Parramatta sings for the Wanderers

Written by admin on 11/07/2018 Categories: 老域名

SUPPORT WSW: A variety of activities in Parramatta will add to the festival atmosphere including food trucks, roving entertainment and live music.

Parramatta will turn red and black thisSunday insupport of the Western Sydney Wanderers.

The Wandererswill play Brisbane Roar for a place in their third A-League Grand Final, in what will be their last ever match at Parramatta’s current Pirtek Stadium.

The pre-game build up will feature street flags throughout Centenary Square and along Eat Street, while Parramatta Town Hall will be dressed with red and black drapes and illuminated in red and black at night.

Parramatta mayor Paul Garrard said the Wanderers are Parramatta’shome-town team that have become a Western Sydney institution.

“We are delighted to help celebrate their achievements this year and show our support ahead of their last game at Pirtek before the stadium is redeveloped,” he explained proudly.

“This weekend will be the perfect opportunity for everyone to get behind the team as it competes for a place in the Grand Final.”

Ahead of the match council staff will distribute free posters and decoration packs to local businesses and invite residents to show their support with red and black decorations.

Chief executive of the Wanderers, John Tsatsimas said: “Finals time has always created a great buzz of our western Sydney community and it’s great to have the supportin what will be our final ever game at Wanderland.”

The A-League Semi Final will kick off at Parramatta’s Pirtek Stadium at 5pm on Sunday, April 24.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 老域名.

Comments Off on Parramatta sings for the Wanderers