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Storm v Knights/Bulldogs ticketing info

Melbourne Storm and Sunshine Coast Lightning members will have priority access to purchase tickets to the “home” games against Newcastle and Canterbury from tomorrow (July 15).

Both matches will be in family friendly afternoon timeslots at Sunshine Coast Stadium – the Knights clash on Sunday, August 2 (4.05pm) and the Bulldogs on Saturday, August 8 (3pm).

For Storm and Lightning members in Queensland, tickets to both games will go on sale from noon on Wednesday, July 15. Those members will receive direct communication from the club on how to access their tickets

Special membership packages that include Knights and Bulldogs matchday tickets are available via

Tickets will go on sale to the general public from noon on Thursday, July 15.

Storm CEO Dave Donaghy said the club anticipated a strong turnout for both matches.

“The Sunshine Coast has really embraced having our NRL squad in the region and our players and staff certainly appreciate the warm welcome,” Mr Donaghy said.

“This is our home away from home and part of that is having a vocal Sunny Coast crowd right behind us at Sunshine Coast Stadium.”

Sunshine Coast Economic Portfolio Councillor Jason O’Pray urged people to get in quickly to secure their seats.

“We have a handful of tickets left for the Melbourne Storm versus Gold Coast Titans game this Friday night and have had strong interest from many people keen to see the Knights and Bulldogs rounds,” Cr O’Pray said.

“The Knights game, in particular, really has a finals-footy feel to it and I’m sure those tickets will be in high demand.

“We’re also looking forward to showcasing our stadium on the national stage especially with our new LED lighting and pristine field.” 

A COVID Safe plan has been approved by the Queensland Government and includes authority for a seating capacity of 6000 at the Stadium.

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