Here’s your chance to get back to live sport with a fabulous February set to deliver 7 cracking sporting events across 3 codes at CommBank Stadium.
The Western Sydney Wanderers will play three crucial home games in quick succession as they desperately try to get their season back on track under new coach Mark Rudan.
Two sporting classics will follow with the NRL All Stars game to feature the Indigenous against the Maori – and then the Fijian Drua will make their Super Rugby Pacific debut against home team NSW Waratahs.
Then the Parramatta Eels take centre stage for the first time in 2022 as part of an NRL Pre-Season Trials Double-Header!
Here’s what is rolling out at the home of sport and entertainment in Western Sydney this February:
Wed 2 Feb: Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory – the Red & Black faithful will rally behind their team as it enters a bold new era.
Sat 5 Feb: Western Sydney Wanderers v Western United – this game was originally scheduled for New Year’s Day and now looms as a vital game for the Wanderers.
Fri 11 Feb: Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne City – the A-League leaders Melbourne City are heading to Western Sydney. The Wanderers need their true fans in the trenches with them for this one.
Sat 12 Feb: NRL All Stars – Real Culture. Real Connection. Real Pride. A rugby league pre-season classic as Maori take on Indigenous from 8.10pm. Maori Women v Indigenous Women from 5.20pm. More than just a footy game!
Fri 18 Feb: NSW Waratahs v Fijian Drua – Super Rugby Pacific Round 1 blockbuster! The historic first Super Rugby game for the Fijian Drua who have put out a rally call across NSW for their supporters to make a pilgrimage to CommBank Stadium for this special sporting event. The Waratahs desperate to open their season on a winning note.
Sun 20 Feb: NRL Pre-Season Trials Double-Header – Parramatta Eels v St George Illawarra Dragons at 6pm; Cronulla Sharks v Penrith Panthers from 4pm. League fans get the chance to see 4 Sydney clubs in action on the same day in the countdown to the 2022 NRL season. By the time home club the Parra Eels take to CommBank Stadium to play the Dragons, the Stadium will be pumping!
Sun 27 Feb: Western Sydney Wanderers v Wellington Phoenix – The Wanderers got the better of the Phoenix the last time these two met, and they’ll be looking to do the same to cap off a massive month at home.
Get back into live sport this February and revel in the atmosphere at CommBank Stadium – the Stadium built #ForTheFans.