Centre bounce howlers

11:55am  Feb 22, 2017


Eagles retain captain Hurn

West Coast keeps same skipper, ex-Hawk straight into leadership group

8:58pm  Feb 22, 2017

Blues skipper set to return

Marc Murphy will play first game since round 10 last year on Saturday

8:42pm  Feb 22, 2017

Roo in line for debut

First-round draftee could face Hawks as North battles big injury list

8:03pm  Feb 22, 2017

Ticketing FAQ

How do I buy a ticket for an individual game?

View Seat Pricing Guide to browse a list of all games and select ‘Tickets’ to buy now.

Have ticket prices increased for 2016?

Some reserved seat ticket prices have changed in 2016, however, at the Melbourne venues the general admission price has remained at $25 for adults, $17 for concession and $5 for juniors.

Who sets the ticket prices?

The home club, in conjunction with the venue, sets the prices for all matches in the 2016 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

Where does the money from ticket sales go?

The revenue from ticket sales is split between the home club, venue and ticket agent.

Why are prices different for different games?

Any variation in prices across games will reflect and acknowledge the differences in demand for matches.

What is the best option for me if I will be attending multiple games this season?

Individual game tickets are available by browsing the Seat Pricing Guide and selecting ‘Buy tickets’. However should you plan to attend multiple games, club memberships are provide the best value and access to the best seats. Visit Club Membership for more information.

I’m a member with general admission access to a game, how can I guarantee a seat?

General Admission members can ‘upgrade’ their membership to a reserved seat for one-off games. To do this, simply enter your 12-digit member barcode at the time of purchase and you will have access to buy reserved seats at a discounted price from the general public tickets.

I’m a member, will I be forced to upgrade to attend a game?

In Melbourne, the only full reserved game is Anzac Day. There will be general admission (walk-up) access for members at all other matches, which means members will be able to scan in with their membership card. Due to limited capacity, there is no general admission access at Domain Stadium, AAMI Stadium or Simonds Stadium.

I tried to buy a ticket but it says ‘Allocation Exhausted’. Does that mean the game is sold out?

From time to time, some games may have seats released closer to the day of the game. These seats include internal and dining allocations that are not used. Continue to check back on the ticket agent’s site for availability.

How can I purchase tickets for a large group?

For the MCG, Blundstone Arena, StarTrack Oval, the SCG, ANZ Stadium, and Adelaide Oval, call Ticketek’s group department on 1300 364 001.

For Etihad Stadium, Simonds Stadium, Aurora Stadium, Spotless Stadium, the Gabba and Domain Stadium, call Ticketmaster’s group department on 1300 889 278.

How can I purchase tickets to the Anzac Day match at the MCG?

Collingwood & Essendon members who have access to the game via their membership can upgrade to reserved seat tickets from 9am, Wednesday 2 March. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 12pm, Friday 4 March.

How can I purchase a ticket for a special needs seat?

Tickets for wheelchair spaces and carer seats can be purchased by calling the ticket agent dedicated hotlines.

For the MCG, Blundstone Arena, StarTrack Oval, the SCG, ANZ Stadium, and Adelaide Oval, call Ticketek on 1300 665 915.

For Etihad Stadium, Simonds Stadium, Aurora Stadium, Spotless Stadium, the Gabba and Domain Stadium, call Ticketmaster on 13 61 00.

Why aren’t all seats available for sale?

At all venues, there are large sections of seats that are sold as reserved seat memberships for the entire season. There are some seats that are uitilised internally by clubs to facilitate their administrative and corporate requirements.

Some stadiums also have stadium memberships that provide access to certain seats for all events at that venue.

Can I buy tickets with a travel package for interstate games?

AFL Travel is the AFL’s official travel destination, offering ticket and travel packages. For more information visit

Can the match schedule change?

Yes, the AFL reserves its right to change the AFL fixture at its discretion and without notice. The AFL will not be liable for changes made to the AFL fixture.