Everything you need to know about tonight’s Isuzu UTE A-League Grand Final

Industree Group Stadium will stage the 2024 Isuzu UTE A-League Grand Final as Premiers Central Coast Mariners host Melbourne Victory in this season’s title decider.

Melbourne Victory finished third at the end of the regular season but stunned Wellington Phoenix across two Semi-Final legs, progressing past the second-placed Phoenix 2-1 on aggregate after a dramatic second leg at Sky Stadium.

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Attention then turned to Gosford where Central Coast Mariners played host to Sydney FC for the remaining spot in the decider; the Mariners led 2-1 after the first leg and a 0-0 draw in game two helped Mark Jackson’s Premiers squeak into the Grand Final where they’ll face Victory for a shot at back-to-back Isuzu UTE A-League Championships and a historic treble.

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The Grand Final is set to take place at Industree Group Stadium, home of the Mariners, on Saturday, May 25, with kick-off scheduled for 7.45pm AEST.

Match details

Central Coast Mariners v Melbourne Victory
Venue: Industree Group Stadium
Saturday, May 25
7.45pm AEST

When can I buy tickets?

Tickets are sold out for the Isuzu UTE A-League 2014 Grand Final.

However, there are two live sites where fans can soak up the atmosphere on the night.

Central Coast Mariners are hosting one at Leagues Club Park, while fans in Melbourne can watch the match at AAMI Park.

How can I watch the Grand Final?

The 2024 Isuzu UTE A-League Men Grand Final will be telecast in Australia live on Network 10 and streamed exclusively on 10 Play and Paramount+, while New Zealand viewers will be able to watch the Grand Final live on Sky Sport. 

Grand Final Squads

Central Coast Mariners

Full squad: 2. Mikael DOKA, 3. Brian KALTAK, 4. Josh NISBET, 6. Max BALARD, 7. Christian THEOHAROUS, 9. Alou KUOL, 14. Dylan WENZEL-HALLS, 15. Storm ROUX, 16. Harry STEELE, 17. Jing REEC, 18. Jacob FARRELL, 20. Danny VUKOVIC (c), 22. Ronald BARCELLOS, 23. Dan HALL, 26. Brad TAPP, 30. Jack WARSHAWSKY, 33. Nathan PAULL, 37. Bailey BRANDTMAN, 39. Miguel DI PIZIO, 99. Ryan EDMONDSON

Ins: 14. Dylan WENZEL-HALLS (promoted), 31. Bailey BRANDTMAN (promoted)

Outs: Nil

Unavailable: 5. Noah SMITH (injured), 27. Sasha KUZEVSKI (injured)

Melbourne Victory

Full squad: 2. Jason GERIA, 3. Adama TRAORE, 5. Damien DA SILVA, 6. Leigh BROXHAM, 7. Chris IKONOMIDIS, 8. Zinedine MACHACH, 10. Bruno FORNAROLI, 11. Ben FOLAMI, 14. Connor CHAPMAN, 17. Nishan VELUPILLAY, 19. Daniel ARZANI, 20. Paul IZZO, 21. Roderick MIRANDA, 22. Jake BRIMMER, 23. Salim KHELIFI, 25. Ryan TEAGUE, 27. Jordi VALADON, 28. Roly BONEVACIA, 37. Kasey BOS, 40. Christian SICILIANO

Ins: 6.Leigh BROXHAM (promoted), 8.Zinedine MACHACH (returns from suspension)

Outs: Nil

Unavailable: Nil

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