First event tickets for Bankwest Stadium to go on sale Tuesday for Wanderers v Leeds
- Tickets to Western Sydney Wanderers v Leeds United go on sale this Tuesday 18 December at 10am via Ticketek;
- First scheduled football game at the venue will see the Wanderers get their first taste of playing at Bankwest Stadium;
- Tickets start from just $40 with all individual tickets $100 or less.
The Western Sydney Wanderers v Leeds United blockbuster will become the first event to go on sale at the Bankwest Stadium on Tuesday.
General public tickets to the Saturday 20 July game will be available via Ticketek from 10am and give fans their first chance to lock in a seat the new venue.
In good news for fans, tickets start from just $40 for this international blockbuster, with all individual tickets $100 or less, and demand is sure to be high.
The first scheduled football game at Bankwest Stadium will see the Wanderers make their long-awaited debut at the 30,000 seat venue, going up against storied English football club Leeds United.
Bankwest Stadium features the steepest stands in the country, bringing fans closer to the action than ever before. It also features a food and entertainment precinct around the Stadium.
Leeds United share a rich Australian history with former players including Mark Viduka, Harry Kewell and Paul Okon. As a result, they are among the top-6 most supported British clubs here in Australia.
The match will be the first opportunity for Wanderers fans to experience the new Stadium . . . and what an occasion it will be against the storied Leeds United Football Club which will have its own band of loyal supporters.
Leeds are expecting more than 4000 supporters to come from all over the world for this historic match – a special event for the Western Sydney Wanderers club, the Stadium and the people of Western Sydney.
The Wanderers active support will be able to buy into their new home at the northern end of Bankwest Stadium, while Leeds supporters will be located in the south.
Leeds United’s visit to Sydney is supported by the NSW Government through Venues NSW, as well as the Western Sydney Wanderers and Bankwest Stadium Operator, VenuesLive.