How to follow our season opener: City v Brisbane

The A-League season is finally here and, as we countdown to kick-off, we’ve produced the perfect guide for how you can follow tonight’s clash with Brisbane Roar – at the stadium, from home or from your second screen.

At the match?

Of course the best way to watch your Melbourne City is from a seat in AAMI Park! Get your tickets here!

While at the stadium you can stay across everything that is going on at the ground on the Club’s Official Social Media channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.

We’ll give you the starting line ups, behind the scenes images, live video and live match updates on the action, p[providing an exclusive view that you might not see from your seats at pitch-level or on TV at home.

On Facebook we will provide pitch-side access pre-match, shooting the player warm-ups LIVE, while we will stream all the post-match reaction straight to your mobile device from Warren Joyce’s post-match press conference from our official page.

On Instagram, we’ll have the player walk-outs broadcast LIVE from the tunnel, as well as exclusive snaps on our Instastory.

Live match updates will be available on Twitter via @MelbourneCity and you can listen to the match on Football Nation at, 2SM Super Radio Network & Talking Lifestyle 1278AM Melbourne,  ABC Melbourne & ABC Radio Vic, ABC Brisbane & ABC Radio Qld, Grandstand Digital, Online & via the ABC Listen App – A-league Live.

You will also have the chance to ask a player a question post-match with our new segment, The Big Question powered by Big M. Simply tweet in your question with #BigMQuestion or reply to our comment on the Facebook full-time post and the best questions will be asked of the selected player.

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Not at the match?

If you can’t be at the match tonight, Fox Sports 501 has you sorted. Coverage starts at 7pm with Kick-off with the Fox Football team counting down until the first kick of the season.

Not in front of the TV? Listen live on the radio stations above or follow all the behind the scenes and match coverage on our Social Media channels.

Not in Australia?

The A-League is syndicated globally through a range of broadcasters. Click here to see the channel the match will be on in your country.