The FIFA Women’s World Cup captivated the nation and young Australian fans can continue to ride that wave with the free pass to see their Liberty A-League heroes in the flesh.
The Liberty A-League Pass was introduced last season but there is one big change for the upcoming campaign, with free entry now available to ALL people aged 16 or under to every 2023-24 match throughout the Liberty A-League home and away campaign*.
Already 20,000 young fans have signed up!
CALLING ALL YOUNG FANS: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE LIBERTY A-LEAGUE PASS
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That means unlimited matches live during the regular season to watch current and future Matildas like Sydney FC’s Cortnee Vine and Central Coast Mariners recruit Kyah Simon. 100% of Australia’s squad for the 2023 Women’s World Cup came through the Liberty A-League.
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All you need to do is fill in a registration form online and you’ll receive your exclusive digital pass within a few days.
The 2023-24 season kicks off on October 14 and is shaping up as the biggest one yet with the re-introduction of Central Coast Mariners and more matches than ever before.
With the Mariners joining the competition, the Liberty A-League extends to a 22-game regular season as defending champions Sydney FC try to claim back-to-back titles.
Don’t miss your chance to see Liberty A-League football live and loud week in, week out! The Liberty A-League Pass gives youngsters 16 and younger that chance, for free, for all 22 rounds of the extended 2023-24 campaign.
*The Liberty A-League Pass is not available Wellington Phoenix home games as the club has its own exciting offer for young fans. The offer will be announced in the near future.