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HBF Park

310 Pier Street  Perth WA  6000

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HBF Park is only minutes from the Perth CBD and a number of public transport services.

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Parking around HBF Park is very limited with most areas restricted to residents only through the City of Vincent.

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Phone: +61 8 9422 1500
Email: contactus@hbfpark.com.au

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Hyundai A-league Season Postponed

Football Federation Australia (FFA) today announced that it has postponed the final rounds of the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season. This postponement is effective immediately.

The decision has been made in line with Government guidance on social distancing measures and has unanimous support from all A-League clubs. The FFA hopes to reschedule games as soon as it is reasonably possible and will complete further a reassessment on Wednesday 22 April.

Statement from CEO James Johnson:
“Our priority is to ensure the safety of both the football community and the community at large. As each passing day raises additional concerns for the safety of both, it is imperative that we follow the lead of Governments at National and State level and take the necessary precautionary and proactive measures and in doing so play our part in preventing the spread and impact of COVID-19.”

“To get so close to completing the competition, only to pull up a few weeks short, has been heartbreaking for the players, clubs and fans. That said, the health and safety of our fans, players, volunteers and staff has always been the overriding consideration for us. That is fundamentally what led – with the unanimous support of the State and Territory Member Federations – to the suspension of grassroots football until 14 April 2020. Today’s decision was equally difficult to make but it is borne form the same rationale.

“As the largest club-based participation sport with nearly two million participants, we have a clear and obvious duty to play our part in doing whatever we can to support the efforts to slow down the spread of COVID-19.

“On behalf of FFA Board and each Hyundai A-League Club, we thank the players for their assistance during these extraordinary times. We have done everything in our power to ensure the physical and mental welfare of the players and club staff and this decision means that, like the majority of Australians, they can now return home to be with their families during this difficult time.”

“We’d like to thank our members, sponsors, volunteers and fans for their continued support during this unprecedented time.”

We support the decision of the FFA and clubs during this time of crisis.

 

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