Fans travelling to the blockbuster final stanza of the Sydney Super Cup between Everton FC and Western Sydney Wanderers have bagged the first win, with rail travel included in matchday tickets.
The included travel means fans can commute to and from Parramatta Station by simply showing their ticket to transport staff, before embarking on the short walk to CommBank Stadium.
The showdown on Wednesday 23 November will see the Wanderers’ welcome an international side back to Wanderland for the first time since 2019, when they were edged 2-1 by Leeds United.
Visiting Everton fans, in conjunction with the fans of the home side, are being encouraged to arrive in Parramatta early ahead of the 7.45pm kick-off by taking advantage of the free return rail travel included in their ticket.
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Toffees fans will be heading to The Commercial Hotel at 2 Hassall Street from 4pm, which is just a short stroll to the Stadium.
Fans will also have the opportunity to win signed Everton merch and enjoy the company of fellow Blues fans.
Fans coming by other modes of transport are encouraged to read our Transport Guide. Please note there is no public parking at CommBank Stadium, but there are a number of paid public parking station in Parramatta.
Everton are currently 16th in the top tier of English football and have former England and Chelsea legend Frank Lampard at the helm. Marko Rudan has the Wanderers competing for silverware in second spot of the Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s.
It will be Everton’s final game in Australia before the resumption of the English Premier League on Boxing Day.
The showdown will be the Red & Blacks’ final home game of 2022 before they return on New Year’s Day 2023 for a clash with Macarthur FC. Tickets for that match can be purchased here.