A-League home stretch revealed by APL

Important Information: Central Coast Stadium capacity and ticketing

The home stretch of the season has been locked in by the Australian Professional Leagues (APL) today, with the Mariners final set of regular season matches confirmed.

The A-League’s regular season will feature a sprint to the finish of 24 games in 19 days, amid the most open Premiers Plate race for years.

With just four points separating first place from fifth, the draw for the final rounds of the A-League 2020/21 season was revealed today featuring a number of blockbuster encounters.

The final set of fixtures features two home games and two away games for the Mariners, with crucial clashes on the road against fellow Premiership aspirants Melbourne City and Macarthur FC.

A big #F3Derby on Tuesday, 1st June brings the Mariners back home before Western United will visit Central Coast Stadium on the final weekend of the regular season.

Dates, venues and kick-off times for fixtures in the last match week (Match week 24) have not been confirmed, as some flexibility is required to reschedule certain matches with the A-League 2021 Finals Series in mind.

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