus or tram CLICK HERE.

GMHBA Stadium

Parking

Public parking inside the stadium is available for $10 and is located at car parks A4, A5, and C7. Parking opens at 2:00pm.

Car parking can be accessed from:

  • Entrance A: via Kilgour Street
  • Entrance C: via Park Crescent
  • Entrance E: via The City end of Moorabool Street (accessible parking only) All corporate guests parking in A3 will be required to enter via Entrance B – Latrobe Terrace.

Parking around GMHBA Stadium is limited. Please note council restrictions are enforced on surrounding streets.

Membership

You can become a Western United member at the membership marquee outside Gate 1.  Any membership enquires that need answering, staff will be there to help. 

You can also become a member at the Gate 13 membership window.

Merchandise

You can get your green and black merchandise from three locations:

  • Merchandise Store – Players Stand/Ground Level

  • Merchandise Store – Reg Hickey Stand/ Level 1

  • Merchandise Trailer – Gate 13 Concourse

General Admission seating

General Admission now includes the upper level of the Reg Hickey Stand and is sheltered undercover.

Activations

Activations will be located inside Gate 5 of GMHBA Stadium from 3:00pm.

Kids can have a kick with the Western United inflatables, get their face painted and take part in other activities.

Sensory room

The Sensory Zone will be open for every match of the A-League season is located inside the Deakin Cats Community Centre (Gate 8) and Sensory Backpacks are available from three locations around

  • Welcome desk at Brownlow Stand
  • First Aid Room in the Ford Stand
  • Deakin Cats Community Centre in the Players Stand

For more information, click here.

FAQ's

FAQ's for the match can be found here.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Western United's next home game is this Sunday, December 1 against Sydney FC at GMHBA Stadium. Kick-off is at 4.00 pm.

CLICK HERE to buy tickets.

CLICK HERE to become a Western United member.

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