Melbourne City FC will begin the new 2017/18 A-League season in October with a home opener against Brisbane Roar.
- Warren Joyce’s side will kick-off the new season against Brisbane Roar at AAMI Park on Friday 6 October, kick-off at 7:50pm.
- City will play 14 home matches at AAMI Park, which include two massive home Melbourne Derbies.
- City will also play reigning champions Sydney FC, Western Sydney Wanderers, Wellington Phoenix and Central Coast Mariners twice at AAMI Park.
The Roar will visit AAMI Park for a Friday night blockbuster in Round 1 on October 8, in what will be new Head Coach Warren Joyce’s first competitive league fixture.
City will host 14 home matches throughout the season – all of which will be at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Those fixtures include two massive Melbourne Derbies, two against reigning champions Sydney FC, two against the Western Sydney Wanderers, two against the Central Coast Mariners, and two against Trans-Tasman rivals Wellington Phoenix.
The first Melbourne Derby will be at Etihad Stadium in Round 2 on Saturday 14 October, with City to welcome its local rivals to AAMI Park for the traditional Christmas Derby on December 23 and on March 24.
Our Sunday 7pm home fixtures are set to be scheduled as A-League and W-League double headers as our Championship-winning Women’s side look to claim their third straight title.
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City will entertain reigning champions Sydney FC at AAMI Park for two blockbuster Friday and Saturday night clashes on November 3 and February 10 respectively.
Other notable fixtures include a New Year’s Day clash away to Western Sydney Wanderers in Round 13, an Australia Day eve meeting against Newcastle Jets at AAMI Park and the final game of the season on Good Friday against Wellington Phoenix.
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Melbourne City FC 2017/18 Season Fixture:
|06/10/2017||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Brisbane Roar||AAMI Park|
|14/10/2017||7:50pm||Melbourne Victory vs Melbourne City FC||Etihad Stadium|
|21/10/2017||5:35pm||Melbourne City FC vs Wellington Phoenix||AAMI Park|
|28/10/2017||7:50pm||Adelaide United vs Melbourne City FC||Coopers Stadium|
|03/11/2017||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Sydney FC||AAMI Park|
|12/11/2017||7:00pm||Melbourne City FC vs Western Sydney||AAMI Park|
|17/11/2017||7:50pm||Brisbane Roar vs Melbourne City FC||Suncorp Stadium|
|24/11/2017||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Perth Glory||AAMI Park|
|02/12/2017||7:50pm||Newcastle Jets vs Melbourne City FC||McDonald Jones Stadium|
|10/12/2017||7:00pm||Melbourne City FC vs Central Coast||AAMI Park|
|15/12/2017||7:50pm||Sydney FC vs Melbourne City FC||Allianz Stadium|
|23/12/2017||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Melbourne Victory||AAMI Park|
|01/01/2018||7:50pm||Western Sydney vs Melbourne City FC||ANZ Stadium|
|06/01/2018||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Wellington Phoenix||AAMI Park|
|9/01/2018||10:00pm||Perth Glory vs Melbourne City FC||nib Stadium|
|14/01/2018||5:00pm||Central Coast vs Melbourne City FC||Central Coast Stadium|
|21/01/2018||7:00pm||Melbourne City FC vs Adelaide United||AAMI Park|
|25/01/2018||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Newcastle Jets||AAMI Park|
|4/02/2018||7:00pm||Brisbane Roar vs Melbourne City FC||Suncor Stadium|
|10/02/2018||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Sydney FC||AAMI Park|
|24/02/2018||10:00pm||Perth Glory vs Melbourne City FC||nib Stadium|
|02/03/2018||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Melbourne Victory||AAMI Park|
|16/03/2018||7:50pm||Adelaide United vs Melbourne City FC||Coopers Stadium|
|24/03/2018||7:50pm||Melbourne City FC vs Western Sydney||AAMI Park|
|01/04/2018||5:00pm||Newcastle Jets vs Melbourne City FC||McDonald Jones Stadium|
|07/04/2018||5:35pm||Melbourne City FC vs Central Coast||AAMI Park|
|14/04/2018||5:35pm||Wellington Phoenix vs Melbourne City FC||Westpac Stadium|