We're set for an entertaining midweek fixture with the Wanderers at AAMI Park! Just three days after our last home game, we're back at home to take on Western Sydney this Tuesday 22 January.
With exciting pre-match activities taking place at City Square, there's plenty happening around the AAMI Park concourse to keep the whole family entertained in what is set to be a beautiful summer's evening.
Don't have your tickets yet? Click here to secure your seat ahead of Tuesday night's fixture.
An action-packed City Square!
All the action begins at City Square! Head down to Gosch's Paddock from 5:30pm and countdown to kick-off in the company of your fellow City family.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to ground works, City square will be moved to the east side of Gosch's Paddock.
The Stomping Ground Brewery pop up bar returns once again where you can enjoy a limited-edition City Pale Ale in the lead up to kick-off.
Kids can emulate their City heroes at our small sided matches and show their skills at our City inflatables, while there will be plenty of food, activities and giveaways to keep you entertained before the big match.
City Square Details
Where: Gosch’s Paddock (East side of AAMI Park)
When: 5:30pm – 7:50pm, Tuesday 22 January
- Make the most of the beautiful weather with our Soapy Soccer pitch. Don't forget to pack a change of clothes!
- Enjoy the music of our live band Juke Box Racket, who returns due to popular demand.
- For your chance to win some fun on the pitch at half-time, please visit the membership marquee to register.
- Cool down from the warm weather with a cold dessert at the Ice Cream Van
- Show us your best goal celebration at the DON Small Goods marquee
- Work on your soccer skills at the Big M clinic
- Test your kicking speed at the Macca's Golden Goal speed radar
- CITC clinics and Soccer Mums
- Free face painting, small sided matches, mascots and inflatables
*All patrons at the Stomping Ground pop-up bar must be 18+ and show a valid ID.
Australian Citizenship Ceremony
The Club will be welcoming Australia's newest citizens in partnership with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
The ceremony will involve 50 new Australians, who will take place in the ceremony 10 minutes prior to kick-off alongside their families and fellow VIPs on pitch.
Women's goalkeeper and Matildas legend Melissa Barbieri will lead the Affirmation.
Evan Arnell, from Trinity Grammar School, will sing the National Anthem.
Australia Day discount
Head to the City Shop on match day at AAMI Park and receive 26% off store wide. How good is that!
Visit our main store on the AAMI Park concourse or our merchandise outlets at aisle’s 4 and 24 inside the stadium.
Getting to AAMI PARK
Public Transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to AAMI Park for Sunday’s match, with extra services running to and from AAMI Park on match day.
- The nearest train station is Richmond Station, which is just a short stroll along Swan Street and Olympic Boulevard to AAMI Park.
- Passengers travelling from the city can board Tram Route 70 to Wattle Park from Flinders Street Station to Stop 7D - AAMI Park.
Passengers using Southern Cross Station can connect with Route 48 trams on Collins Street.
- Bus Route 246 stops at the corner of Punt Road and Swan Street, which is close to AAMI Park.
Check the live travel updates page for notification of anything that may affect your journey to and from the event.
Plan your journey using journey planner.
All gates will open at 6:50pm.
Please note that there will be no car parking available at Eastern Plaza (entrance D) of AAMI Park due to preparations being made for the Australian Open.