How to get your ticket for Roar final

Published 2:42pm 7 June 2021

How to get your ticket for Roar final
Words by Nick Crockford

The finals countdown has started for Brisbane Roar with tickets for Sunday’s do-or-die clash with Adelaide on sale this week.

Roar members can now buy book their place at Moreton Daily Stadium for the Elimination Final, which kicks off at 3.05pm.

Roar Members have the opportunity of buying two A-League 2021 Finals Series tickets each for 50 per cent off.

How to get your ticket for Roar final
Former Moreton Bay United player Joey Champness turning it on for Brisbane Roar.

General sale

Remaining tickets for Sunday’s match will go on general sale tomorrow from 9am for Roar’s first home elimination final for four years.

For all ticketing information please visit www.a-league.com.au/tickets

If Roar beat Adelaide they will then travel south for a semi-final against Melbourne City or Sydney. Central Coast face Macarthur in the second elimination final.

Roar and Adelaide each won their home fixture when the sides met in the A-League season where they finished fourth and fifth respectively.

How to get your ticket for Roar final

Ready to Roar

Mayor Peter Flannery said this weekend would be Moreton Bay Region’s time to shine, after Townsville hosts State of Origin on Wednesday.

“Moreton Daily stadium will Roar to life all weekend, with the Intrust Super Cup team taking on Burleigh Bears on Saturday night before the A-League elimination final on Sunday,” Mayor Flannery said.

“Our record investment in sports infrastructure in recent years is paying dividends, and I know local businesses will enjoy the injection of spending from Gold Coast and interstate visitors with these two matches.”

Gates will open at 1.30pm on Sunday for the Elimination Final. Supporters are urged to arrive early to easy congestion close to kick-off.

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