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Storm Turning the Trains Purple

Storm fam, are you coming to our next home game at AAMI Park? If so, public transport is the best way to get to the game. It’s a safe, simple and efficient way to travel.   

Metro Trains makes sure that there are enough services running whenever a major NRL match is played, which means there are always plenty of trains to get you to and from the game. 

Following the announcement of Melbourne Storm’s partnership with Metro Trains, pop-up activations will begin appearing at a few key Melbourne train stations over the coming months, with the first one kicking off this morning at North Melbourne Station. The ‘Spin to Win’ activity saw commuters win double passes to Thursday nights’ special Indigenous round and coffee vouchers on their way to work! 

Alongside, the Club are calling on all Storm members, fans and supporters to help turn the trains, trams and buses of Melbourne purple. 

Encouraging the use of public transport when travelling to and from AAMI Park, the Storm family can showcase their purple pride by wearing as much purple and Storm merchandise as possible.  

Known for their loyalty and passion for their Club, fans are also encouraged to bring along their flags, signs and purple mowhawks to display their support as they head to the games. 

Ways to show your purple pride: 

  • Face paint
      • Lightning bolts
      • Storm man
      • Purple and Yellow stripes
  • Storm face masks
  • Merchandise
    • Storm Jerseys, t-shirts and jumpers
    • Scarves, caps and beanies 
  • Flags, signs and posters 

Getting to the game is easy. Plan your journey by visiting the Metro Trains website, or by using the PTV app – download here

This week’s train disruption information for Thursday nights’ game is below: 

  • Buses replace trains on the Cranbourne and Pakenham lines between Caulfield and Westall from 8.30pm to last service. Take the stopping all stations or express bus from Caulfield to Westall on your journey home from the game.
  • Buses replace trains on the Mernda Line between Parliament/Clifton Hill and Reservoir from Monday 23 May to 9pm Friday 27 May. Take the limited express or express bus to and from Parliament or Clifton Hill for the quickest journey to and from the game. 
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.