All fans heading to and from the Wellington Phoenix’s Round 19 Hyundai A-League match against Melbourne City at Eden Park this Saturday at 7pm, can travel for free via public transport.
Wellington Phoenix’s principal partner, Huawei, is again paying for public transport to and from the match to help make it easier for Aucklanders to see the Phoenix in action.
This includes integrated ticketing on all bus and train services to and from Eden Park.
Huawei New Zealand Deputy Managing Director, Andrew Bowater, said “Huawei loves bringing the Phoenix up to Auckland and we’re happy to offer free public transport to Eden Park for this game.”
Wellington Phoenix General Manager David Dome said the club is delighted to again be able offer fans free transport to the game.
“We’re thrilled that Huawei has made it that much easier for fans to get to our Eden Park game, which promises to be a spirited clash between the second and fourth-ranked teams in the competition.”
“We remain unbeaten at Eden Park since our first match back in 2011, and the squad is looking forward to facing Melbourne City in front of a packed Eden Park crowd.”
To redeem the offer, people need to show their match ticket on buses and trains around Auckland from 3.15 pm until closure of services – fans will need to retain their tickets after the match in order to get free travel from the stadium. Please note that normal fares apply for travel on ferries.
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