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Everything you auto know: Round 15 v Sharks

All the info you need ahead of Melbourne Storm’s Indigenous Round clash against the Sharks!

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Key Info

Theme: Storm's Indigenous Round & Community Round

Storm Zone on Gosch's Paddock: 1pm

Melbourne Storm U21s v Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks U21s kick off (on Gosch's Paddock): 1.30pm

Gates open: 2.30pm

Melbourne Storm NRL warm-up: 3.30pm

Indigenous Round Cultural Performances: 3.50pm

Thunderstruck with live guitarist: 4.02pm

NRL kick off: 4.05pm

Watch live on 9Gem (VIC), Channel 9 (QLD/NSW), Fox League and Kayo.

Follow along with Storm's exclusive content and live coverage on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok

Half time: Stay in your seats to cheer on the next generation of football talent and junior teams take the field to go head-to-head!

Post-match: Grab yourself a free carsales fan footy from one of the players to commemorate your game experience.

Whats On Melbourne

There is plenty to do around Melbourne before or after the game on Sunday. If you would like to explore the city prior to our game check out some of the iconic tours, here.

Are you hungry after the game and looking for somewhere to take the family out for dinner make sure you check out the family friendly restaurants around Melbourne, here.

Venue Info

For a map of AAMI Park, see here.

Storm Zone

As part of our Community Round, Storm Zone will be on Gosch’s Paddock from 1pm with interactive activities, food trucks and a live match between Storm and Sharks Under 21s squads, it’s the perfect way to spend the day before the first-grade clubs go head-to-head!

Activities include;

  • City of Casey Lawn Games
  • Membership Collections
  • Merchandise Marquee
  • RedZed Face Painter
  • NRL Victoria League Stars
  • Taco Truck
  • City Of Melbourne Lord Mayor
  • Melbourne Storm DJ
  • Cultural Performances

Melbourne Storm Under 21s

Don't miss Storm's Jersey Flegg (Under 21s) team take on the Sharks on Gosch's Paddock from 1.30pm!

Coming off the back of four-consecutive wins, it's shaping up to be an exciting clash as the young stars return to Melbourne to put on a show in front of their home crowd.


Looking to become a member? You can visit the membership team at the front forecourt room next to Edwin’s Cafe to upgrade your game day ticket to a membership at the game. A Membership marquee will also be out on Goschs Paddock for member item collections.  

If you're a Melbourne Storm Member you are able to scan your membership card to gain access to AAMI Park.

  • General Admission enter through Gate 7 and find a seat between aisles 12-19 and 31-38
  • Reserved seat members can scan in anywhere and head to their reserved seat


Unlock your 2023 merchandise at the game on Sunday afternoon by visiting one of the multiple locations at the Storm Store, Gosch's Paddock or Aisle 4 & 24. 

Indigenous Jersey

Melbourne Storm are proud to share Resilience, the Club’s 2023 Indigenous Jersey designed by Shanai Kellett, a proud artist and educator of Yorta Yorta/Juru descent. The squad will wear the jersey as the Club acknowledges Indigenous round at AAMI Park. Learn more about the design;

Getting to & from the game

Metro at Richmond Station

From 2pm to 4.30pm this Sunday, Metro will be handing out showbags at Richmond Station for all Storm fans aking the train to AAMI Park! Make sure to stop by to grab yours on the way to the game.


Make game day easy, be prepared and plan ahead with the Public Transport Victoria Journey Planner for the most up-to-date travel information.

Public Transport

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

Metro disruptions

Buses to replace trains on Belgrave and Lilydale Lines

For further information and to plan your journey at

Drive to The Footy

Parking at Melbourne Park is only available to guests who have pre-booked. Bookings close at midnight the night before the event. You will not be able to drive up without a booking.

If parking is sold out or unavailable, several private and public streetcar parks operate in close proximity to the precinct.

  • Yarra Park (MCG)
  • Securing Parking – 121 Exhibition Street
  • Secure Parking – 300 Flinders Street
  • Securing Parking – 12-20 Flinders Street
  • Secure Parking – Grand Hyatt Melbourne
  • Wilson Parking – 11 Exhibition Street
  • Wilson Parking – Collins Place
  • Wilson Parking – 32 Flinders Street
  • Wilson Parking – 172 Flinders Street
  • Wilson Parking – Federation Square
  • ACDC Garage – 114 Flinders Street
  • On-Street Parking via the Botanical Gardens along the Yarra River 

Accessible Parking

Accessible parking must be pre-booked via Ticketek’s Accessible Bookings Hotline: 

  • Reach them by phone on (03) 9286 1208 or;
  • Submit a request to be contacted online here.    

We recommend parking is booked in advance to avoid disappointment.

Please note, there are a limited number of accessible parking bays located at John Cain Arena (on Olympic Boulevard). 

Taxi & Rideshare

A taxi rank is available next to The Oval on Olympic Boulevard. The pick-up and drop off point for rideshare services, such as Uber, is out the front of John Cain Arena on Olympic Boulevard.   

We encourage guests not to order their rideshare service until they have reached the pick-up point to avoid causing congestion along Olympic Boulevard.

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.