Westfield W-League returns to Coopers Stadium

Adelaide United Women at Coopers Stadium 2021

Adelaide United Women at Coopers Stadium 2021

Adelaide United Women, in conjunction with My Money House, will return to Coopers Stadium on Sunday, 21 March to face Western Sydney Wanderers.

In an incredible show of support for women’s football, My Money House have pre-purchased all the tickets for the match, which fans can claim free-of-charge through redemption. 

This fantastic initiative is with the intention of breaking the Westfield W-League attendance record for a standalone, regular-season match, which currently sits at 3,105 and was reached in Round 1 of the 2016/17 season.  

Whilst tickets are open to everyone, those over the age of 18 that register their attendance prior to Thursday, 18 March will also go in the running to win an ultimate supporter experience, valued at $3,495, to watch the game via an exclusive corporate suite.

Adelaide United Chief Executive Officer, Nathan Kosmina, said: “We are very excited about this initiative and delighted to partner with My Money House in what is a fantastic demonstration of support for our Women’s team by a proud South Australian business.

“It is great our Westfield W-League team will be back at Coopers Stadium ahead of the imminent redevelopment of the venue with the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ fast approaching.

“We encourage all of our members, fans as well as the wider sporting public to attend and get behind this wonderful team for our final home game of the regular season.”

My Money House Chief Executive Officer, Simon Cvetkoski, said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Adelaide United in this exciting enterprise.

“Indeed, a contributing factor was to support the team with the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ on the horizon and what better way than a game at Coopers Stadium – the home of football in this state.”

My Money House Chief Operating Officer, Andrew Potter, added: “Integrating with Adelaide United and supporting the Women’s team at Coopers Stadium provides our business with a range of unique opportunities.

“We want to be seen as a company that backs the sporting community amongst women in South Australia.”

Adelaide United Women Captain, Dylan Holmes, said she was looking forward to playing at Coopers Stadium for the first time since November 2018 and thanked My Money House for their gesture.

“As a team we are really excited about returning to Coopers Stadium and playing on one of the best pitches in the country,” Holmes said.

“It’s also great to have the support of My Money House for the game, who have shown a great commitment to get behind women’s football.

“Hopefully we can get a full house, but at the very least it would be amazing to break the attendance record for a regular season Westfield W-League game.”

The day really is more than just celebrating football, instead highlighting the substantial growth of women’s sport across all the differing codes in the state.

Adelaide United Women at Coopers Stadium 2021