Sydney FC members and their fans can have public transport fares to and from Allianz Stadium covered in the price of their memberships and tickets for the next three years.
Along with other sporting clubs situated at Moore Park, the Sky Blues and the New South Wales Government have come together to ensure getting to the game is easier than ever.
The Sky Blues already have a deal for this season, however with the extension of the deal fans and members of the club will be able to attend games with ease until the end of 2025.
The deal extends to Sydney FC and their fellow Moore Park sports teams and organisations which includes NSW Waratahs, Sydney Roosters, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Swans, Football Australia, Cricket Australia, and Rugby Australia.
Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Adam Santo said via press release:
“We want to make getting to Sydney FC matches at Allianz Stadium as easy and hassle free as possible. You can leave the car at home, simply jump on public transport, show your ticket and enjoy a fantastic night out watching entertaining football at a Sydney FC match.”
Speaking on the extension of the deal, NSW Minister for Sport Alister Henskens added via press release:
“There is truly nothing better than a live event experience, and to help provide greater access to two of Sydney’s premier stadiums is an outstanding result for the supporters of the teams that call Allianz Stadium and the SCG home.”
Minister for Transport David Elliott said via statement:
“Public transport is the best way to get to the Moore Park area with frequent light rail, train and buses servicing the precinct. Now is the perfect time to lock in your Christmas Eve entertainment at Allianz Stadium with the Sydney FC’s A-League Derby double-header”
Members and fans of the Sky Blues wiill not need to tap on and off with their Opal cards and be able to get to Moore Park with just a copy of their ticket, providing some peace of mind before every big match gets underway.