Mar 16

Wellington Phoenix Confirms A-League Matches For April and May 2021

Tuesday 16 March 2021 5:00pm

Following the fixture update media release sent out by the Australian Professional Leagues today, the Wellington Phoenix can now confirm an exciting schedule of A-League matches in April and May (up to 16 May 2021).

This includes the Phoenix’s first ever A-League match played in Tasmania - when they take on Western United FC at UTAS Stadium - as well as matches played on Easter Monday and ANZAC Day at WIN Stadium in Wollongong.

The schedule also sees the Nix taking on A-League opponents Adelaide United (twice), Melbourne City FC (twice) and Western United FC (twice) for the first time this season.

Here’s a full breakdown of the Wellington Phoenix’s matches in April and May 2021:

Match Week 15:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Melbourne City FC, 7.10pm AEDT / 9.10pm NZ time on Monday 5 April at WIN Stadium, Wollongong

Match Week 16:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Western United FC, 7.05pm AEDT / 9.05pm NZ time on Sunday 11 April at WIN Stadium, Wollongong

Match Week 17:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Perth Glory, 6.15pm AEDT / 10.15pm NZ time on Sunday 18 April at HBF Park, Perth

Wellington Phoenix vs. Western United FC, 7.05pm AEDT / 9.05pm NZ time on Thursday 22 April at UTAS Stadium, Tasmania

Match Week 18:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Adelaide United, 4.10pm AEDT / 6.10pm NZ time on Sun 25 April at WIN Stadium, Wollongong

Match Week 19:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Brisbane Roar FC, 5.05pm AEDT / 7.05pm NZ time on Saturday 1 May at Moreton Daily Stadium, Brisbane

Match Week 20:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Adelaide United, 7.05pm AEDT / 9.35pm NZ time on Friday 7 May at Coopers Stadium, Adelaide

Match Week 21:

Wellington Phoenix vs. Melbourne City FC, 4.05pm AEDT / 6.05pm NZ time on Sunday 16 May at AAMI Park, Melbourne

  • WIN Network
  • Venues NSW
  • Ticketmaster
  • Arena AV
  • Venues Live
  • Venues NSW
  • Bankwest
  • McDonald Jones Homes Stadium
  • Newcastle Entertainment Centre
  • Stadium Australia
  • Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Sydney Football Stadium
  • WIN Sports & Entertainment Centre