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10 years of AAMI Park

10 years ago a sea of purple flooded the concrete stands at AAMI Park for the first time, at the start of a new era for the Melbourne Storm.

We had outgrown our beloved Graveyard but we carried with us our passion and an unwavering belief in our team.

In the decade since, we have all shared unforgettable moments here and together we have built a rugby league fortress in AFL heartland.

As AAMI Park celebrates 10 years, we celebrate a decade of record crowds, Friday night lights, thrilling finals, milestone matches and the comfort of familiar sights and sounds at the venue we are proud to call our home.

"It's hard to choose my favourite moments at AAMI Park - the standouts are Cam Smith's milestones, Billy's farewell and our ANZAC Day games. AAMI Park is an intimate setting to experience the incredible pre-game ceremony. The blackout, the haka and the reverence shown by both teams and the crowd is so moving."

Bernie Storm Member

Every corner of AAMI Park offers a spectacular view of the field, but it's the incredible atmosphere at a Storm home game that makes the stadium so special.

The likes of Smith, Slater, Inglis, Cronk, Munster and Finucane have graced the field in the last 10 years and the venue has become an integral part of our club's rich history.

We can't wait for a home game at AAMI Park to bring us together again soon.

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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.