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Round 8

Melbourne Storm v Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Saturday 25 April, AAMI Park

Gates open: 3:30pm; Kick-off: 6:15pm (NYC Kick-off: 3:45pm)


TV: Fox Sports 1, LIVE from 6pm
Online: NRL Digital Pass
Radio: To be confirmed


Tickets are available through Ticketek, book here.



As a result of Saturday night's ANZAC Day meeting with Manly being a fully ticketed match, 2015 Melbourne Storm general admission members must upgrade to a reserved seat to gain entry into the match.

This can be done via Ticketek by simply providing your member barcode and following the steps.

Upgrade to a seat for Melbourne's Round 8 ANZAC Day clash with Manly here.


Membership sales will be available from the membership marquee located at Entrance F of AAMI Park from 4pm. Memberships purchased on Monday will be given access to the game.

Join our team in 2015, view the range of Melbourne Storm membership options here.


A wide range of Storm merchandise will be available on Saturday at AAMI Park for Melbourne's first home game of the 2015 season.

  • The Melbourne Storm Stadium Store at AAMI Park will be open from 2:30pm.
  • Merchandise outlets inside AAMI Park will be located at Aisle 3 and 23. (Open from 3:30pm)
  • Big Leagues are available for sale outside gates on either side of the stadium from 3:30pm.


Social Club will return in the Clubhouse following matches in 2015 with player interviews on stage, entertainment and drinks available providing members and fans a great chance to reflect post game.

Daily passes will be available for Social Club in Round 5 starting from $10 for members and $15 for non-members.

Social Club medallions providing entry for the whole year will also be available from $50.


Edwin's Cafe is a great place to get together with friends after the match with food and drink available. Entry is FREE for all ticket holders and members with a replay of the match to be shown on the big screen. 

In response to member’s feedback the Club has opened up Edwin’s Cafe post match so that our ticket holders and members have a place to socialise. This has been undertaken at a significant cost to the club and after attempts to encourage attendance post match, we have not yet seen significant take up of the opportunity. 

If our fans and members would like this type of venue open after a match where they can meet and relive the action on the field, then they will need to vote with their feet on Saturday night!

To gain entry you will need to show your membership card or game day ticket. The cafe is located on street level, facing Olympic Boulevard at AAMI Park.


For reserved seat members who have not received their membership card you now have the option of printing your own tickets.

Members can generate their own tickets to print and use on game day. Please note once you print your tickets your membership card barcode will be made inactive for the selected game.

Tickets for this game must be printed before 2pm Friday 24 April. (Excludes Country, Quad Pass, NSW Plus, QLD Plus and Try pass memberships)

For more information and instructions click here.


2015 Membership packs are currently being received in the post. Members can track their kits at any time using their member number via this link.

If you have not received your membership card, the fastest way for us to address the issue is to contact the Membership Department on 1300 786 767 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday or email


Melbourne Storm reserved seat members can relocate their reserved seats online when purchasing additional seats to sit with friends.

Melbourne Storm general admission members have the option to upgrade to reserved seating online and just pay the difference in the ticket cost.

Both these options are now available through Ticketek. To purchase tickets, enter your membership barcode number(s) located on the back of your membership card in the space provided. Click here to access tickets.


Concession membership holders are required to present their concession identification card upon entry to AAMI Park on match day.

If you do not have your concession identification card with as well as your membership card you may be refused entry into the ground.

Junior members with school or library ID will also be required to bring it to the ground. This is stated in the in the membership brochure and is part of the member terms and conditions.


Melbourne Storm cannot issue replacement tickets when membership cards are not brought to the game. 

Members will need to purchase a daily admission ticket at their own cost. Members with a reserved seat can get their ticket re-printed but must have their seat details with them. Seat confirmation must be made before 5:00pm Friday by calling the membership services department on 1300 786 767 or email


MOPT advise all patrons attending the event parking is extremely limited and the use of Public Transport is recommended.

The following Carparks will be open for Public Parking on Saturday 25 April subject to space available. Please note due to the AFL fixture between Collingwood and Essendon, plus various ANZAC Day ceremonies across the city, parking in the precinct will be extremely limited on Saturday.

Melbourne Park – Entrance D Eastern Plaza and Northern Carparks open from 6am

$20 prebooked parking - BOOK HERE - (bookings must be made 24 hours prior to arrival)

$30 Event Day Rate

Yarra Park MCG - Daily Rate $10

Gate 3 open from 6:00am
Gate 5 open from 9:00am
Gate 6 open from 11:00am
Gate 7 open from 7:00am

Other events: AFL - Collingwood v Essendon, MCG - 2:20pm

Transport Information for users with accessible needs

A limited number of accessible spaces can be pre-booked for each home game. Please contact Melbourne Park Box Office on 03 9286 1208 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm) to make a booking. Spaces are allocated at Entrance F AAMI Park and Entrance G on Olympic Boulevard. Spaces will be released for sale on the Thursday a week before each home game.

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.