The Australian Professional Leagues (APL) has unveiled CommBank Stadium in Sydney as the hosting venue for the Liberty A-League Women Grand Final on Sunday 30 April.
Ticket sales will open on Tuesday 21 February giving fans more opportunity than ever before to plan as the A-Leagues hope to achieve a record crowd at the women’s showpiece event.
The marketing campaign for the Liberty A-League Grand Final has also kicked off with fans who attended the 2023 Cup of Nations in February able to access special ticket offers in the coming days.
In a historic year for women’s football, with sell-out CommBank Matildas crowds and 500,000 tickets already sold for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, the Liberty A-League Women’s Grand Final marks another exciting moment on the women’s football calendar.
Commenting on the announcement, Danny Townsend, A-Leagues CEO, said: “With more girls playing football than ever before, the Matildas flying high, and the World Cup on our doorstep, this is truly an extraordinary year for women’s football in Australia.
“We have expanded the league by three teams and extended the women’s season to match international benchmarks, so we have all the ingredients in place for the women’s game to explode as we have seen in leagues overseas.
“We want to secure a lasting legacy for women’s football, so we need everyone to get behind the Liberty A-League Women and show the world the incredible talent and support that exists here in Australia and New Zealand.”
The Liberty A-League Grand Final will kick off at 4.00pm AEDT and will be broadcast exclusively on 10Bold, 10Play and Paramount+, with tickets for the match set to go on sale Tuesday 21 February via Ticketek.
Minister for Tourism Ben Franklin said, “Sydney is the nation’s home of football with a huge participation and supporter base and of course the nation’s best football stadium infrastructure. In a year where Sydney is celebrating women’s football with the most games of any city for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, it will be fantastic to see a packed CommBank Stadium for the Liberty A-League Women’s Grand Final as part of that celebration.”