Wyndham Regional Football Facility


The Wyndham Regional Football Facility is a rectangular facility currently under construction at Tarneit in Melbourne's west. Construction commenced in March 2022 and is due for completion by the end of 2023. The council facility is being built adjacent to the proposed Wyndham City Stadium.

The regional football facility (which is an interim name) will serve as the training base for A-League club Western United, with the club's men's and women's teams to play home games at the venue for at least two seasons until its proposed stadium opens, while it'll also host NPL matches and academy teams.

The venue features a 800-seat grandstand, with a 2,000-seat temporary grandstand to be constructed for A-League matches, boosting its capacity to 5,000. The facility is being jointly funded and developed by Wyndham City Council and the Western Melbourne Group with shared community facilities.

Features of the facility include:

  • Three training pitches (two turf and one synthetic).
  • Main training pitch with professional-grade surface with capacity for 5,000 spectators, including 800-seat grandstand.
  • Exterior plazas and pitch seating.
  • Two storey pavilion with training and gym facilities, function and media spaces, change rooms, staff facilities, kiosks, public toilets and first aid room.
  • Onsite car parking.

Wyndham Regional Football Facility Details

Sayers Rd, Tarneit VIC 3029 GET DIRECTIONS
2,800 (56% of capacity)
Highest Crowd since 2003
Arena Roof
Former/Other Names
Wyndham Training Facility
Sports Played
Home Teams
Western United (A-League)  
Last Event
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Tarneit Station (Geelong Line) is located 10 minutes from the Wyndham Training Facility. It's expected shuttle buses will operate to the venue on match days.
Limited car parking will be available at the facility.
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