5 Reasons You Can’t Miss Our City Clash

Following a historic AFC Women’s Club Championship campaign in Uzbekistan, our Sky Blue Women are returning home to take on Melbourne City in a clash that promises excitement, talent, and a celebration of women’s football.

Here are the top 5 reasons you can’t afford to miss this clash between two of the league’s best sides this Sunday at Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre.

1) Witness the Rise of Women’s Football

Women’s football has seen immense growth in popularity in Australia, and you can play your part. Sunday’s match will see incredible talent take to the pitch including Sydney FC’s international striker Fiona Worts and Matildas winger Princess Ibini, as well as Melbourne City’s Hannah Wilkinson, goal scorer at the recent FIFA Women’s World Cup. The Liberty A-League is home to incredible talent, including past and present Matildas.

2) Welcome the girls home from the AFC Women’s Club Championship

Sydney FC Women are returning home from a groundbreaking journey in Uzbekistan, where they made history by becoming the first Liberty A-League team to secure a victory in the Asian continental competition. They triumphed over Bam Khatoon from Iran and FC Nasaf from Uzbekistan, and were unlucky not to qualify for the final. This will be their first game in Sydney since that match, and you can be there to welcome our Sky Blue stars back.

Sydney FC girls celebrate in Uzbekistan after beating FC Nasaf and becoming the first Australian side to win in the continental competition.

3) Great value tickets

With tickets priced at just $20 for Adults, $10 for Kids, and Family Passes only $50, it’s an affordable outing for everyone. And if your child is a Liberty Pass holder, their entry is free! Lock in your tickets to enjoy an afternoon of world class football.

4) Convenient access via Public Transport

Getting to the Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre is a breeze with excellent public transport options. Avoid the hassle of parking and focus on the excitement of the match. The field is easily accessible on foot from the station, ensuring a stress-free journey for you and your fellow fans.

5) A great family day out

Kick back and relax at the family-friendly 4 pm kickoff on Sunday. Bring your little footballers along to be inspired by our talented Women in what promises to be an action-packed afternoon. Whether you’re a die-hard Sky Blue supporter, or new to the sport, it’s a fun match-up for everyone as two of the best in the competition go head to head.

Football is great fun for all ages!

Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy an afternoon of world-class football and support our remarkable Sky Blue Women. Grab your tickets now and join us on Sunday, November 26, at 4 pm, as Sydney FC take on Melbourne City in what promises to be a match for the ages.

Match Details

Sydney FC v Melbourne City
Liberty A-League Round Six
Sunday 26th November 2023
Sydney Olympic Park Athletic Centre, Sydney, NSW
Kick Off: 4:00pm AEDT
Gates Open: 3:00pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Play
Tickets: Click Here