AFC Champions League Ticket Information

The Western Sydney Wanderers first foray into the AFC Champions League begins in just over a month when Ulsan Hyundai visit Parramatta Stadium on 26 February 2014.

The Western Sydney Wanderers first foray into the AFC Champions League (ACL) begins in just over a month when Ulsan Hyundai visit Parramatta Stadium on 26 February 2014.

A first year club qualifying for their continental competition is unheard of in world football and the journey will continue when Kawasaki Frontale and Guizhou Renhe visit on 19 March and 22 April respectively.

To ensure you don-t miss out on these historic matches the Wanderers will be releasing a three-match ACL package so you can be there at every game. Individual match tickets will also become available prior to each match.

Members will be given a 10-30% discount on tickets depending on the seating category and will also be given a one week priority purchase window before tickets are opened to the general public.

Tickets will be available to purchase within the next two weeks. Please note Members are not guaranteed the ability to purchase the seat they currently use in the A-League due to AFC ticketing allocation regulations. Therefore all Category A and B seats will be sold on a priority basis - first in, first served.

Members and non-Members are encouraged to register their interest in purchasing tickets to the AFC Champions League by clicking here.

If you are not a Member yet you can still receive the ticket discount, priority purchase window and all non-ticketed Member benefits by signing-up for an Out Of Towner or Supporter Membership.

Out of Towner and Supporter Memberships include a Membership Pack, 10% discount on pre-purchased tickets (Hyundai A-League), 10% discount on Wanderers merchandise and early bird access to Wanderers football clinics. Out of Towners even get a ticket to one of three selected Hyundai A-League matches.

Become a Wanderer by clicking here now.

Ticket on sale information will be available soon. Make sure you don-t miss your chance to witness history as the Wanderers take on the best of Asia for the first time.