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Match Day Info: Round 19

Wests Tigers will travel interstate for just the second time this season as they take on the Melbourne Storm on the Sunshine Coast.

After a last-start defeat to the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Michael Maguire's side will be determined to finish the season on a positive note and show their class against a Storm side who once again loom as a Premiership contender.


Date — Saturday, September 19

Time — 5:30pm AEST

Venue — Sunshine Coast Stadium, Sunshine Coast


4:00pm — Gates Open at Sunshine Coast Stadium

5:30pm — NRL, Melbourne Storm vs. Wests Tigers

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TV — Live via FOX League (Ch.502)

Radio — AM 702 ABC Grandstand, AM 873 2GB

Live Stream — Foxtel Go, KAYO, NRL Digital Pass and Watch NRL (int.)



On site parking is available from $10 per car (pay by card only).

Entry and Seating

Four gates will be open for this match: Gate 1 (Zone A), Gate 2 (Zone B), Gate 3 (Zone C) and Gate 4 (Zone D). Please check your ticket, as entry will only be permitted through your allocated gate.

COVID-19 Safe Practices

It's really important to take responsibility for your own social distancing at the venue. Please maintain 1.5 metres between yourself and other patrons (who are not family members or people you live with) at all times. Please arrive early as due to COVID restrictions and social distancing, queues may be longer than usual.

  • The event will be cashless (card only).
  • Prohibited items and conditions of entry.
  • Bring a picnic blanket or cushion to sit on.
  • Your seat will be located in a specific zone, you cannot cross zones.
  • Food, beverage and toilet facilities are available for each zone.
  • Maintain hand hygiene and stay home if you are feeling unwell.
  • No cloakroom facilities.
  • No pass outs.
Acknowledgement of Country

Wests Tigers 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.

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