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Melbourne United’s Playoffs pathway confirmed

19 Feb
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Melbourne United Media

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the NBL24 Playoffs

After finishing the season with a league-best 20-8 record, Melbourne United head into the Playoffs with home court advantage throughout, giving our fans the best opportunity to fuel what hopes to be a deep run.

While it remains up in the air who United will play in Game 1 of the Playoffs, we do know that the game will take place at John Cain Arena on Thursday 7 March from 7:30pm.

Pre-sale tickets for same seat members will go on sale on Tuesday 20 February from 9am until Wednesday 21 February at 11am, with a code being sent to your inbox.

A second pre-sale window will then open for all other members on Wednesday 21 February from 5pm. This window will be open until Thursday 1 March at 1pm.

Finally, tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday 22 February from 1pm.

Following Game 1, Melbourne will travel for the second game of the series for a matchup on Sunday 10 March.

If you are interested in hitting the road with the team and showing your support for Game 2, a link for tickets will be provided via social media for fans to purchase into a section with fellow-United fans.

If required, United will return to John Cain Arena for a Game 3. This game is scheduled to be played on Wednesday 13 March at 7:30pm.

Having created the best atmosphere in the entire NBL, we need you, our loyal and passionate supporters, to UNITE and continue filling up our home court, propelling this group towards greatness.

To keep up to date with all the info you need about the Finals, keep your eyes locked on our NBL24 Finals Hub.

NBL Playoff Dates:

Playoff Game 1
7:30pm Thursday March 7th
John Cain Arena
Opponent TBC
Public on-sale Thursday Feb 22nd at 1pm

Playoff Game 2
Sunday 10th March
Time, location, and opponent TBC

Playoff Game 3 (if required)
7:30pm Wednesday 13th March
John Cain Arena



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