In good news for fans of the world game, Transport NSW have announced additional transport will be on standby this weekend to help manage the bumper crowds expected at Moore Park.

With several hundreds expected to turn up to Sydney FC’s game against Adelaide United, transport officials have stated they’ve been able to drop a few extra lime bikes around the precinct to get punters home.

“Sydney’s the entertainment capital of the world, and our world class transport system has really played a part in delivering a seamless experience for the hundreds of thousands of people who have attended live events in the last month,” a spokesperson for Transport NSW told a press pack this morning.

“From Taylor Swift to the launch of the NRL Season, our flexible scheduling means we’re able to curate our network to suit demand.”

“And this weekend is no different, we’re expecting almost 450 people could head to Moore Park for the game, so we’ve actually been able to reduce buses and trams and just leave a few lime bikes outside the Hordern Pavilion.”

Speaking to the head of hospitality at Allianz Stadium, this weekend’s A-League game has given the team a chance to enjoy a well-deserved week off.

“Oh it’s great to have a less hectic event on, the whole food and beverage team got smashed when P!nk was here.”

“But for this little A-League blockbuster I can close down all the bars and just run one lemonade stand with a small little trestle table out the front on Driver Ave.”

“The crowd numbers will be small, almost as many people as when the Roosters play a home game against the Storm.”

More to come.


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