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CAM400 Game Day guide

Celebrate a legend

Be part of history at AAMI Park on Saturday night as Cameron Smith becomes the first player in 111 years of rugby league to notch up 400 first-grade games.

One of the most decorated players the game has ever seen, our skipper will again etch his name in the history books when we face the Cronulla Sharks.

Smith's incredible feat will be celebrated with a pre-game blackout and guard of honour including former teammates Johnathan Thurston, Matt Geyer, Billy Slater and Brett Finch.

Fans in attendance will be able to take to the field for the post-match presentation (weather permitting) and a 360-degree crowd photo will be taken during the game and made live at NRL.COM/CAM400 within 24 hours.

Game Day schedule

  • 4pm - membership marquee
  • 5pm - ticket collections/box office windows
  • 5pm - team store
  • 5.30pm - gates open
  • 5.30pm - Club House open
  • 7.25pm - CAM400 blackout
  • 7.35pm - kick-off

Memberships and Merchandise

Membership sales will be available opposite Edwin's Cafe - memberships purchased on Saturday will be given access to the game.

Membership collection will be available at Gate E from 4pm.

Fresh 2019 merchandise will be available for purchase at the Melbourne Storm Megastore from 5pm.

Transport and parking information

As parking around AAMI Park is extremely limited, we encourage the use of public transport to and from the game.

Major construction works are currently taking place across the metropolitan and regional train networks - plan ahead and allow more time for your journey. Avoid peak travel times if you can and consider alternatives where possible.

For more information about disruptions check here.

Parking at Melbourne and Olympic Parks Eastern Plaza is booked out.

Yarra Park will not be open for public parking on game day.

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.