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Optus Stadium

2018 NAB AFLW Competition

Round 2: Fremantle v Collingwood
Saturday, February 10 4.10pm WST
Tickets $2 available via Ticketmaster.  Entry is subject to capacity.
All other matches for the 2018 NAB AFL Women's competition are FREE ENTRY.

Field manual

Optus Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium which opened on 13 December, 2017.

The stadium has been designed with the fan at the forefront, including innovative designs, seating bowl to maximise atmosphere and world class technology including full 4G coverage. The stadium roof will cover 85% of seats, the most coverage of any open air stadium in Australia. The design acknowledges Western Australia’s unique sporting, cultural and Aboriginal heritage and the Stadium Park landscape provides a spectacular vista across the Swan River to the City.

Fans requiring higher levels of support and accessibility have access to designated seating platforms across all seating tiers, parking spaces within the Stadium Park and adult changing rooms that provide larger cubicles and additional facilities.

Getting there


There are a range of public access paths to Optus Stadium and over 600 bike racks are located around the Stadium Park. Several shared use paths connect the Stadium Park to the existing Burswood Peninsula path network, providing pedestrian and cycle access to the Stadium Park from all directions.


Please note, there is limited ACROD parking and a space is not guaranteed. You will be required to register your interest in ACROD Parking via the Optus Stadium website.


Optus Stadium Station

There are two station concourses, with the Western concourse serving passengers for the Joondalup and Fremantle Lines, and the Eastern concourse serving the Armadale Line and shuttles into Perth Station.

Perth Stadium Bus Station

The bus station has 22 bus stands, serving passengers from across the Perth metropolitan area, as well as Perth CBD shuttles to Elizabeth Quay Bus Station. All stands have dedicated accessible access.

East Perth Station
Passengers for the Midland Line can choose to walk over the Windan Bridge to East Perth Station.