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: NRL week one finals match between the Sydney Roosters and the Melbourne Storm at Allianz Stadium on September 11, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. Digital Image by Mark Nolan.

Storm fans, the time has come to Get Your Storm On with tickets for the 2016 NRL season now on sale.

As of this morning, you can book your seat at AAMI Park for 10 of Melbourne’s home games at this season. Click here to secure your place!

We want your support and now you can show it by saving with Melbourne Storm’s affordable membership packages on sale now for less than $10 a month.

For more information, simply visit

Tickets for Storm’s traditional ANZAC Day blockbuster against the Warriors will go on sale mid-March.

Get Your Storm on in 2016! Become a member today.

The boys want to turn AAMI Park into a purple fortress this season and with five of the first eight games at home, you can help Storm start season 2016 with a bang!

“There is no doubt when you run onto AAMI Park and there is a big crowd it lifts the boys,” Storm Football Director Frank Ponissi said.

“In those games where we get 20,000-plus, there is nothing like it. We really want as many people to get to our games as possible.”

Storm will kick off the season by playing for the Emergency Services Cup against the Dragons on March 7 and Heritage Round will be a re-match of last year’s Qualifying final against the Roosters.

Rivals Brisbane will also make the trip to AAMI Park in what is sure to be a showcase of the NRL’s most electrifying talent.

Experiencing Storm at AAMI Park is a game-day experience unlike any other that is guaranteed to entertain the whole family.

Fans looking to purchase tickets today are encouraged to save money with the Quad Pass membership for just $95 for four games.

Want to chat to the Club about becoming a Storm member? – just text 0477 100 273 to hear from a friendly membership consultant.

Now is the time to Get Your Storm On!

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.