Match Day Guide: Sydney Derby

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Saturday night’s blockbuster Sydney Derby at CommBank Stadium.


Isuzu UTE A-League
Western Sydney Wanderers v Sydney FC
Saturday 5 March 2022
CommBank Stadium, 7:45pm


Corporate Gates open: 6:15pm
General Public Gates open: 6:30pm
March from Prince Alfred Park to CommBank Stadium: 6:30pm
Isuzu UTE A-League kick-off: 7:45pm


2021/22 Season Member? (Premium, Ticketed, Part-Season/Flexi, Group Pass and WanderPass)
You can now use your membership card or digital wallet to scan into the match. 

Non-Ticketed member? (A-League Women, Supporter, Interstate, International, Digital Wanderer, Toddler, Baby)
You will need to purchase your ticket to the match. Click here to get your tickets. 

Bringing a large group?
Check out our Group Ticket offers for ticket discount and experiences.

Issues on the day?
Visit the Membership Enquiries Window at the ticket box at Gate B. The Membership Marquee will also be available to answer any queries at Gate B.


Wanderers Members Lapel Pin Collection
Members will be able to collect their eighth lapel pin from the Aisle 118 featuring Mark Bridge. Limited to the first 3,000, members must show member card and proof of identity to redeem. An allocation of lapel pins will be made available to premium members (Legends Lounge, 1880 Club and 2012 Club) in the Western Stand.

Members Wall
Check out the Members Wall at Aisle 224!

Members Bar is back!
Visit the Members Bar at aisle 120 and experience Wanderland with your fellow Wanderers members.

  • Exclusive food and beverage options available
  • Collect your Team of the Decade Mark Bridge lapel pin
  • Join in on fun games and activities to entertain the whole family
  • Get your photo taken with Wanderers themed emojis and wall prints
  • Check out the big screen as we showcase a classic match
  • Take part in unique trivia competitions


The closest station to CommBank Stadium is Parramatta Station, which is approximately a 10 minute walk from the stadium. Alternatively, you catch a train to Westmead Station then head to CommBank Stadium through Parramatta Park.

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 run regularly throughout the night.

Plenty of regular route bus services run to and from Parramatta Interchange which is within a 10 minute walking distance 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.

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


For those who plan to drive to events, there is generally no public parking available on site at the Stadium. 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.

Event Day Traffic
Roads approaching CommBank Stadium are expected to be busier than usual with fans making their way to the event during afternoon peak. If you are planning on driving, allow additional travel time. For the latest traffic information check Live Traffic NSW or download a real-time traffic app.