The stage is set for the A-League 2021 Finals Series, after it was confirmed that the Central Coast Mariners and Brisbane Roar FC will host Elimination Finals next weekend.
The Mariners will take on A-League entrants Macarthur FC in an all-NSW affair on Saturday 12 June at Central Coast Stadium, after doing Western United FC 2-0 in their final league game today to secure the third spot on the table.
The Elimination Final pitches two former Matildas coaches against each other, in Alen Stajcic and Ante Milicic, with the winner going through to a Semi-Final against Melbourne FC or Sydney FC.
Meanwhile, Brisbane Roar FC will host Adelaide United on Sunday, June 13 after finishing fourth and fifth on the A-League 2020/21 ladder respectively. Two head coaches in their first full season at senior men’s level, Roar’s Warren Moon and United’s Carl Veart will be bidding to plot their way to the Semi-Finals.
Pending COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria, Melbourne City FC are scheduled to take on the lowest-ranked qualifier in the first Semi-Final on Friday, June 18 at AAMI Park, with Sydney FC hosting the other Semi-Final 24 hours later at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium.
Tickets for the A-League 2021 Elimination Finals and Sydney FC’s A-League 2021 Semi-Final will be available for Friday 11 June, subject to further Government advice.
To say thanks for their support this year, each participating clubs members will be able to purchase two A-League 2021 Finals Series Tickets each for 50% off*.
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The A-League 2021 Finals Series will be broadcast live on FOX SPORTS, KAYO and My Football Live delayed coverage on ABC TV.