THERE is clearly a demand for AFL football in Port Lincoln, with the announcement that the Adelaide v North Melbourne NAB Challenge clash at Centenary Oval on Sunday afternoon is officially a sellout.
The League advised fans on Thursday that, due to the sellout, only pre-purchased ticket holders would be admitted into the ground.
There will be no tickets on sale on the day, nor will there be membership scan-ins.
Thursday night's NAB Challenge opener between Hawthorn and Collingwood at Aurora Stadium in Launceston is nearing capacity, but seats still remain.
Fans are encouraged to upgrade to a reserved seat or general admission ticket to avoid disappointment.
The West Coast v Carlton clash at Mandurah (WA) on Friday night is also completely sold out.
Tickets are still available for the Brisbane Lions v St Kilda clash at Burpengary (QLD) on Saturday, while the Western Bulldogs v Richmond match-up at Whitten Oval on the same afternoon is nearing capacity.
Tickets are still available for the Gold Coast v Geelong clash in Townsville on Sunday.