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FTW: Melbourne Victory vs. Suwon Bluewings

FOOTBALL fans won’t want to miss out on scoring a double pass to see A-League’s Melbourne Victory take on K League Classic’s Suwon Bluewings on March 15. Zoe Law has more. 

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If you’re a close a follower of Korean football or a fan of the A-League, Melbourne Victory will be going head to head with South Korean football team, the Suwon Bluewings on March 15 as part of the AFC Champions League.

The AFC Champions League, the Asia-wide football league which will see 45 of the best football clubs from the top 17 football leagues across the Asia-Pacific region, is currently underway with Melbourne Victory successfully defeating Chinese Super League’s Shanghai SIPG in an exciting blockbuster at home.

The A-League team also recently drew 1-1 with J1 League’s Gamba Osaka in Japan.

The next home game between Melbourne Victory and Suwon Bluewings is set to be a great game, with support for both the home and away teams expected to be in full force!

Meld Magazine is providing five double-passes to Melbourne Victory vs. Suwon Bluewings from Korea on Tuesday, March 15 at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. Simply enter our Rafflecopter competition below and you and a friend could be at this blockbuster game! The competition will close midnight on Sunday, March 13.

A special discount is offered to all readers as well — you can get a 10% discount to see this game when you enter the code MVSB16 from the Melbourne Victory ticketing page on their official website!

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