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Everything You Auto Know About Round 21

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Friday's Round 21 clash with the Titans at AAMI Park!

Don't miss Storm's second last home game!

Key Info

Gates: 5pm

NRL Kick-off: 6pm

Watch live on Fox League and Kayo.

Fans on Field

Melbourne Storm will welcome fans onto the AAMI Park pitch Friday night!

Fans will be asked to access the field on level 1 between aisles 21-23 & 27 – 30. Fans cannot access the field until the MC has advised and the Second siren has sounded. Please remember to make your way onto the field safely.

Women in League

Melbourne Storm will continue to celebrate Women in League round for the second week running leading up to and throughout Friday night's match-up with the Titans. 

Show your support by getting around the new Women of Storm training range, featuring a warm-up tee, beanie and scarf which you can purchase from the Storm online store or the AAMI Park Storm store on game day.

Match Day Partner - Tiger Brokers

Download the Tiger Trade App today and go in the draw to win a Signed Melbourne Storm Jersey and receive your free mullet at the game on Friday at their activation zone outside Gate 2.

The Tiger Trade app delivers knowledge, innovation, and next-generation technology for investors to reach their full potential.

Bromwich brothers reach 500

Jesse and Kenny Bromwich will reach yet another milestone in their first-grade careers, recording 500 combined NRL games, becoming the first brothers to achieve this at the one club.

Jahrome Hughes 100 Storm games

After celebrating his 100th NRL game in Round 19, Jahrome Hughes will once again mark a milestone, reaching 100 Storm games as he coincidentally faces his debut club, the Gold Coast Titans.

Venue Info

Public Transport

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’s always plenty of trains to get you to and from the game.

Getting to the game is easy. You can plan your journey by visiting the Metro Trains website, or by using the PTV app – download the app now at

AAMI Park is accessible by tram, train and bus. The Stadium is within walking distance from Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station.

  • Buses replace Cranbourne and Pakenham line trains between Berwick and Pakenham stations to 9pm Friday 5 August
  • From 9pm, busing extends between Westall, Cranbourne and Pakenham stations
  • Buses replace Upfield line trains between North Melbourne and Upfield stations from 9pm on Friday night

For full details surrounding getting to/from AAMI Park including driving, parking, public transport and taxi/rideshare services view our Game Day Guide below:

Team News


Hooker Brandon Smith returns from suspension, while fullback Nick Meaney (shoulder/concussion) is out, replaced by Tyran Wishart. Winger David Nofoaluma has arrived on loan from Wests Tigers and slots straight into the starting side with Grant Anderson shifting to centre to replace Justin Olam, who has tested positive to COVID. Chris Lewis has been recalled on the bench and Xavier Coates is listed among the reserves as he nears a return from an ankle injury.


Jayden Campbell returns to the starting side at fullback after two games on the interchange with AJ Brimson going to five-eighth, Tanah Boyd to halfback and Toby Sexton rested. Greg Marzhew is the new man on the bench.

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.