Football Australia show at CommBank Stadium


CommBank stadium to host Australian Cup Final Image: Populous

Football Australia announced on September 16th that the CommBank Stadium in Sydney (Australia) will host the much-anticipated Australia Cup 2022 Final between the semi-professional soccer club Sydney United 58 FC and the Australian professional soccer club Macarthur FC on October 1st (7.45 pm AEST).

‘Football Australia’ stated that family and fan-friendly ticket prices have been set for the occasion and will go on pre-sale at 2.00 pm AEST on September 21st, with general on-sale at 4.00pm AEST on September 21st via Ticketek.

The 30,000-capacity Western Sydney Stadium, commercially known as the CommBank Stadium, is a multipurpose rectangular stadium located in Parramatta, within the Greater Western Sydney region (Australia), approximately 24 km West of the Sydney City Centre.

The Australia Cup, formerly known as the FFA Cup until the 2021 season, is the national football knockout cup competition in Australia. This annual competition is organized by Football Australia, formerly known as the Football Federation Australia until 2020.

‘Football Australia’ further stated that in qualifying for the Australia Cup 2022 Final, the Sydney United 58 FC become the first semi-professional outfit to feature in Australian football’s premier knockout competition in the modern era when they take on Isuzu UTE A-League Men side, Macarthur FC.

The Sydney United 58 FC are a storied club who enjoyed success during the National Soccer League era, producing many Socceroos (Australia national football team) including the likes of current Socceroos Head Coach Graham Arnold, Mark Bosnich, Tim Cahill, Jason Culina, Craig Foster, Mile Jedinak, Zeljko Kalac, Eddie Krncevic, Tony Popovic, Robbie Slater, Ned Zelic, and David Zdrilic.

The Australia Cup 2022 Final will also be the first professional Final as a Head Coach for the former Trinidad & Tobago International and the Premier League team Manchester United F.C. (UK) legend, Dwight Yorke. Yorke, who was appointed in May, has assembled an impressive roster heading into the 2022-2023 Isuzu UTE A-League Men season including the prized signing of Daniel Arzani, who has three goals during their Australia Cup 2022 run to date.

The Australia Cup is the only competition in Australian sport where amateur clubs get the opportunity to compete against the sport’s premier clubs in their shared vision of being crowned Cup Winners. In 2022, 742 clubs competed in this year’s competition, with two remaining: Sydney United 58 FC and Macarthur FC.

Club Member Offer

Current members of both Sydney United 58 FC and Macarthur FC will receive an exclusive 10 percent and limited time only discount off all ticket categories (excluding hospitality packages) when purchasing online from 2.00 pm AEST, September 21st and 4.00 pm AEST, September 23rd.

Club members will receive an email from their respective clubs prior to the pre-sale.

Australia Cup 2022 Final Details


Sydney United 58 FC vs. Macarthur FC

Date: October 1st, 2022
Venue: CommBank Stadium, Parramatta, New South Wales (NSW)
Kick-off: 7.45 pm AEST
Gates Open: 6.30 pm AEST

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