Sydney FC will host this year's W-League grand final against Perth Glory at Jubilee Stadium on Saturday.
The FFA confirmed on Monday that the decider will be held at the Kogarah venue at 4:30pm AEDT - LIVE on SBS VICELAND from 4pm - with tickets now on sale.
Sydney secured hosting rights by beating Brisbane in Sunday's semi-final at Dolphin Stadium in Redcliffe, as they attempt to erase memories of last year's grand final defeat to Melbourne City.
Sky Blues coach Ante Juric said playing at home was more of a reward for the team's fans than anything else.
"We're not fussed where we go. It's nice to be there," Juric said.
"We were hoping to get the premiership and then earn it that way but the way the cards have fallen we've got a home final.
"But it's more for the fans, I think it's great for them to be able to see us on home turf rather than going somewhere else."
Perth will face a second cross-country trip in as many weekends after defeating premiers Melbourne Victory in Sunday's other semi-final.
Matildas superstar Sam Kerr scored a hat-trick and set up the other goal as the Glory secured a 4-2 extra-time win over the Victory at AAMI Park.
Kerr, who won a championship with Sydney five years ago, said securing the Glory's first title of the A-League/W-League era is a huge motivating factor.
"It gives me chills thinking about it and it would be a dream come true for me and the girls," Kerr said.
W-League grand final 2019
When: Saturday, February 16 at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium from 4.30pm AEDT
Head-to-head: Sydney 10 wins, Perth 9 wins, no draws
Grand final record: Sydney: played five, won two. Perth: played two, won none