How to become a member of your Westfield W-League club for 2020/21 Season

The Westfield W-League is set to kick off for another exciting season, and as the 2020/21 campaign approaches there’s no better time than now to secure your seat to watch your favourite club play by becoming a member.

Eight teams will set off to dethrone Melbourne City, who won a convincing Premiership/Championship double in the 2019/20 season.

There’s bound to be thrills, high-octane drama and goals galore as battle resumes in the Westfield W-League, and we’ve outlined all the ways to become a member of your team to show your pride in the stands this season.

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Reds memberships went on sale on Monday, November 2 for both the A-League and Westfield W-League.

The club are offering a range of different options to best suit their fans’ circumstances, including full-season memberships, part-season memberships, discounts on club merchandise, as well as other fantastic deals.

To become an Adelaide United member or for more information CLICK HERE or call the club’s Member Services team on 1300 GO REDS (1300 467 337).

Adelaide United celebrate a goal


With membership starting from $45.00 for the 2020/21 Westfield W-League season, Brisbane Roar fans who decide to become members for the upcoming campaign will receive a range of benefits.

These benefits include access to all Brisbane Roar Westfield W-League home games, exclusivediscounts on tickets to away games (home team dependent), access to members only events and priority purchase for Finals Series tickets.

To become a Brisbane Roar member or for more information CLICK HERE or contact the Membership team on 1300 395 020 or via

Brisbane Roar


Canberra United are offering a range of membership types to suit the needs of any fan ahead of the 2020/21 Westfield W-League campaign.

A ‘Green Membership’ will reserve a seat at every Canberra United home game and a ‘White Membership’ includes a general admission ticket to each home fixture, while a ‘3-Game Flexi Membership’ offers a flexible option to fans hoping to show their support this season.

To become a Canberra United member CLICK HERE or contact the Membership team at 

Canberra United


Another season dawns for Westfield W-League Champions Melbourne City.

With a new-look squad set to defend the club’s title City members are bound for a season packed with entertainment!

City are offering premium and full-season memberships which can be found by CLICKING HERE or logging into your membership account.

Melbourne City Westfield W-League Champions 2020


Melbourne Victory venture into the 2020/21 Westfield W-League campaign determined to build on their second-place finish in 2019/20 to challenge their local rivals Melbourne City for silverware this season.

Members can ensure they see every minute of each home Victory game this season. To become a Melbourne Victory member CLICK HERE or call the membership office on 1300 466 832.

Melbourne Victory


Membership for an exciting new Westfield W-League campaign in Newcastle are available now!

CLICK HERE for a full overview of Westfield W-League membership options, and to sign up today.

Newcastle Jets


Perth Glory venture into uncharted waters this season with new coach Alex Epakis at the helm.

To catch all the action, visit the club website or CLICK HERE for Westfield W-League membership information.

Perth Glory celebrate


Fans of the Sky Blues have the exciting opportunity to join up as members for the 2020/21 Westfield W-League campaign and watch their side content for a fourth-consecutive Grand Final appearance. 

Become a member today by visiting the club website or CLICK HERE for membership information.

Sydney FC huddle


The Red and Black enjoyed their best Westfield W-League campaign to date in 2019/20, reaching a club-first Finals Series campaign under the guidance of Dean Heffernan.

Wanderers fans can become members today by CLICKING HERE, to ensure they have one of the best seats in the house to watch their side attempt to go one step further this season. 

Western Sydney Wanderers