The FFA ALDI MiniRoos ticketing offer for Perth Glory proved a winner with supporters across the State last night.
ALDI MiniRoos Kick Off program participants from as far away as Broome took advantage of the ticket offer to watch the Hyundai A-League/Westfield W-League double-header at nib Stadium.
Football West Development Officer Lisa Byrne was delighted with the respone.
“Lots of families took advantage of the offer and attended their first ever W League and A League game,” she said.
“We also had our ALDI MiniRoos inflatable there for children to enjoy in the kids zone and that was extremely popular.
“And one of the girls from our Young Leaders program, 14-year-old Jaide Hook, assisted us and gained more experience with working with young players.”
Samantha Kerr of the Glory looks to pass the ball during the round eight W-League match between the Perth Glory and Sydney FC at nib Stadium on December 21, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/Getty Images)
It was a mixed night for the Glory fans. Perth Glory Women defeating Sydney FC 2-1 to go top of the W-League team, while Perth Glory lost 2-1 to Sydney but remain top of the A-League.
The ALDI MiniRoos Kick-Off program included two (2) tickets to a selected Hyundai A-League or Westfield W-League match. Participants got watch their heroes play and receive a premium, tailored fan experience.
In addition, all Kick-Off participants received a Hyundai A-League or Westfield W-League branded participant pack.
The Kick-Off program is FFA’s national introductory program, aimed at new players aged 4-9 years. With over 12,000 new players registered to the program in 2018 it continues to provide a great sample experience to the world game.