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Oct 30, 2008   |  9:20PM AET

Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets for Canberra United’s inaugural home game on Sunday, 9th November against the popular Central Coast Mariners are now available for purchase.

Tickets for Canberra United-s inaugural home game on Sunday, 9th November against the popular Central Coast Mariners are now available for purchase through the Capital Football office in Deakin, the Tradies Clubs in Dickson and Woden or at the gate on match days.

The Westfield W-League games at McKellar Park (formerly Belconnen Soccer Centre) will be a family friendly environment catering for both parents and kids with plenty of entertainment both on and off the pitch.

“We want Canberra United games to be attractive to the whole football family not just female fans and footballers,” said Canberra United CEO, Heather Reid.

“This is a great opportunity for the local football community to not only get behind Canberra United in the newest national league but remind the FFA about Canberra-s passion for the world game and desire to one day see Canberra United compete in the Hyundai A-League.”

Despite the financial stress many families are currently coping with, Canberra United games will be cheap enough for the whole family to attend with adult tickets selling for $5 while concession tickets retail for $2 and kids under 12 gain free entry.

Canberra United strongly urges supporters to pre-purchase their tickets through the ticketing outlets to avoid disappointment on match days.

“Unlike the Hyundai A-League fixtures we-ve held in the region previously, we-re unable to delay the start of kick off to ensure that supporters- entry the ground so I encourage all supporters to pre-purchase their tickets to avoid the inevitable delays of purchasing tickets on match days,” Reid said.