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Storm return to AAMI Park

Melbourne Storm will be coming home to AAMI Park this Sunday to face the Canberra Raiders at 2pm in Round 24. 

Storm returns to the venue where it hasn’t tasted defeat since March this year, with the previous two appearances at AAMI Park resulting in strong 24-6 and 54-10 wins over Manly and Cronulla in Rounds 17 and 19. 

Members and fans will no doubt have plenty of happy memories at AAMI Park, with the ground home to memorable Storm performances over the years, and will be keen to make many more as the Club also celebrates Members Appreciation Round.

Having called AAMI Park home since its opening back in 2010, the stadium has quickly become a happy hunting ground for Storm and the purple army. 

The Melbourne side’s dominance at AAMI Park can largely be put down to the loyal support of Storm fans, with the vocal purple army making the southern venue a daunting destination for any away side.

With Sunday being Storm’s sole fixture against the Canberra based outfit in 2023, the men in purple will be keen to re-write history after a Week 1 finals loss to the green machine at AAMI Park last season. 

The afternoon clash is arguably one of the biggest games of the 2023 season, with the match holding plenty of importance as Storm head into the final few rounds of the regular season.  

With Storm currently level with the Raiders on 30-points, they will be needing every Storm member and fan to come and show their support on Sunday to help ensure the Club finishes in that all important top-four spot. 

Playing its last two home games out of Marvel Stadium due to the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Storm took on both of last year’s grand finalists and recorded one win and one loss. 

After going down to the ladder-leading Panthers in Round 18, Storm bounced back in a big way with an emphatic 46-16 win over the Eels in Round 22. 

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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.