Full house needed for ACL qualification


With a 2-0 win over Sanfrecce needed, the team is desperate for a full house on Wednesday to lift them to the next level.

The Western Sydney Wanderers are 90 minutes from making Australian football history when they face Sanfrecce Hiroshima in the second leg of the AFC Champions League Round of 16 on Wednesday 14 May at Parramatta Stadium.

With an important away goal scored in the first leg, the Red and Black only need a 2-0 victory to become the first Australian team to make the ACL Quarter Finals on their first attempt but we can only do it with your help.

A packed-out Parramatta Stadium is the most intimidating atmosphere an opposition team can face so play your part and be there in the stands on Wednesday night.

We can do this but need you by our side.

A near full strength team will be available for selection with only Nikolai Topor-Stanley in doubt and with a full week-s rest and an anticipated large crowd the J-League Champions are there for the taking.

Doubling as Shinji Ono-s last ever match for the Wanderers, fittingly against a team from his homeland, the team is motivated to send Ono out a winner and to confirm themselves as one of the premier teams in Asia.

With an average of 2.06 goals per win and clean sheets in 75% of home victories this season the numbers show qualification is definitely within reach.

The players are desperate for another full house to spur them on in one of the biggest matches in the Club-s history so make sure you play your part by being in the stands this Wednesday.

Tickets are available from 9am Friday 9 May by clicking here.

Image credit: Steve Christo