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United Clubs Program Pass Terms and Conditions

Terms:
United Clubs Program (UCP)
Adelaide United Football Club (AUFC)

  1. A “UCP Membership” is issued by Adelaide United Football Club Pty Ltd 43 136 768 539 and entitles the pass holder, subject to these terms and conditions (Terms), to one junior (ages 16 and under) general admission junior ticket at Coopers Stadium during the 2022/23 season.
  2. A person’s use of, the UCP Membership is deemed acceptance of these Terms. Parents and guardians (including Applicants) are responsible for ensuring minors under their supervision comply with these Terms.
  3. The Applicant and the UCP Membership holder acknowledges and agrees that UCP Memberships are made available free of charge, and AUFC may, acting reasonably, cancel, suspend or terminate this promotion and or the UCP Memberships, if it is reasonably necessary to protect AUFC’s legitimate interest to do so, including due to interference, technical difficulties, unauthorised intervention, fraud or events beyond AUFC’s reasonable control.
  4. For the avoidance of doubt, this promotion relates to the 2022/2023 Adelaide United Regular Season only and does not carry over to any future seasons.
  5. The UCP Membership holder must be aged 16 and under and registered with a South Australian Football Club to play football at the time of the application for the UCP Membership (Eligible Pass Holder).
  6. UCP Memberships are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.
  7. Incomplete or indecipherable applications will be deemed invalid.
  8. The UCP Membership holder must be accompanied to all matches by an adult, who has procured their own general admission ticket to the match.
  9. The membership card does not gain access into matches. UCP members must use their code to redeem their complimentary ticket via Ticketek.
  10. Members must have a My Ticketek account to access to redeem their complimentary ticket.
  11. AUFC cannot guarantee tickets to matches.
  12. The digital membership card provided will not allow you access into Coopers Stadium.
  13. UCP Members are ineligible for other AUFC member benefits unless explicitly provided by AUFC.
  14. In the event that the allocation of UCP Membership General Admission Junior tickets for that match is exhausted, a ticket will not be available to the UCP Membership holder for that particular match.
  15. In respect of attending a match, the UCP Membership holder and any other persons attending with them must comply with the venue’s rules of entry and any other applicable third-party terms or codes of conduct. Breach of this clause may lead to cancellation of the UCP Membership.
  16. The Applicant and the UCP Membership holder acknowledges that the match fixture may change without notice, and that AUFC is not responsible for the cancellation or delay of any match for any reason beyond the control of AUFC.
  17. AUFC is not responsible for any travel costs, or other costs, which a UCP Membership holder may incur to attend the relevant match. Integrity of this promotion.
  18. If, in AUFC’s reasonable opinion, a UCP Membership holder has shared their UCP Membership with another person, AUFC may cancel the relevant UCP Membership.
  19. In applying for and using the UCP Membership, Applicants and UCP Membership holders must not: (a) act in a disruptive, annoying, threatening, abusive or harassing manner; (b) do anything that may diminish the name or reputation of AUFC or any of its related entities or of the agencies or companies associated with this promotion; (c) breach any law; or (d) behave in a way that is otherwise inappropriate.
  20. The UCP membership is subject to AUFC’s privacy policy which can be found here:
    https://adelaideunited.com.au/privacy-policy
  21. The UCP Member must comply with the A Leagues Terms of Admission and Football Australia Spectator Code of Behaviour found here: https://adelaideunited.memberlink.net.au/assets/adelaideunited/terms-of-admission.pdf https://adelaideunited.memberlink.net.au/assets/adelaideunited/code-of-behaviour.pdf