After the final release for tickets sold out, fans are being urged to arrive early at Allianz Stadium for the Hyundai A-League 2013 Grand Final.
The 45,000 fans holding tickets or entitlements to Sunday-s sold out Hyundai A-League 2013 Grand Final are urged to arrive early at Allianz Stadium.
Fans should allow plenty of time to get to the event due to the congested road and pedestrian traffic in and around Moore Park on major event days.
The easiest option is to use the public transport services that are included in every ticket at no extra charge. Leave the car at home and plan your public transport route at 131500.com.au.
“Like a football match itself, it-s all about timing your run,” said FFA CEO David Gallop. “Don-t leave it too late and risk missing a minute. This is history in the making.”
The following timetable gives fans plenty to see inside Allianz Stadium.
2:00pm – Gates open to the public
2:00pm – Precinct activities, including photo op with Hyundai A-League Championship trophy, face painters, interactive games, giveaways
3:10pm – Mascot relay race
3:20pm – Teams enter field of play for team warm up
3:25pm – Presentation to retiring Hyundai A-League players
3:50pm – Warm-up finishes. Pre-Match Show commences
4:00pm – Kick off Hyundai A-League 2013 Grand Final
The final limited release tickets was quickly sold today for the decider between Western Sydney Wanderers v Central Coast Mariners. No tickets will be available at Allianz Stadium on Sunday and fans without tickets are encouraged to watch the match on Fox Sports 1 HD from 3pm.
Police and security will carry out a high-visibility operation to ensure a safe and secure environment, including screening of all bags entering the ground.
Ticket holders can use any of the City Rail, regular Sydney Buses (STA), Liverpool to Parramatta T-Way buses and Sydney Ferries services to get to the match at Parramatta Stadium, for no extra charge.
Due to significant track work in Sydney-s CBD including the City Circle, Inner West and Airport Lines, special event buses from Wynyard, Central and Circular Quay stations direct to Allianz Stadium at Moore Park will run between 1.30pm and 3.45pm on Sunday.
Return buses will operate for an hour after the event.
* Fans heading to the game on trains from the North Shore Line are advised to get off at Wynyard station and jump on special event buses to Allianz Stadium.
* Western Line, South Line, Northern Line, Central Coast, South Coast and Southern Highlands fans will be able to catch the train to Central and jump on special event buses to Allianz Stadium.
For timetables, maps and trip planning visit 131500.com.au.