Be there as the Wanderers look to break a crowd record

The Western Sydney Wanderers are infamous for breaking records and tonight the Red & Black could be in line to break another.

From being the first Australian club to win the AFC Champions League, the fastest Hyundai A-League club to reach 100 competitive matches and the first Hyundai A-League club to reach two grand finals in its first two years of existence, the Wanderers are now aiming for a crowd record.
 
Hosting Brisbane Roar at Pepper Stadium, Penrith, the Wanderers need a crowd of 5,239 to break the record for the highest attendance at a Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32 match.
 
Currently held by South Coast Wolves when they welcomed Central Coast Mariners to WIN Stadium last year, Wanderers fans can surpass that record with a healthy turnout tonight.
 
Tickets are available at the gate but it is recommended to skip the queue by clicking here and pre-purchasing online. Kick-off is at 7:30pm.
 
Westfield FFA Cup Record Crowds
16,142: Adelaide United v Perth Glory, Final (2014)
8,125: Sydney United 58 v Sydney FC, Round of 16 (2014)
5,238: South Coast Wolves v Central Coast Mariners, Round of 32 (2014)
5,150: Tuggeranong United v Melbourne Victory, Round of 16 (2014)
4,849: Balmain Tigers v Melbourne Victory, Round of 32 (2015)
4,548: Adelaide United v Central Coast Mariners, Semi-Final (2014)
4,053: Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar, Round of 16 (2014)