From 750 teams down to 2. It’s the Australia Cup Final at CommBank Stadium.
NSW NPL side Sydney United 58 FC will go up against A-League club Macarthur FC with the winner being crowned the 2022 Australia Cup champions.
Here is everything you need to know:
Australia Cup Final
Sydney United 58 FC v Macarthur FC
Saturday 1 October
Gates open: 6:30pm
Australia Cup Final: 7:30pm
Sydney United 58 FC – National Premier League
Macarthur FC – A-League Men’s
Your Game Plan:
- Arrive early! To avoid queues at the gate and ensure you don’t miss any of the action, it is recommended you arrive at least one hour before kick-off.
- Public transport is the best way to get to the footy. Plan your trip to CommBank Stadium using the Transport for NSW tool here.
- If you need to drive, consider your parking options. There is no public parking at the stadium, but there are a number of parking stations within walking distance, including half-price parking after 6pm at the Station Car Park in City of Parramatta. Pre-booking encouraged. Click here for our advice.
- Pre-purchase your ticket. To avoid disappointment and lines at the box office, we recommend buying your tickets online. Don’t forget to share them digitally or physically with your group before arriving at the gates.
Food and Beverage:
There are a number of food and beverage retail options available at the stadium. New items available include the Lamb Snack Pack, Pizzas and Jam Donuts. For a full list, including menu items, click here.
The forecast for Parramatta on Saturday evening is currently fine, with a temperature of around 15C forecast for kick-off.
Transport to and parking near CommBank Stadium:
Attendees are encouraged to make their way to the Stadium via public transport, including bus, train and ferry. Transport is not included in matchday tickets. Plan to get here early using the Transport for NSW Trip Planner.
If you need to drive, please allow extra time for traffic as there will be a large number of people in the area. There is no public parking available on site at the Stadium, but there is a number of public parking stations close to the venue. Booking is strongly recommended where possible. For more information click here.
More information on various council and commercial car parks and car parks for vehicles with mobility parking permits is available here.
Please note: if you are planning to use a taxi or ride share service after the game, there will be a number of road closures in place for up to half an hour after full time.
All bags will be subject to the security screening process. To help avoid delays, it’s best to leave your bag at home. On all event days bag sizes are limited to 30x40cm. Umbrellas are permitted but for the comfort of other patrons, they should not be opened in the seating bowl. Food and non-alcoholic beverages may be brought into the stadium. Please note: No glass or cans are permitted. For more information on conditions of entry, please click here.
Be there to cheer on your team; only one team will win the 2022 Australia Cup Championship. Tickets are available here.