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Here are the reasons why you MUST get along to AAMI Park for Melbourne Storm's 2018 Winter trilogy:


Round 11 v Manly Sea Eagles
7.30pm, Saturday, May 19

  • Prime time slot
  • Arch rivals
  • Only home game in 46 days

There will be no bigger rivalry at AAMI Park this year than Melbourne taking on Manly in a Saturday night blockbuster. These games are not for the faint hearted. If you’re a Storm fan, regardless of how many games you can get to this year, make sure this is one of them. Plus, this will be the only home game Storm will play in Melbourne for 46 days so be there to see the boys put on a show against the Sea Eagles!

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Round 14 v Brisbane Broncos
4.10pm, Sunday, June 10

  • Blockbuster week of rugby league in Melbourne
  • Family friendly time
  • Massive crowd expected

This is a game that gives you every reason under the sun to get along to. Melburnians will be fresh off seeing Game II of State of Origin at a sold-out MCG on the Wednesday night. They will then have the perfect game to continue to wet their rugby league appetite with Storm taking on the Broncos five days later across the road at AAMI Park. In an added bonus, the 4.10pm Sunday afternoon time slot is perfect for families. You will need to get in quick though to purchase tickets, with these two teams drawing an average crowd of more than 20,000 from their last 10 meetings in Melbourne.

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Round 17 v St-George Illawarra Dragons
7.50pm, Thursday, July 5

  • School holidays
  • Kids come free
  • Dragons are flying

Put this one in the school holiday calendar! While a normal Thursday night game would not be ideal for families, this game falls directly in the middle of school holidays. In addition to this, parents can bring their kids to the game for FREE with any full priced adult ticket. This offer was hugely popular last year so the Club has extended it to Melburnians once again – to redeem simply enter the code KIDSFREE on the Ticketek purchase page. On the field, the contest looks like an absolute beauty with the Dragons currently undefeated and on top of the ladder after the opening three rounds.

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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.

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