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Watch the game live at CBD site

FANS can sing for the Western Sydney Wanderers in the early hours of the morning on Sunday, November 2 at a live site and watch the game on a 4.8 by 2.4 metre outdoor screen in Parramatta as the Wanderers take on Al Hilal at the Asian Champions League Final (ACL).

Parramatta City Council has partnered with the Western Sydney Wanderers and FOX SPORTS to host the live site for the ACL Final for the first time in Parramatta.

Deputy Lord Mayor Cr Steven Issa who lobbied to secure the live site said it is a great opportunity for activation and promotion of the city.

“I’m so happy to hear the live site will go ahead. With fans now being able to collectively share their support, I’m sure the energy and enthusiasm will make the event a memorable occasion.

“The live site will provide an opportunity for fans to come together and share their support in a family-friendly atmosphere.

Lord Mayor of Parramatta Cr Scott Lloyd said he is proud of the Club’s achievements and he is confident the Wanderers will continue to be a success.

LIVE CROSS WITH THE TEAM: There will be a live cross to the Wanderers players in Saudi Arabia from the Foundations Festival on Sunday, November 2 at 8.15pm, Rosella concert stage, along Church Street, Parramatta.

The live site is a strictly no alcohol event. For further information on the event call Parramatta City Council 9806 5050.


Michael Walls
0407 783 413

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