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Subway Socceroos to Face Lebanon at CommBank Stadium in FIFA World Cup 2026™ Qualifier

The Subway Socceroos will face Lebanon at CommBank Stadium in Sydney as their journey towards FIFA World Cup 2026™ continues, with the Second Round Qualifier scheduled for Thursday, 21 March 2024 (8.00pm AEDT).

Tickets for this all-important match start from $20 Child, $25 Concession, $30 Adult, and $80 Family, with a Football Account Pre-Sale at 3.00pm AEDT on Wednesday, 6 December 2023 and General Public On-Sale at 3:00pm AEDT on Friday, 8 December 2023 via Ticketek.

Subway Socceroos v Lebanon CommBank Stadium

The March FIFA Men’s International Window will see the resumption of the Second Round of qualification for FIFA World Cup 2026™, following the AFC Asian Cup™ Qatar 2023 being held throughout January and February 2024.

This fixture will be the first time the Subway Socceroos have faced Lebanon in this qualification period, following victories over Bangladesh (7-0) and Palestine (l-0) to open their campaign in November.

Football Australia CEO, James Johnson expressed his excitement at the prospect of having the Subway Socceroos playing in front of home fans.

“We are thrilled to host the Subway Socceroos for this FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifier at CommBank Stadium, a venue renowned for its world-class facilities,” Johnson said.

“This event not only signifies the resumption of our journey towards the FIFA World Cup but also reflects the vibrant football culture in New South Wales, thanks to the region’s high grassroots participation rates.

“We are grateful for the support of the NSW Government and Destination NSW. Their commitment has been instrumental in bringing such high-calibre fixtures and events to our shores. This partnership also reflects our shared commitment to fostering football at the community level, including the recently held National Youth Championships.

“We look forward to delivering an exceptional experience for players and fans alike,” concluded Johnson.

Subway Socceroos’ Head Coach, Graham Arnold said his players relished any opportunity to play in front of Australian fans.

“Our players are scattered across the world when playing for their clubs, the excitement they have to come together as a group and representthe nation has been a cornerstone of our success,” Arnold said.

“The opportunity to play in front of home fans and feel the energy they bring is so valuable for us, it provides a massive lift, not just in those individual moments but for the many that follow in our qualification journey.

“For the likes of Maty Ryan, Mitch Duke, Keanu Baccus and others from New South Wales, it’s important they enjoy the chance to wear the Australian jersey in their hometown in front of friends and family.

“It doesn’t matter how many times it comes about, playing in front of those who have helped you on your journey through football is such a rewarding and humbling experience, and celebrating that is an integral part of the culture we’ve built within this squad,” concluded Arnold.

During the Second Round- which doubles as direct qualifiers for the AFC Asian Cup 2027™ in Saudi Arabia – the Subway Socceroos will play against Bangladesh, Lebanon and Palestine in a home-and­ away round-robin format, between November 2023 and June 2024. Should Australia finish Group Winner or Group Runners-Up, they will directly qualify for the next AFC Asian Cup.

To find out all the latest information on fixtures, results and Second Round Qualification updates please click here.

Catch the Subway Socceroos FIFA World Cup 2026™ Qualifiers on Network 70 and Paramount+.

Match Details

$1 (plus GST) from every ticket sold for this match will be donated to the CommBank Pararoos – Australia’s CP national team for male footballers with cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury or symptoms from a stroke.

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Subway Socceroos v Lebanon Thursday, 21 March 2024 CommBank Stadium, Parramatta

Kick-off: 8.00pm AEDT

Tickets: Start from $20 Child, $25 Concession, $30 Adult, $80 Family

Football Account Pre-Sale: 3.00pm AEDT on Wednesday, 6 December 2023

General Public On-Sale: 3.00pm AEDT on Friday, 8 December 2023 via Ticketek

Broadcast: Network 10 and Paramount+

A-Leagues Unite Round at CommBank Stadium

Wanderers To Headline Both Opening And Closing Nights Of A-Leagues ‘Unite Round’ As Part Of Two Double Headers At CommBank Stadium

The Western Sydney Wanderers men’s side will headline the start of the 2023/24 A-Leagues Unite Round with a matchup against Melbourne City at CommBank Stadium on Friday 12 January – as part of a double header that features Macarthur FC v Western United.

The Wanderers Liberty A-League Women’s squad will play host to Melbourne City at CommBank Stadium on the Sunday to conclude the festival of football with an Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s game between Perth Glory v Wellington Phoenix making it another double header.

Unite Round Schedule

Friday 12 January

A-League Men Double Header – CommBank Stadium
Macarthur FC v Western United
Melbourne City v Western Sydney Wanderers
Friday 12 January

A-League Women Double Header – Leichardt Oval
Melbourne Victory v Perth Glory
Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners
Saturday 13 January

A-League Men Double Header – Allianz Stadium
Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne Victory
Adelaide United v Sydney FC
Saturday 13 January

A-League Women Double Header – Leichardt Oval
Canberra United v Adelaide United
Brisbane Roar v Newcastle Jets
Sunday 14 January

Double Header – Allianz Stadium
A-League Men: Brisbane Roar v Newcastle Jets
A-League Women: Western United v Sydney FC
Sunday 14 January

Double Header – CommBank Stadium
A-League Men: Perth Glory v Wellington Phoenix
A-League Women: Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne City
*Match times TBC

The ‘Unite Round’ is being introduced for the 2023-24 and 2024-25 seasons, as the APL’s partnership with DNSW enters its second year. As part of the updated partnership, the hosting rights for the Grand Finals will revert to the traditional format with hosting rights awarded to the highest placed qualifier from the Semi Finals, starting from season 2023-24.

During ‘Unite Round’, the double header matches will be hosted at Allianz Stadium, CommBank Stadium and Leichhardt Oval, and grassroots tournaments for junior boys and girls will take place at venues across Sydney.

A live site at Moore Park will also feature a fan park and viewing party for the AFC Asian Cup match in Qatar between Australia and India’s men’s teams on Saturday 13 January at 10:30pm AEDT.

The Hon Stephen Conroy, Chair of APL, said:

“We saw record crowds in the men’s and women’s finals series last season, and we again saw the appetite for professional football in NSW during the FIFA Women’s World Cup. Having all of our teams play in one place, over one weekend, is a fantastic way to serve up the best of the A-Leagues for our fans.

“We are one of the only leagues in the world where almost every club has both men’s and women’s teams, so we are uniquely positioned to create an event like this.

“We thank Premier Minns and the NSW Government for this fundamentally important partnership and for their continuing support for the development of football in Australia.”

Danny Townsend, CEO of APL said:

“The Unite Round is a brand new experience which brings together all A-Leagues clubs, fans and grassroots players together for the very first time in Sydney in an unprecedented celebration of football. With the women’s domestic attendance record already broken twice on the first day of this season, we are looking forward to welcoming A-Leagues fans, old and new, to experience our leagues.”

“We have worked closely with our clubs and fans to ensure that there are suitable constructive mechanisms for the voices of fans to be heard. Many of the resulting conversations have included the hosting of the Grand Finals, and the strong sentiments around that, and we thank DNSW and Premier Minns for their partnership in creating a truly inclusive experience for our game.”

Premier Chris Minns said:

“Unite Round is great news for the football community, and for NSW.

“This will bring fans and players from around the country together in Sydney.

“I encourage fans to get involved in this festival of football.

Minister for Jobs and Tourism John Graham said:

“This is a chance for fans and players from right around Australia to come together, be united and be part of something special right here in Sydney.

“The Unite Round is a win-win for fans, the game and NSW as it will provide more opportunity for all players and fans to be part of an inclusive football celebration in Sydney.

“Unite Round will also deliver strong economic and community benefits for the people of NSW – it is estimated Unite Round will attract more than 42,000 people to Sydney for the event and generate more than $10.2 million in visitor expenditure for the state’s economy.

Minister for Sport Steve Kamper said:

“Sydney has more football fans and players than any other state and our culture of celebrating major sporting milestones is second-to-none.

“We can’t wait to welcome Australia’s football family to Sydney for the debut A-Leagues Unite Round next January and to see this tradition grow.

“This will be the first sporting code to celebrate a full men’s and women’s round in a single city in Australia.”

For the Isuzu UTE A-League Men, ‘Unite Round’ will be an additional round – making it a 27-game regular season. The existing Round 12 fixtures are being moved to new dates and times. For the
Liberty A-League Women, ‘Unite Round’ will use the existing Round 12 fixtures, keeping the season as a 22-game regular season.

This A-Leagues event is supported by the NSW Government through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW.

Tickets for A-Leagues ‘Unite Round’ will go on sale from Monday 6 November.

Open Air Live at CommBank Stadium

Matildas Stars Arnold, Fowler and Kennedy Headline Historic Live Fan Event at CommBank Stadium

For the first time since their historic 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup success, Matildas standouts Mackenzie Arnold, Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy will reunite in Sydney for a world-first fan-focused event. The inaugural “Open Air Live” kicks off from 7pm on Thursday, 21 December at Sydney’s CommBank Stadium, giving audiences exclusive access to Australia’s most celebrated Matildas stars.

Hosted by Sports Anchor, James Bracey, fans will connect with the Matildas like never before. In a live masterclass, the trio will demonstrate their exceptional skills and candidly discuss their personal journeys, illustrious careers, and unforgettable moments on the field. The event will be truly immersive, featuring stunning visuals and stadium screens to capture the exhilarating match day atmosphere, utilising innovative 4-stage compass setup and advanced audiovisual technology.

Matildas forward and youngest ever player, Mary Fowler said: “I’m excited to be part of the Open Air Live event in Sydney this December. Mackenzie, Alanna and myself will be taking the field at CommBank stadium for a huge night of entertainment, you won’t want to miss this!”

Matildas defender, Alanna Kennedy, added: “I can’t wait to join Mackenzie and Mary on the pitch for an incredible night of entertainment. Everyone is welcome, and we look forward to putting on a great show.”

The Matildas performance in the FIFA Women’s World Cup attracted record-breaking audiences from around the country, capturing the hearts of young and old. The “Open Air Live” event will be an opportunity to get up close to this year’s Aussie heroes.

Legendary goalkeeper for the Matildas, Mackenzie Arnold said that it would be a special moment for them to share with families ahead of the festive season.

“I’m really looking forward to being part of the Open Air Live event at Sydney in December! Bring your families along and join Alanna, Mary and I in sharing our stories and enjoy a great night of entertainment. We can’t wait to see you there.”

Tickets are available now via Ticketek from $49 for general admission and $99 with the addition of an exclusive Meet & Greet photo opportunity. VIP packages are available on request.

Mackenzie Arnold, Mary Fowler and Alanna Kennedy

Event Details

  • Date and Time: Thursday, 21 December 7pm – 9pm
  • Venue: CommBank Stadium, Parramatta, Sydney
  • Tickets are available now from Ticketek

Two Doubleheaders, A New Year’s Day Game And An Autumn Sydney Derby Headline The Wanderers 23/24 Home Season At CommBank Stadium

  • The Wanderers begin their season with back-to-back home games: Sunday 22 October V Wellington Phoenix & Saturday 28 October V Western United;
  • The Red & Black will host a New Year’s Day game V Macarthur FC;
  • The Wanderers one and only home Sydney Derby will be played on Saturday 2 March;
  • This season there will be two home A-League Men’s/Women’s Doubleheaders: Sunday 22 October V Wellington Phoenix & Saturday 2 March V Sydney FC;
  • The Wanderers finish the home regular season on Saturday 20 April V Melbourne City.

The Western Sydney Wanderers will open the first two rounds of the Isuzu UTE A-League men’s 2023/2024 season at home with matchups against Wellington Phoenix on Sunday afternoon (22 October) and against Western United on Saturday night (28 October).

The turn of the new year will present the Wanderers with a great chance to collect some valuable points with 3 of their first 4 games to start 2024 to be played at Wanderland – including a New Year’s Day contest with Macarthur FC.

The Red & Black will once again just play the one home Sydney Derby in season 23/24, with the A-Leagues greatest attraction coming to CommBank Stadium on Saturday 2 March.

It will be a tricky end to the home season for the Wanderers with the final two games in the heart of the West being played against Ross Aloisi’s Brisbane Roar and against back-to-back-to-back premiers Melbourne City.

In addition to the standalone home games, the Wanderers will host two A-League doubleheaders during the season which will feature a Women’s and Men’s game. The first coming on Sunday 22 October against the Wellington Phoenix and then on Saturday 2 March versus Sydney FC.

The full A-Leagues 2023/24 Draw can be found here.

After a strong campaign last season – which saw the Wanderers make the finals for the first time since 2017 – the Red & Black return looking to build on a heartbreaking Elimination Final exit and advance two steps further to the A-League Men’s Grand Final. The Wanderers have brought back Captain Fantastic, Marcelo as well as keeping their Player of the Season, Brandon Borrello who scored a team-high 13 goals last year.

The Wanderers have also brought in a couple of fresh faces with Dylan Pierias, Marcus Antonsson and Lachlan Brook being the standouts.

Western Sydney Wanderers Membership is the best way to show your support to both the Men’s and Women’s teams, while securing your seats at CommBank Stadium for all home matches. Membership enquiries here.

CommBank Stadium To Open As Community Screening Site For Matildas v England Semi-Final

  • Fans will be able to watch the Australia v England FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Semi-Final on the big screens at CommBank Stadium on Wednesday night 16 August;
  • Gates open at 6:30pm. Kick-off is at 8pm;
  • Entry is via Gate B off the Stadium concourse near the intersection of O’Connell Street and Victoria Road;
  • Food & Beverage Outlets will be open inside CommBank Stadium;
  • Fans will watch the game from the seating bowl. There will be no access to the playing field;
  • This is a non-ticketed event.

Following the Matildas’ heart stopping win over France in the Quarter Final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, the NSW Government will open CommBank Stadium at Parramatta as a screening site to ensure more football fans can cheer on the team in the Semi-Final.

The Matildas will face England in their knockout clash on Wednesday 16 August at Stadium Australia, kicking off at 8:00pm.

The match is already a sell-out and to ensure tens of thousands more fans can watch the match in a community atmosphere, the game will be shown on the big screens at CommBank Stadium, as well as Allianz Stadium at Moore Park.

Any member of the public can attend.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ has sold 1.75 million tickets across the tournament’s 64 games.

Wednesday’s match will also be screened at the FIFA Fan Festival™ at Tumbalong Park, in Darling Harbour, which has welcomed more than 202,000 attendees throughout the tournament.

This Wednesday’s match will be the first time the Australian football team has progressed to the Semi-Final stage of a FIFA Women’s World Cup™, with NSW proudly backing the Matildas as they continue on their record-breaking run.

The Sydney Opera House sails will be illuminated green and gold on Wednesday night from 5:50pm, along with other Sydney landmarks, and the NSW Government’s social channels will remain green and gold.

The FIFA Fan Festival™ site continues to screen every game for free on large screens, along with live performances and street food. The FIFA Fan Festival™ site will be open from 5:00pm on Wednesday 16 August.

For information on the FIFA Fan Festival™, visit

The live broadcast screens in Cathy Freeman Park, outside Stadium Australia, will once again be activated for the Matildas’ game, following the application process.

Public screening events will again be held across Sydney and NSW for this significant FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ game. For more information please visit:

Matildas Live Site

Fans are encouraged to use public transport to travel to the game, the FIFA Fan Festival™ and screening sites. Visit to plan your trip.

NSW Premier Chris Minns said: “The Matildas’ run at this FIFA World Cup has captured the nation; their Quarter Final win was the highest rating TV event since Cathy Freeman’s 400m gold medal run at the Sydney Olympic Games.

“We’re opening up more big screens at CommBank Stadium and Allianz Stadium – we want to give NSW every chance to break that viewing record.

“This is a once in a generation moment in Australian sport, and I want as many people as possible to be able to share in the excitement of the match in front of big screens with a community atmosphere.”

Wallabies name squad to face Argentina in Sydney’s only Test of ’23

By Matt Cleary

LOS Pumas of Argentina will return to the scene of their country’s most famous rugby victory when they take on the Wallabies at CommBank Stadium on Saturday July 15 in the only Sydney Test match this year.

It was here in November of 2020 that Argentina beat the famous New Zealand All Blacks, 25-15, securing their country’s first victory – home, away, anywhere – over the Kiwi rugby powerhouse.

Two years later Argentina followed it up with perhaps their greatest victory – a 25-18 win over those same All Blacks, but this time on the Kiwis’ home turf in Christchurch.

That the All Blacks romped to a 53-3 win a week later didn’t diminish the achievement of Los Pumas, their inspiration gleaned from Australian coach Michael Cheika. Simply: the former Waratahs and Wallabies coach, made the Argentine players believe.

And they still do, sitting just behind Australia in eighth position on a crowded World Rugby rankings list.

Skilful and dynamic No.8 Rob Valetini has been named in Eddie Jones’s first squad ahead of the Rugby World Cup. Picture: Rugby Australia

It won’t have gone unnoticed by Cheika’s fellow Randwick Old Boy, the famously competitive and super-canny man-manager, Eddie Jones.

The Wallabies coach has named a handy squad of youth and experience ahead of the two-Test ‘bracket’ which begins against the Springboks on Saturday 8 July in Pretoria and runs into the Pumas in Parramatta.

An interesting selection is uncapped Tom Hooper, a two-metre tall 22-year-old named to start on the opposite flank to veteran warhorse Michael Hooper (no relation) who’ll run out in his traditional No.7.

Jones told reporters that Hooper the younger impresses him because “he rips in, mate”.

“He had a late start because of injury and his first few games weren’t very impressive and I thought does Stevie [Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham] really know what he’s talking about here?

“But certainly, towards the end of the season, he was an absolute standout,” Jones said.

Bolter from the Bush: ACT Brumbies flanker Tom Hooper. Picture: Getty Images / Rugby Australia.

In the halves Jones has elected to give first dibs to veterans Nic White and Quade Cooper with Tate McDermott and potential debutant Carter Gordon expected to play long minutes in the altitude of Loftus Versfeld.

It would not surprise to see Jones swap this arrangement around come the Sydney Test.

Prop Zane Nonggorr, 21, and lock Richie Arnold, 33, are other likely debutants, while former Melbourne Storm winger Suli Vunivalu will look to add to his one Test dossier.

Nick Frost will be a go-to in the line-out for Australia. Picture: Rugby Australia.

With a vocal contingent of Pumas fans expected in a crowd upwards of 25,000, CommBank Stadium’s famously sheer seating will provide a brilliant and ‘tight’ match-day atmosphere.

In a World Cup year the Test match is the only chance for Sydneysiders to see the Wallabies ahead of the Rugby World Cup in France that kicks off 8 September.

Tickets are available at Ticketek.

For all match-day information including transport, click here.

The Rugby Championship – Wallabies vs Argentina

Saturday 15 July

6:30pm: Gates Open

7:55pm: Kick Off: The eToro Rugby Championship: Wallabies v Argentina.

Sports Fans To Descend On Parramatta This Week For Women’s State Of Origin and A-League Men’s Grand Final

It’s a huge week of events in Western Sydney with CommBank Stadium gearing up to host two sporting blockbusters . . . Ampol Women’s State of Origin 1 on Thursday night and the highly anticipated Isuzu UTE Men’s A-League Grand Final on Saturday night.

The City of Parramatta will come alive as large crowds turn out for both feature events, with restaurants and bars in Eat Street and throughout Parramatta welcoming fans pre-and-post games.

CommBank Stadium CEO Daryl Kerry has urged fans to take advantage of the fact return travel on Sydney Trains, Metro and Light Rail services is included in tickets to both big events. Fans only need to show their event ticket to Transport staff when boarding services.

“There is real excitement around these two events at CommBank Stadium and great family entertainment is planned at both the Women’s State of Origin game on Thursday and the A-League Men’s Grand Final on Saturday,” Mr Kerry said.

“The best advice is to take advantage of the train travel being included in tickets, arrive early, and soak up the big-game atmosphere.”

A crowd of more than 10,000 is expected on Thursday night as the NSW Sky Blues strive to defend their State of Origin crown won last year from the marauding Maroons who have won 18 of the past 24 series.

Tickets start from just $20 for adults with Family Tickets from $40, with kids under-15 free with a paying adult. Gates open at 5:15pm with a big night of entertainment planned ahead of the 7:45pm kick-off.

The Sky Blues team is stacked with star performers, including the electrifying Emma Tonegato at fullback, centres Isabelle Kelly and Jessica Sergis and power props Kezie Apps and Millie Boyle.

Kelly won the Nellie Doherty Medal as Player of the Series last year.

 On Saturday, all eyes will be on the Isuzu UTE Men’s A-League Grand Final when Melbourne City, the best performed team of season 2022/23, line up against the surging Central Coast Mariners.

It will be the first Grand Final since 2012/13 for the Mariners who have defied the odds to win their way through the decider and they will bring scores of fans and a wave of Yellow and Navy to CommBank Stadium for their shot at title glory.

But the team with the smallest budget in the A-League will be up against arguably the A-League’s richest club Melbourne City, who are now in to their fourth Grand Final in as many years, triumphing in 2020/21 but suffering heart breaking losses to Sydney FC in 2019/20 and again to Western United last season.

The two sides faced off twice in the regular season, with City winning the first encounter 1-0 in sweltering conditions before a gripping 1-1 draw in Round 24 which was one of the games of the season, littered with chances down either end and played at a relentless tempo.

A near full house is anticipated at CommBank Stadium, with the stands expected to feature plenty of Yellow and Navy Blue as Mariners fans have snapped up a majority of tickets.

A convoy of buses will barrel down the M1 on Saturday from Gosford, bringing thousands of Mariners fans to the Grand Final.

However, there will still be a solid number of fans singing for the Sky Blue, Red and White of Melbourne City, along with a number of neutral football fans keen to witness the Grand Final after a fantastic season of football.

Gates open at 6:15pm on Saturday with a big night of off-field entertainment highlighted by a performance by popular electric band Mashd N Kutcher. There’s also street food, a pre-match show and fireworks, along with a trophy presentation to the winning team at fulltime.

Tickets to Ampol Women’s State of Origin Game 1

Tickets to the Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s Grand Final

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CommBank Stadium Isuzu UTE A-League Grand Final 2023

Everything you need to know about the A-League Men’s Grand Final at CommBank Stadium

It’s 1 v 2 in this year’s Isuzu UTE A-League Men’s Grand Final as back-to-back-to-back premiers Melbourne City face perennial underdogs Central Coast Mariners in what is sure to be a scintillating final at CommBank Stadium.

Who will you be cheering for on Grand Final night, when a huge celebration of football is planned?

Will you sing for the Yellow and Navy Blue of Central Coast Mariners, or the Sky Blue, Red and White of Melbourne City?

Be here at CommBank Stadium to Witness Greatness on the Biggest Stage.

Tickets on sale now through Ticketek only: click here for Tickets 

Event Day Schedule

6:15pm: Gates Open
7:45pm: A-League Men’s Grand Final: Melbourne City v Central Coast Mariners


  • Melbourne City and Central Coast Mariners Club Members
    – Members receive a 20% discount.
  • General Public
    – on sale from 11am, Wednesday 24 May 2023

Getting to the Stadium

Important Traffic & Transport Information:

Fans are strongly encouraged to ARRIVE EARLY to avoid queues. Parramatta CBD is a short walk from CommBank Stadium and will be a hive of action on Saturday pre-and-post-game. A big crowd is on the way so make sure you are inside the Stadium early to soak up the pre-match atmosphere!

If you intend to drive, there is plenty of parking close to CommBank Stadium in the Parramatta CBD, but leave additional time to park and walk to the Stadium

Valid pre-purchased tickets to the 2022/2023 A-League Men Grand Final at CommBank Stadium include travel on the following transport services, just show your event ticket to Transport staff when boarding services:

  • Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink Intercity services (non-booked services bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst, Scone and Dungog stations)
  • Sydney Metro North West services
  • Sydney and Newcastle Light Rail services


CommBank Stadium is a 12 to 15-minute easy walk from Parramatta Station – and you can always drop in to a café, eatery or bar on the way! See Route.

Alternatively, you catch a train to Westmead Station then head to CommBank Stadium through Parramatta Park. See Route.

Patrons are advised to take advantage of the regular trains running to and from Parramatta Station to avoid expected heavy congestion and traffic on roads in and around Parramatta.

Trains to Parramatta run every 10 to 15 minutes and bus services will run regularly throughout the night.


Plenty of regular route bus services run to and from Parramatta Interchange which is within a 12 to 15-minute walk of CommBank Stadium.

From the interchange head down Argyle St, Church St and take either the Riverside Walk or walk through Prince Alfred Square to get to the Stadium on O’Connell St. See Route.

Alternatively, some bus routes also make stops along O’Connell St outside the Stadium.


The two closest taxi drop-off and pick-up points are located at Marist Place near Victoria Road and Villers Street near Victoria Road.

It is a short walk to CommBank Stadium from each of these drop-off points.

Please check for any road closures and exclusion zones in place for individual events when arriving by taxi.


For fans who intend to drive, there are a number of public parking stations close to the venue for patrons seeking to park in the area including:

  • Wentworth Street Car Park – 1,150 spaces
  • Justice Precinct Car Park – 497 spaces (Hunter Street)
  • Eat Street Car Park – 560 spaces (George Street)

Please note that traffic volume and demand for event parking in the local area is usually high. It’s recommended therefore that you plan your trip and your vehicle parking.

More information on various council and commercial car parks and car parks for vehicles with mobility parking permits is available here.

Travel Packages:

  • Travelling fans from Melbourne can access exclusive travel deals, including an exclusive discount code from Qantas for City fans travelling to Sydney for the Grand Final from Victoria.
  • A-Leagues’ official accommodation partner IHG is also offering fans access to a 15% discount.
  • There will also be special offers in partnership with participating Grand Final teams to support travelling fans, including exclusive offers from Sportsnet Holidays.

Food and Beverage

Make Grand Final Day special and arrive early to enjoy some quality footy fare and beverages while soaking up the big-game atmosphere.

Outside CommBank Stadium, there will be a range of specialty food trucks in the precinct near Gate B which will be selling a number of delicious treats from up to an hour before Gates Open and will be available up to an hour after the event concludes.

CommBank Stadium itself features a range of high-quality food including traditional footy fare like gourmet burgers and hot dogs. Special Grand Final game-day treats include Butter Chicken Loaded Fries (available at Aisle 107 and 115) and the Tandoori Chicken Burger (available at Aisle 126).

CommBank Stadium is conveniently located close to the Parramatta CBD, which offers a multitude of cafes, bars and eateries


Team specific merchandise will be available for sale at two different outlets (Internal Gate A & B) inside the stadium.


Winter is upon us and the temperatures are getting cooler at night. While every seat is undercover at CommBank Stadium, we recommend dressing for the conditions. For the latest forecast, please click here.

Entry requirements

Corporate Entry: Via Gate F.

Central Coast Mariners Active Support: Via Gate D

Melbourne City Support: Via Gate A

All Other Ticket Holders: Via the Gate on your ticket.

Conditions of Entry: click here

Everything you need

  • General Admission tickets for the A-League Men’s Grand Final at CommBank Stadium on Saturday 3 June are on sale here.
  • You can experience the Grand Final in style with Premium Catered Hospitality options – click here.
  • Visiting Sydney? Why not make a weekend of it. Check out where to stay and play here:.

Enjoy the game!

Information on this page is correct at time of publishing but may be subject to change.

It’s Eels v Tigers in a Round 1 NRLW standalone blockbuster at CommBank Stadium

  • 2023 NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership Draw announced with 3 scheduled regular-season games at CommBank Stadium;
  • Round 1: Parramatta Eels v Wests Tigers at CommBank Stadium, Sunday 23 July;
  • Round 3: Parramatta Eels v Newcastle Knights at CommBank Stadium, Sunday 6 August;
  • Round 5: Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra Dragons, Saturday 19 August.

For the full NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership draw, please click here.

The Parramatta Eels will play two NRLW matches at CommBank Stadium in season 2023 – including a Round 1 stand-alone blockbuster against premiership debutantes Wests Tigers on Sunday 23 July (12noon kick-off).

The Dean Widders-coached Parra Eels women will also play a Round 3 match against the Newcastle Knights on Sunday 6 August at CommBank Stadium (12noon kick-off) as a double-header with the Eels’ NRL game against St George Illawarra Dragons.

The Wests Tigers, in their inaugural NRLW season, will play one home match at CommBank Stadium in Round 5 against St George Illawarra Dragons on Saturday 19 August (12:50pm kick-off) as a double-header before the Tigers’ NRL side takes on Wayne Bennett’s Dolphins at 3pm. The Tigers’ squad will feature Australia and NSW captain Kezie Apps and will be coached by Brett Kimmorley.

The biggest NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership ever will feature nine rounds, double headers and, for the first time, matches in primetime.

The NRL on Thursday released the schedule for the 2023 NRLW season, which will include new teams Wests Tigers, Canberra Raiders, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and North Queensland Cowboys.

The competition will kick off on Saturday 22 July with a new Queensland derby clash between Gold Coast Titans and competition newcomers North Queensland Cowboys at Cbus Super Stadium, followed by Premiers Newcastle Knights taking on St George Illawarra Dragons at McDonald Jones Stadium.

Round One will also feature standalone matches at Sunshine Coast Stadium (Brisbane Broncos against Sydney Roosters in the first ever NRLW primetime fixture) and the CommBank Stadium fixture (Parramatta Eels against Wests Tigers). New teams Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and Canberra Raiders will face off in the final clash of the first round, as part of a Sharks Club double header at PointsBet Stadium.

The new Premiership will feature nine standalone double headers in all Club markets (Townsville, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney and Canberra), as well as 18 Club double headers (NRLW matches before NRL fixtures). All Club fans will have the opportunity to show their support for the women’s teams at home with every team to host a Club double header.

The schedule will also include fixtures at classic rugby league suburban stadiums and state-of-the-art new facilities, including Sunshine Coast Stadium, WIN Stadium, Queensland Country Bank Stadium, GIO Stadium, PointsBet Stadium, Totally Workwear Stadium (Langlands Park), CommBank Stadium, Campbelltown Stadium, Industree Group Stadium and Belmore Sports Ground, creating greater opportunity to connect with fans and key market areas.

Round Two will feature the south-east Queensland derby between Brisbane Broncos and Gold Coast Titans, ahead of the Broncos’ Thursday night NRL match against Sydney Roosters at the Gabba, marking the first time a football code has played a women’s and men’s double header at the ground.

Round Three will feature an all-Queensland double header at QCBS Stadium, Townsville, involving North Queensland Cowboys and Brisbane Broncos in both the men’s and women’s competition, as well as the Grand Final rematch between Parramatta Eels and Newcastle Knights at CommBank Stadium, ahead of the Eels’ NRL clash with St George Illawarra Dragons.

The final two rounds will feature primetime Thursday night matches for the first time ever – with NRLW kicking off the weekend of footy when the Sharks and the Dragons facing off on in Round 8, followed by Wests Tigers against 2022 Premiers Newcastle Knights the following Thursday in Round 9.

The NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership Grand Final will be played on Sunday 1 October before the men’s decider.

The draw has been completed through detailed consultation with Clubs, the RLPA and partners to manage the complexity of a number of constraints this year, including the loss of stadiums due to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

“This year’s NRL Telstra Women’s Premiership will be super charged with four new teams, nine regular-season rounds, followed by semi-finals and a Grand Final,” NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said.

“In 2023, there will be new rivalries and new timeslots with every match being broadcast on free-to-air TV nationally with primetime coverage for the first time ever.

“The schedule will include a balance of standalone double headers, Club double headers and standalone fixtures at new venues, aimed at maximising the opportunity for fans to experience the Premiership live or on broadcast across a range of markets,” Abdo said.

Every match of the season will be available for fans to watch on the Nine Network, Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

CommBank Stadium

Celebrating 4 Years at CommBank Stadium – the Home of Sport & Entertainment in Western Sydney

Happy Birthday, CommBank Stadium. It’s four years today since CommBank Stadium opened its doors to the community.

In that four years, the Stadium has quickly become part of the sporting and social fabric of booming Western Sydney.

In coming weeks, CommBank Stadium will welcome its 2 millionth fan through the gates, with 1,943,297 fans having so far turned out for 180 ticketed sport and entertainment events at the Stadium.

Another 100,000-plus people have attended the Stadium for business, community, charity and cultural events, with the Stadium hosting scores of off-field events each week in the venue’s function rooms.


Nicknamed PARRAdise for Parramatta Eels home games and Wanderland whenever the Western Sydney Wanderers play at home, CommBank Stadium regularly hosts NRL and NRLW, A-Leagues Men & Women’s games, Rugby Test matches and Rugby Sevens internationals, Socceroos and Matildas football internationals. It has hosted the Sydney SuperFight boxing event featuring Tim Tszyu, plus a number of community sporting events.

Built “For The Fans”, the 30,000-seat CommBank Stadium at North Parramatta (generically named Western Sydney Stadium) features the steepest grandstands in the country and offers a unique game-day experience, with fans closer to the action than ever before.

More than 30,000 fans turned out on Sunday 14 April, 2019 for a Community Open Day, which doubled as a test event for the Stadium.

Mitchell Moses is the top points scorer at the Stadium

Parramatta Eels Members and supporters will never forget their team’s first game on the hallowed turf on Easter Monday, eight days later. Cheered on by a capacity crowd of 29,047, the Eels thrashed Western Sydney rivals Wests Tigers 51-6, with halfback Mitchell Moses – who grew up close to the Stadium – creating history by scoring the first try and kicking the first goal and field goal at the new Stadium, built on a historic sporting precinct at Parramatta.

The highest attendance to date at CommBank Stadium was the 29,372 posted for the Eels’ stunning Finals win over the Brisbane Broncos on 15 September 2019, with the Eels triumphant 58-0.

The Western Sydney Wanderers’ first game was against famous touring English club Leeds United on 20 July, 2019, with the game going down to the wire before Leeds snuck home in injury time.

Mitch Duke celebrates scoring the winner in the first derby at CommBank Stadium

The Wanderers set a football crowd benchmark on 26 October 2019 when 28,519 turned out for the Sydney Derby against arch-rivals Sydney FC, the Wanderers winning 1-0 thanks to a Mitch Duke special.

The Stadium has welcomed Australian rock legends Cold Chisel and Hoodoo Gurus and global superstar Sir Elton John, hosted stunning black-tie functions including charity partner Ronald McDonald House Greater Western Sydney’s 40th anniversary event, and even hosted a successful Drive-In movie theatre and a hugely popular Pixar Putt mini golf course in the precinct.

CommBank Stadium played a central role for Sydney during the global pandemic, hosting numerous NRL and A-League events in a controlled environment, and it was the first stadium in NSW to host events after the 100-days lockdown in 2021.

Western Sydney Long Lunch in December 2022

Last December, the Stadium hosted Western Sydney’s Long Lunch to kick-start Sydney’s summer of events. It featured a menu designed by Australian food icon Matt Moran, as well as a performance by superstar vocal group Human Nature.

A huge 2023 is unfolding at CommBank Stadium as the Wanderers strive for A-League glory and the Eels push for NRL Finals.

The Liberty A-League Women’s Grand Final will be played at CommBank Stadium on Sunday 30 April, and the Isuzu UTE Men’s Grand Final soon after.

On Saturday 15 July, the Wallabies will host Argentina in the only rugby international in Sydney this year.

Wallabies will play Argentina later this year
Mr Monopoly holding the CommBank Stadium card art

CommBank Stadium has won 20 different awards across architecture and design, construction and engineering, tourism and leisure, sustainability, operations and function since it opened with a Community Open Day on 14 April 2019.

In 2020, it was the first stadium in the world to be awarded LEED v4 Gold Certification from the US Green Building Council for sustainability.

A City of Parramatta council report in 2019 showed that major events at CommBank Stadium can inject as much as $1 million into the local business community as fans pour into the city pre and post-game.

So it was fitting, perhaps, that CommBank Stadium was this year allocated a place name on the new Parramatta edition of the world’s most famous board game, Monopoly.

Happy Birthday, CommBank Stadium!

Your Move! Parramatta Monopoly launched at CommBank Stadium

Member for Parramatta and City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Donna Davis with Mr Monopoly

After months of anticipation, Parramatta, Sydney’s second CBD, is celebrating the official launch of the Parramatta MONOPOLY board.

The new Member for Parramatta and City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Donna Davis launched the Parramatta edition of Monopoly along with local business representatives and members of the public at CommBank Stadium in Parramatta on Wednesday.

Locals and visitors can now celebrate the diverse and multicultural scene the city has to offer all while playing the world’s most famous board game!

Over the last few months, thousands of locals from Parramatta have been carefully selecting the best locations to feature on the board.  After much deliberation and anticipation, the final custom themed squares have been announced.

The custom themed squares on the Parramatta MONOPOLY board are:

  • Brown – Parramatta River and Lake Parramatta
  • Light Blue – Elizabeth Farm, St John’s Cathedral and Experiment Farm Cottage
  • Pink – Parramatta Lanes, Riverside Theatres and Phive Parramatta
  • Orange – Lil Miss Collins Café, Alex & CO and Ciccia Bella
  • Red – Church Street, Westfields and Parramatta Farmers Market
  • Yellow – Rosehill Racecourse, Parramatta Aquatic Centre and CommBank Stadium
  • Dark Blue – Old Government House and Parramatta Park
  • Transport – Parramatta Interchange, Parramatta Light Rail, Parramatta Train Station, Parramatta Wharf.
  • Tax – Parramatta Chamber of Commerce
  • Utilities – TLH Group, Sellanes Clark Lawyers and Immigration specialists
  • Community Chest – Stones Realty
  • Official Bank Partner – Commonwealth Bank

City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Donna Davis said:  “I’ve always been passionate about putting Parramatta on the map. Now we have our own board game, celebrating our heritage and the places and attractions that make our City unique.

“It’s exciting that our City stars in its own new edition of Monopoly Parramatta. Roll the dice and visit Parramatta’s favourite landmarks from PHIVE to Elizabeth Farm, the much-loved Riverside Theatres, the soon-to-be opened Parramatta Aquatic Centre and, of course CommBank Stadium.

“Monopoly Parramatta showcases all there is to love about our City, and proves Parramatta is a world-class destination.”

Dale Hackett, representative from Winning Moves – the makers of custom Monopoly Boards, said: “Parramatta is such a buzzing city full of multicultural art and food and is loved for its rich history. We are excited to launch this new edition and celebrate the area and everything it offers locals and visitors in Sydney.

The MONOPOLY game first hit shelves in 1935 and has since been played by more than 1 billion people. Today, the game is adored all around the world, being played in 114 countries and enjoyed in over 47 different languages.

The new MONOPOLY: Parramatta Edition is available now from local retailers.

Member for Parramatta and City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Donna Davis throwing the dice with Mr Monopoly

CommBank Stadium lights up Green & Gold as football fans welcome home Socceroos heroes on Friday night

The Socceroos play Ecuador on Friday night at CommBank Stadium, the match billed as something of a “Thank You” to fans who so lifted the team on their memorable run to the Round of 16 in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™.

And for sure there’ll be mutual admiration from players to fans and back again. It was a brilliant journey for the nation and with a bit of luck Australia could’ve gone deeper – how we leapt in the air when Garang Kuol nearly slid one past Argentina goal-keeper Emiliano “Dibu” Martinez.

Today Kuol, 18, is but one of the storylines among those picked by Socceroos coach Graham Arnold. And while 20 of the 26-man squad were in Qatar, there’s plenty of interest in how uncapped young ones go.

Consider Alexander Robertson. The 19-year-old played junior football with Hakoah Sydney City East FC before heading to the UK to play youth team football at famous Manchester United.

He was then poached by cross-town rivals Manchester City, where he currently trains as a midfielder under Pep Guardiola and alongside superstars Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne.

Robertson also represented England at several junior levels and qualifies to represent Scotland and Peru. Yet when Arnold called ahead of the Socceroos game against Ecuador on Friday night at CommBank Stadium, Robertson was all in for Australia.

A family matter, you see. If he gets on the field, Robertson will follow in the footsteps of father Mark (who debuted for the Socceroos in 2001) and grandfather Alex Snr (1984).

“To be a third generation to pull on that Socceroos jersey would be something special,” Robertson says.

On the players he’s largely meeting for the first time this week, Robertson says he can’t wait to be a part of what appears such a strong and happy camp.

“I feel like the whole group and the camp itself, looking from the outside, looks really strong. They all look ‘together’ as a team and you saw that at the World Cup.

“Me going in there, I can’t wait to go and play with good players. I just want to add my qualities and values to the team and then hopefully we can get some more success in the future,” Robertson says.

Fans will have a first peak at that future on Friday night at CommBank Stadium when the Socceroos campaign for the FIFA World Cup 2026™ in North America and Mexico begins.

While this match is being promoted as a homecoming, it’s three years from when Arnold will have a good idea of his squad. Thus every match in the green-and-gold is a chance to impress the gaffer.

Along with established stars jetting in from leagues around the world – names like Maty Ryan, Milos Degenek, Aaron Mooy and Mitch Duke were on front and back pages last year – Arnold has picked several uncapped players along with Robertson, notably Aiden O’Neill (24, Melbourne City), Joe Gauci (22, Adelaide United) and Jordan Bos (20, Melbourne City).

The exotically-named Nestory Irankunda – a goal-scoring winger from Adelaide United who turned 17 in February – has been brought into the squad as a “train-on” player. Arnold, though, has hinted Irankunda might spend some minutes on the field.

And if that happens and the Tanzanian teengager does half of what Kuol did for the A-Leagues All Stars in last year’s match against Barcelona, Arnold will have found another hot one.

And another great story of Australia.

Arnold says Irankunda has “special qualities”.

“For a kid at the age of 17 . . . the physique on him, the speed on him – it’s exciting.

“He’s coming in for an experience but that’s not ruling out game time,” Arnold says.

While important to his forward planning for 2026, for Arnold the match is also a chance to give back to fans. The Socceroos took the country on a trip in Qatar in 2022 and the players and officials were very aware of the buzz they created back home. Indeed they thrived on it.

“We saw the scenes back home in Australia during the World Cup and it would be wonderful to recreate that buzz and excitement during this upcoming series, where football fans can thank the players for their efforts and together, we can reminisce on a special moment in Australian sporting history,” Arnold says.

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