The A-League’s 2014/15 runners up Sydney FC have launched a super value deal to attract fans to this year’s Asian Champions League fixtures. The Sky Blues – grouped with glamour clubs Guangzhou Evergrande and Urawa Reds – are offering fans the opportunity to watch all three home games for a total of $45.
The $45 deal provides ‘general admission’ access for adults, while students and children can enter for less ($35 & $15 respectively). For those that prefer the premium seats (situated on the half-way line) you will pay a maximum of $75 to watch all three home fixtures.
Sydney FC seating plan
Sydney FC’s Allianz Stadium – seating plan.
It’s a great initiative from Sydney FC as few A-League fans share the same enthusiasm East Asian Soccer bloggers do for the ACL. Though these clubs and players are the best in the Asian Football Confederation, none are household names, thus cut price deals are the order of the day. Hats off to the decision makers at the harbour city.
Sydney’s ACL campaign begins on February 24th, when they take on Urawa Reds in Japan. However, their first home game is against the mighty Guangzhou Evergrande on March 2nd. The full list of fixtures can be found below.
Meanwhile, the Sky Blues will have to compete without talented fullback Alex Gersbach. The 18 year old has left the A-League for Rosenborg in Norway.
Urawa Reds v Sydney FC (24th Feb)
Sydney FC v Guangzhou Evergrande (2nd March)
Play off winner v Sydney FC (16th March)
Sydney FC v Play off winner (5th April)
Guangzhou Evergrande v Sydney FC (20th April)
Sydney FC v Urawa Reds (4th May)