Get all the important information you need ahead of our next home game against Perth Glory on Saturday 2nd December 2023
Sydney FC v Perth Glory
Isuzu UTE A-League Round Six
Saturday 2nd December, 2023
Allianz Stadium, Sydney, NSW
Kick off: 7:45pm AEDT
Gates Open: 6:45pm AEDT
Broadcast Live: Paramount+ & 10Bold
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Members can enter the stadium through scanning the QR code on the back of their 2023/24 Membership Card. They can scan in from the pdf on their device, or they can print the card. If printing please ensure the QR code prints clearly.
IF SCANNING IN VIA A PHONE, PLEASE ENSURE BRIGHTNESS IS ALL THE WAY UP, YOU ARE OFF NIGHT MODE AND SCREEN ROTATION IS LOCKED.
Please head to your gate to scan into the ground.
Flexi Members are welcome to attend this match and can sit in any General Admission Bays.
Please ensure that you arrive at the precinct early to avoid congestion closer to kick off time.
As you arrive head to the Junior Blue Fan Zone which is located outside Gate 3 and will be open from 6:15pm.
Deck yourself out in Sky Blue with our Sydney FC Facepainters and test your skills with our Sydney FC Inflatables.
Also, come along and meet some of the Sydney FC Men’s team with the non-playing players available for selfies and signatures from 6:45pm.
Once inside the stadium, you can take your photos under the Sydney FC Archway which will be located inside Gate 1.
Make sure you tag us @sydneyfootballclub in your stories throughout the day.
Want to win a car? You can do that thanks to our friends at Carma by guessing how many balls are in their car as part of their “Guess The Booty”
Head along to Gate One to make your guess from 6:15pm.
You can deck yourself out in the latest Sydney FC gear or grab that gift for a loved one from the Superstore located on the Western Concourse. Our brand new kits will be available for purchase and also you can add the names of your favourite players too as the Heat Press will be HOT AND READY TO GO!
Sydney FC Members can get 10% off full price items by showing their 2023/24 Membership Card.
TRANSPORT & PARKING
Fans are encouraged to plan their trip, leave the car at home and catch public transport as on-site parking will be very limited.
Frequent light rail and buses run to Moore Park within short walking distance of the stadium and travel on transport is included in your ticket to the game.
Be aware that a music festival is taking place at Centennial Park next door and will be finishing around the same time as the A-League match with road closures in place from 8pm for crowd safety. Light rail services will be busy and there may be additional delays exiting from car parks during this time, follow directions of traffic controllers and allow extra time.
After the game, dedicated event shuttle buses will run from Moore Park back to Central, A-League fans are encouraged to use these buses if light rail queues are long. If you’re travelling to Randwick or Kingsford please follow the direction of transport staff and Police at the Light Rail stop.
Please note weekend trackwork may affect your trip on various lines including the T1 North Shore Line between Hornsby and Wynyard, plan ahead and allow additional travel time as you may need to catch rail replacement buses to continue your trip to the city.
If you have to drive, carpool with your group and arrive early as parking in the precinct will be limited and special event clearway parking restrictions will be in effect on roads in the area.
Nearby parking will be available at the Entertainment Quarter Wilson car park, EP3 grass car park on Driver Avenue and Sydney Boys & Girls High car park off Cleveland Street. A flat rate event parking fee will apply. You can find real-time traffic conditions at livetraffic.com.
- Valid pre-purchased tickets to the game include travel to and from Moore Park on public transport services – Just show your event ticket to transport staff when boarding. (Note: A separate station access fee is payable for travel to and from the Domestic and International Airport stations, the fee is not included as part of integrated ticketing). More information can be found here.
- Make a day of it and arrive early to enjoy the many local venues within walking distance of the stadium. From Central Station it’s a 25 minute walk to the Moore Park precinct via Foveaux St or Devonshire St and the Albert ‘Tibby’ Cotter Walkway.
- Public transport is the best way to get to Allianz Stadium with frequent light rail and buses servicing the Moore Park area.
- Allianz Stadium is at the Moore Park light rail stop, as well as a short bus ride from Central Station, Paddington and the CBD. Visit Transport NSW, Google Maps or Live Traffic Sydney to plan your trip and please allow additional travel time.
- If you have to drive, carpool with your group and allow extra travel time as traffic may be heavier than usual on roads approaching Moore Park.
- Be aware that a music festival is taking place at Centennial Park next door and will be finishing around the same time as the A-League match with road closures in place for crowd safety from 8pm. There may be additional delays exiting from car parks during this time, follow directions of traffic controllers and allow extra time.
- If you’re getting picked up or catching taxis and rideshare home be aware that access into the precinct will be affected by road closures on Moore Park Rd and Lang Rd.
- Entertainment Quarter access: From 8pm to midnight, access to the Entertainment Quarter will be via Oatley Rd, Renny St, Gordon St and Cook Rd only. You can find real-time traffic conditions at livetraffic.com.
Moore Park – from 8pm to midnight
- Driver Avenue between Lang Road and the NRL Building (both directions)
- Note: a section of Driver Avenue will already be closed from 5:45pm
- Lang Road* between Anzac Parade and Errol Flynn Boulevard (eastbound)
- Lang Road between Erroly Flynn Boulevard and Driver Avenue (westbound)
- Lang Road** between Oxford Street and Mitchell Street (both directions)
- Moore Park Road between Oxford Street and Cook Road (westbound)
*Vehicles will be allowed to exit EP3 car park and turn right on to Lang Road to join Anzac Parade.
**Managed access to/from the Entertainment Quarter via Oatley Road, Renny Street and Cook Road.
Moore Park – from 9pm to midnight
- Moore Park Road between Oatley Road and Oxford Street (eastbound)
Moore Park – 12:01am to 4am daily on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 December
- Driver Avenue between Lang Road and the southern turning circle (both directions)
Cycleway closures: The Moore Park Road cycleway will be closed between Regent Street and Oatley Road outside the stadium from 9pm to 10.30pm
Limited parking will be available at the following car parks near the stadium.
Please follow the directions of electronic message boards advising which car parks have capacity when arriving in the precinct.
- Entertainment Quarter (parking rates apply): Open 24 hours. Entry via Errol Flynn Boulevard from Lang Road.
- Showground Field (EP3) grass car park (cashless, flat rate parking fees apply): Car Park open 4:45pm. Entry via the southern end of Driver Avenue, from Lang Road.
- Exit from EP3 car park will be managed while roads are closed, please follow directions on the night from Police and Traffic Controllers
- Sydney Boys High School and Sydney Girls High School (parking fees apply): Car Park open from around 4:45pm. Entry via Cleveland Street. Use the Anzac Parade pedestrian bridge to get to and from the stadium.
Please note: Kippax Park (EP2) grass car park will not be open for this game.
- Each car park has spaces for Mobility Parking permit holders. For more information visit Centennial Parklands – Parking
If fans have any ticketing queries, they should proceed to the Box Offices which are located on Driver Ave, Gate 3 & Gate 5 which are located around the stadium.
For any Membership enquiries, fans should visit the Membership window which will be located at the box office at Gate 3 from 6:15pm.
Things to know at the event
- Please follow the directives of staff at all times.
- Connect to Allianz Stadium Wi-Fi for faster download.
- Allianz Stadium is a cashless venue.
- Make sure you download and share any tickets before arriving, have your ticket ready to scan and your phone brightness up before you get to your entry gate for faster entry.
- Please use original PDF versions of eZY tickets, screen-shotting the ticket will pixelate the tickets barcode and may cause them not to scan.
- More information on mobile tickets, including how to share tickets, is available here.
Box Office Opens: 6:15pm
Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets online ahead of the clash here, however tickets will be available to purchase from the Box Office from 5:45pm.
Junior Blue Fanzone Opens: 6:15pm
Our Junior Blue Fanzone will be open from 6:15pm outside Gate 3, so make sure you arrive early to maximise the fun.
Gates Open: 6:45pm
The gates to Allianz Stadium will be opened at 6:45pm.
Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s Kick Off: 7:45pm
Sydney FC and Perth Glory will get underway at 7:45pm.
During matches the Allainz Stadium can become noisy and crowded. Strong smells from food and drinks can also be prevalent. All these sensory elements can be overwhelming for individuals who have sensory needs and discourage them from attending events.
Sensory sensitivities or challenges with sensory regulation are often experienced by individuals with autism, dementia, PTSD, intellectual disabilities, mental health issues and other similar conditions.
Ssensory bags will make your event more inclusive and allow people of families to attend the event.
If you require a Sensory Bag at a Sydney FC game, please contact a member of the Allianz Stadium customer service staff at the game for more information.