FRIENDS OF PHOENIX – CLUB SPECIAL

Hyundai A-League football is coming back to Auckland this December!

It’ll be the hottest game in town this summer as the Phoenix take on last year’s Champions, Melbourne Victory FC at QBE Stadium, Albany.

New Zealand’s only professional football team, the Wellington Phoenix, take on the Victory on Saturday 5 December 2015. Kick-off is 7.15pm.

The Club are very excited about heading north for another year and giving you the chance to see Hyundai A-League professional football in your region.

This year we’re also keen to offer your Club an opportunity with our Friends of Phoenix ticket offer. With your support, your club could take away one of three great prizes to auction off – an autographed Wellington Phoenix jersey, an autographed official Hyundai A-League ball or block mounted autographed poster.

Starting on Thursday 10 September 12pm, members of your Club can purchase game tickets for a reduced price of $17 Adult (usually $23) and $5 Child (usually $7) using your Club’s unique code and the below link sent out to players. The Club codes are listed below.

Look out for the “Friends of Phoenix Club offer”. These prices are only for tickets in bays 22-23 (Open Stand) only, Ticketmaster fees apply.

These prices are for online purchase only prior to game day and are not available at the gate. The prize will be determined after the game takes place and winning Clubs will be contacted by email.

http://www.ticketmaster.co.nz/event/24004F248F010E6F

Friends of Phoenix Club Offer:

To make it even easier to get along, public transport is included with your game ticket, so grab the family and head along for a great summer’s evening of Football!




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