5 things to look forward to: City v Brisbane


Melbourne City FC will return home to AAMI Park on Sunday night, hosting Brisbane Roar as it looks for a third consecutive win. Tickets for this fixture are still available, click here to get yours now!

Another step towards the plate

We’re now well and truly past the halfway point of the season, with the business end fast-approaching.

We’ve got seven games remaining in our season and we sit on top of the table with both points and games in hand on the chasing pack; Adelaide, Sydney FC and Central Coast currently looking the most threatening.

After a slow start to the campaign, your City boys have looked on-song ever since – and should its current form continue over the next month – a first piece of A-League silverware beckons.

The perfect time to build momentum

We saw the team earlier this season bring up a new Club record with a run of six consecutive wins.

While this did come to an end at the beginning of what was to be an up-and-down month of April, City has recovered well to now be on another win streak after knocking off Newcastle (home) and Perth (away) with 3-1 results.

City are now faced with four home games in a row so it’s the perfect time for the team to go on another strong winning run and build some momentum ahead of a finals series which will fast approach.

Continuing our home form

Another big advantage of five of our remaining seven fixtures being at AAMI Park is our strong home form across the season so far.

In eight home fixtures at AAMI Park, we’ve suffered defeat just once and that came back in January to Perth Glory.

We’ve won all of our six home matches since, and are scoring an average of over four goals per game across those fixtures.

What more reason could you need to come out to AAMI Park to see your City boys in action? Click here to get your tickets now!

Seeing a centurion in action

In City’s midweek win over Perth, star striker Jamie Maclaren became just the second player in A-League history to hit the 100-goal mark. If that wasn’t enough, he also became the fastest player in Australian national league history to reach the century.

Capping off a history-making night for the City number 9, he also scored again in the second half – bringing up his 50th A-League goal for the Club and bringing him to within one goal of Bruno Fornaroli’s Club record of 57 goals in all competitions.

A family friendly time-slot

What better way to spend Mother’s Day than at the football, supporting your red-hot City boys!
With a family-friendly kick-off time of 4.05pm this Sunday evening, why not get the whole family down to AAMI Park and cheer on your City boys as they look for a third consecutive win.