EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW: Melbourne Derby tickets

February’s Melbourne Derby is a month away and now you have the opportunity to secure your seat for the blockbuster clash.

As always, The Melbourne Derby is a fully ticketed event, so securing a reserved seat is a must.

After December’s sold out Melbourne Derby, we’re encouraging all City members and fans to get in early and avoid missing out.

Please find on-sale details below.

General Admission members

Member Pre-Sale: Wednesday 17 January, 11:00am AEDT

As The Melbourne Derby is a fully ticketed event, all City members with General Admission match access will need to secure a reserved seat in the City Blue section.

For all the information on how to upgrade your ticket, please check your inbox. We’ve sent you an email with all the details you need to know.

If you are a reserved seat member, there is nothing you need to do. You will be able to scan your membership and sit in your usual seats.

City Fan Pre-Sale

City Fan Pre-Sale: Thursday 18 January, 11:00am AEDT

City fans will have the ability to access Melbourne Derby Pre-Sale tickets from Thursday 18 January at 11:00am.

Fans will be emailed a code to unlock pre-sale tickets.

General Public

General Public On-Sale: Friday 19 January, 11:00am AEDT

General Public tickets will be available to purchase from Friday 19 January at 11:00am via Ticketek.

Membership Services

Our friendly Membership Services team are here to help.

You can get in contact with us Monday to Friday during business hours via email or phone.

On match days, our team are available to help from 30 minutes prior to kick off at the Ticket Window F box office at AAMI Park.

E: membership@prod.melbournecityfc.aleagues.com.au | P: 1300 255 432

Fan Behaviour

Melbourne City FC is dedicated to fostering an inclusive and welcoming environment for all fans, staff, players, and match officials. When attending matches, please be considerate of other fans to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for everyone.

By adhering to the A-Leagues Terms of Admission and the Football Australia National Spectator Code of Behaviour, we can ensure that our game can continue to be enjoyed in a positive and respectful manner. 

If you encounter any negative behaviour on match day, please alert stadium personnel or security. Let’s make every match a memorable and enjoyable experience for all.