The wait is almost over! The E-League 2020 begins on Saturday with Match Day 1 of this year’s revamped competition.
As part of the new format this year, EA SPORTS’ FIFA 20 Global Series event means the stakes are even higher as 11 rounds will be crunched into two intense match days.
And it all begins this Saturday, February 15 at ESL Studios in Auburn, Sydney.
It promises to be thrilling action as our 22 esports stars contend for E-League glory as they aim to qualify for this year’s FIFA eWorld Cup.
So make sure you don’t miss any of the action.
All matches throughout the E-League 2020 Season and E-League 2020 Finals Series will once again be streamed on twitch (www.twitch.tv).
And you can also keep up to date on social media follow on Twitter (@EleagueAus | twitter.com/ELeagueAus), Instagram (eleagueaustralia | instagram.com/eleagueaustralia) or Facebook (eleagueaustralia | facebook.com/eleagueaustralia).
Tickets for Match Day 1 of the E-League 2020 have now gone on sale and you can secure your seat by heading HERE.
E-League Match Day 1 Rundown
Doors open at ESL Studious in Sydney at 9.30am.
The first match commences at 10am, with the last match to commence at approx. 5.20pm.
Don’t miss the chance to see some of the best players in Australasia compete.
There’s the Night Hawk Diner, while you can also play your mates, practice your kicking skills and purchase a team supporters cap.
If you take a selfie and submit it you are in with a chance to win tickets the E-league Finals, while there will also be other giveaways on the day.
Match Day 1 fixtures
The first six rounds take place at the kick-off event – Match Day 1 – on Saturday, 15 February:
Round 1 – Western United on bye
Adelaide United v Western Sydney Wanderers
Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix
Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC
Melbourne City v Perth Glory
Melbourne Victory v Newcastle Jets
Round 2 – Melbourne Victory on bye
Newcastle Jets v Melbourne City
Perth Glory v Central Coast Mariners
Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar
Wellington Phoenix v Adelaide United
Western Sydney Wanderers v Western United
Round 3 – Adelaide United on bye
Brisbane Roar v Western United
Central Coast Mariners v Western Sydney Wanderers
Melbourne City FC v Wellington Phoenix
Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC
Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory
Round 4 – Newcastle Jets on bye
Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
Sydney FC v Melbourne City
Wellington Phoenix v Central Coast Mariners
Western Sydney Wanderers v Brisbane Roar
Western United v Adelaide United
Round 5 - Brisbane Roar on bye
Central Coast Mariners v Adelaide United
Melbourne City v Western United
Melbourne Victory v Western Sydney Wanderers
Newcastle Jets v Wellington Phoenix
Perth Glory v Sydney FC
Round 6 – Perth Glory on bye
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets
Wellington Phoenix v Melbourne Victory
Western Sydney Wanderers v Melbourne City
Western United v Central Coast Mariners
Adelaide United v Brisbane Roar
NOTE: Match details are subject to change without notice. Please visit a-league.com.au/e-league for updates.
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