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Minor Premiership on the line.

NSW v Victoria.

Non-stop entertainment.

Need any more excuses? Okay, here you go…

The hottest ticket in town!
There is no bigger event in our city all weekend. More than 20,000 Melburnians are expected to pack out AAMI Park for this blockbuster between Storm and Sharks. Why sit on the couch and miss out on the fun? You can be right here, on the edge of your seat, taking in every minute of the electric atmosphere that this clash is sure to provide. Don’t miss out, you’ll regret it.

Be at AAMI Park when we take on the Sharks, Saturday 3 September, 7:30pm.

It all comes down to this
The 2016 Minor Premiership will be settled at AAMI Park on Saturday night. Home and away games do not get any bigger than this, in any sport. Storm will be chasing their fifth first-placed finish in 11 years and you have the chance to be a part of history. With silverware on the line, two quality teams on show and a massive crowd expected, do you really need any other excuse to get along to AAMI Park?

Storm is Melbourne’s team. Representing this city against our rivals up north is a privilege this Club takes seriously and on Saturday night our boys aim to make this city proud. It is time for Melburnians to unite. Get behind your Melbourne Storm and let’s show those Sydney-siders why we are the greatest city in the world.

Nobody wants to see NSW win
NSW winning at sporting events? That just doesn’t sit right with us. Whether it’s in NRL, Origin or any sport for that matter everyone knows that Victorians do it better. Cronulla will make the trip south looking to upset the party but our boys are determined to not let that happen.

More than just a game
Coming to watch Storm play is not a sporting game, it’s an experience. Not only do you get to see some of the greatest athlete’s in Australian sport go about their business but you can be guaranteed wall-to-wall entertainment.

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.