Melbourne City FC host Brisbane Roar in an important Round 23 fixture as both sides fight for the sixth and final spot in the Hyundai A-League Finals Series.
With Brisbane five points behind with a game in hand, Frans Thijssen’s men will be looking to bridge the gap to Melbourne City with this week’s home side currently holding sixth spot on the ladder.
Make sure you are there for Saturday’s match and show your support for Melbourne City FC in the lead up to the finals. You can be at our final two home matches, which includes the match against Wellington Phoenix on Sunday 12 April, 5:00pm and this Saturday’s match with the Two-Game Flexi Membership. From $35 for Adults and $75 for families, it is the cheapest way to watch our final two home matches. Sign up for the Two-Game Flexi here or at the membership marquee outside AAMI Park
Match day ‘must do’s’
There are a number of things you must do on match day so make sure you tick off as much of the list as you can!
- Pick up your Match Day Program for $3 at the membership marquee outside of AAMI Park or at the merchandise outlets in the stadium. There is plenty of exclusive content including a feature on last week’s goal scorer James Brown and a NPL Victoria update
- You can now pick up your merchandise from inside and OUTSIDE AAMI Park at our Melbourne City FC merchandise van. Keep an eye out for it on the Olympic Boulevard concourse.
- Our match day partner La Trobe University will be giving away free ice cream vouchers to the first 100 fans and your chance to win a signed Melbourne City ball when you register at the La Trobe University marquee.
- Head down to the Coco Joy social media booth for a free photo before the match.
- Test your skills at the VicHealth H30 Challenge Knock’em Down game located outside AAMI Park. Knock out sugary drinks to win limited edition water bottles.
- Win a trip to the UK thanks to our partner Momentum Energy! Keep an eye out for the Momentum staff with iPads on the AAMI Park precinct who will sign you up to the competition then and there! You can skip the lines and sign up for the competition here!
The AAMI Park precinct will be buzzing on match day so make sure you know how you’re getting to the match in advance. Patrons are advised that multiple events taking place in the Melbourne & Olympic Park precinct and are urged to either take public transport or allow enough time before kick-off to access limited parking at the precinct or at the MCG.
Patrons attending the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct are strongly advised to utilise public transport due to multiple events taking place across our venues. Trains, trams and buses operate frequently and are the quickest and easiest way to access the precinct on busy event days. MORE INFORMATION > http://www.mopt.com.au/arriving-and-access/public-transport/
For patrons who must travel by car, very limited parking is available within the precinct. Please plan ahead and pre-book your car parking or consider utilising alternative parking options around the precinct such as the MCG. MORE INFORMATION > http://www.mopt.com.au/arriving-and-access/parking/
Tram work affecting Punt Road
Route 8 – Tram improvement work – Saturday 28 to Monday 30 March
Service changes will apply on Route 8 from first tram on Saturday 28 to last tram onMonday 30 March, due to tram improvement work in South Yarra.
As part of the modernisation of Melbourne’s tram network, Yarra Trams and Public Transport Victoria are replacing tram tracks on Toorak Road, Park Street and Domain Road in South Yarra.
The work will take place on:
- Toorak Road between Punt Road and Park Street
- Park Street between Toorak Road and Domain Road
- Domain Road between Park street and Millswyn Street.
Melbourne City FC recognises the importance of fan safety and acceptable fan behaviour at all Hyundai A-League matches. The Club has a zero tolerance policy for anti-social behaviour and behaviour which incites violence, has the potential to harm and causes safety concerns for stadium security.
We are particularly mindful that the use of flares at Melbourne City FC matches will not be tolerated and remind supporters that:
The possession, ignition or throwing of flares will incur a five-year ban for a first offence on an individual (or group of individuals) from Football Federation Australia. The ban covers Hyundai A-league, friendly matches, International fixtures, National Youth League and Westfield W-League matches
The Club receives a maximum fine of $4,900 per flare.