Western Sydney Wanderers has confirmed it will host the inaugural crosstown A-League derby against Sydney FC at Parramatta Stadium.
There were suggestions the highly anticipated round three clash on 20 October could be transferred to ANZ Stadium to accommodate a bigger crowd.
But Wanderers executive chairman Lyall Gorman said the match would not be moved away from their regular home ground.
"We listened to the football community of western Sydney and they voted overwhelmingly in favour of Parramatta Stadium as the Wanderers home ground," said Gorman.
"That's our home and that's where we will stay. Parramatta is an excellent football venue and our foundation members will build a fantastic atmosphere for the A-League matches.
"We understand that our first ever match against Central Coast Mariners (on 6 October) and the first ever Sydney derby will be hot tickets and that some of the public may miss out, but our commitment to our members comes first."
The Wanderers will play another home match against the Sky Blues at Parramatta Stadium in March.
Western Sydney's only home game away from Parramatta will be against Newcastle Jets at Campbelltown Stadium in February.
Parramatta Stadium's capacity is 20,741.
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