Fans will be able to enjoy a variety of different activities at Stadium Australia pre-match and post-match before our game against the USA on Saturday.
The precinct surrounding Stadium Australia will have activities and pop-up experiences for fans to enjoy, adding to the matchday experience and making our game against the USA one to remember.
The Wiggles will be providing pre-match entertainment before the game, performing Advance Australia Fair. This performance marks the first live public performance by the recently expanded Wiggles line-up.
Cathy Freeman Park will also come alive at the conclusion of the match with the Sydney Olympic Park Authority hosting live entertainment until 7 pm, with food, beverage and retail outlets remaining open in the precinct for spectators to enjoy after the on-field entertainment.
With a big crowd anticipated, Major Event Buses will run directly to the Olympic Park precinct on nine (9) routes from across Greater Sydney on Saturday. Services will start from 11:35 am and run every 5 to 15 minutes.
Services will also run after the game to get fans home. Express train services will run directly from Central Station to Olympic Park Station every 15 minutes from 12:30 pm to 3 pm and between 5 pm and 8 pm after the game.
Commonwealth Bank Matildas v U.S. Women’s National Team
Saturday, 27 November 2021
Venue: Stadium Australia, Sydney
Kick-Off: 3.00pm (AEDT)
Broadcast: 10, Paramount+ and simulcast on 10 Play
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