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Ryan Hinchcliffe (Melbourne Storm):	NRL, Rugby League, Finals Week 01, Melbourne Storm v St George Illawarra Dragons @ AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC, Sunday March 10th, 2013. Digital Image by Brett Crockford ©

Tickets for Melbourne Storm’s home games during the 2014 NRL season will be released and available to purchase through Ticketek on Friday 7 February from 12pm.

With the first 20 rounds of the upcoming NRL season set in stone, Melbourne Storm fans can now lock in a number of blockbuster matches into their calendars.

Season 2014 promises to be another exciting year with a number of big clashes scheduled. Blockbuster home matches against the Warriors on ANZAC Day (Round 8) and Manly (Round 9) are again on the calendar with reigning premiers Sydney also making the trip to AAMI Park for the first time since 2012.

Melbourne sports fans can enjoy an unbeatable, entertaining spectator experience at AAMI Park with Melbourne Storm.

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Storm’s home ground, AAMI Park offers an electric atmosphere and unprecedented proximity to the play and allows Melbournians an up close and personal experience whilst watching some of the world’s best players.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience and share key moments with the club in 2014. Both Billy Slater and Cameron Smith are set to share significant milestones in Round 2 for Storm’s first home game of the year.

For Melbourne’s full 2014 season draw, click here.

* Please note: The Round 8 ANZAC Day match against the Warriors is a fully ticketed game and will go on sale to the general public on Wednesday 26 March.

A pre-sale for 2014 Melbourne Storm general admission members will open on Tuesday 25 March. General admission Melbourne Storm members are required to upgrade to a reserved seat at the Northern or Southern ends of AAMI Park at the cost of a booking fee only. Those members with a reserved seat membership do not need to upgrade their ticket.

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.