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NRL Premiership - Round 26 - Melbourne Storm V Cronulla Sharks - 3 September 2016 - AAMI Park

Melbourne Storm is proud to announce it has broken its membership record, two days out from its first home game of the 2017 season.

The Club has today surpassed its previous record of 17,518 members, meaning the purple army has never been bigger!

This landmark milestone sees the ultimate goal of 20,000 proud and passionate Storm members now within reach.

Thank-you to everyone who has signed up to be a part of what is looking to be an incredible journey in 2017!

Be #MelbourneProud! Become a member today.

The boys have started the season with two tough wins on the road and finally return to AAMI Park this Thursday night to take on arch rivals the Brisbane Broncos.

With our purple army reaching record numbers we need every one of you out there with us on Thursday night!

“Our members are the heartbeat of this great Club,” Storm captain Cameron Smith said.

“The reason the boys and I can perform at our best is because we know we have the support of our members cheering us on and making our home games something special to be a part of.

“You have helped our Club achieve something it never has before and we want to repay your incredible faith by making this 2017 season one you will never forget.”

If you haven’t signed up yet… what are you waiting for?

There is no better time to be #MelbourneProud!

Membership packages start from as low as $5 per month. Click here to see what is on offer or call the Club on 1300 786 787.

Melbourne will play 11 home games at AAMI Park this season and it all kicks off this week with a Thursday night blockbuster against the Brisbane Broncos.

The atmosphere at a Storm home game is electric, unique and unlike anything you have ever experienced before.

Forget making excuses. Join the Storm family today!

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.