Wests Tigers will be aiming to kick-off the new season on a high when they host last year’s minor premiers, the Melbourne Storm.
Michael Maguire’s men are excited to welcome back Wests Tigers Members and fans to CommBank Stadium for the first time in 2022.
Due to the weather, the Jersey Flegg match will no longer be played at CommBank Stadium, with a venue to be announced shortly.
Date — Saturday, 12th March, 2022
Time — 7:35pm AEDT
Venue — CommBank Stadium
Match: Wests Tigers v Storm
Round 1 -
Venue: CommBank Stadium, Sydney
6:00pm — Ticket Box opens
6:00pm — Corporate Gates Open at CommBank Stadium
6:15pm — Gates Open at CommBank Stadium
7:35pm — NRL, Wests Tigers vs. Melbourne Storm
TICKETS AND MEMBERSHIP
Wests Tigers Members are encouraged to arrive early and enjoy our newly introduced Wests Tigers Member Bar located inside Gate B. With the Wests Tigers members group, The Ambush, hosting pre-game entertainment we encourage you to gather your mates enjoy the pre-game entertainment.
Come and check out our flexible package options ensuring you don’t miss any games across the 2022 NRL season.
For Membership enquiries, the Wests Tigers Membership team will be onsite prior to gates opening and will be located next to the Ticket Box located at Gate B.
Remember to #ShowYourStripes by holding your scarves up in support of the team as they run out.
General public tickets can be purchased here.
Make sure to visit the Roarstore and gear up for game day.
With outlets located inside gates A and B as well as the Roarstore Van in the precinct there will be items to cater for all Wests Tigers Fans. Come and say hello to the team and browse our newest releases.
WHAT’S ON AT THE GAME
Arrive early to enjoy all the pre-game entertainment on Saturday night with plenty of surprises on the way.
Show Your Stripes
Don’t forget to bring your Wests Tigers Members scarf to the game on Saturday with the club continuing the Show Your Stripes campaign in 2022. As kickoff approaches, Members and fans will stand together with scarfs above their heads to support the players as they take to the field. You can still participate even if you can’t make the game by posting a photo on social media using #ShowYourStripes.
Plenty of fun
Away from the footy, there's plenty to do on Saturday night, including the Throw the Ball Activation, face painting and ACPE high-ball challenge.
Official Match Day Charity Partner
In association with Autism Spectrum Australia, Wests Tigers is proud to announce its participation in the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard initiative. This means that those with a hidden disability can wear a Sunflower lanyard or wristband at a Wests Tigers matches or event to make their disability visible to those around them while at a Wests Tigers event.
The Hidden Disabilities Sunflower is about supporting people with a hidden disability, making the invisible, visible and helping them attain the understanding, patience and assistance needed when going about their daily lives.
Wests Tigers staff will help you with any support or adjustments you may need. Find out more about the Sunflower at www.hiddendisabilitiesshop.com.au.
Wests Tigers 50/50 Charity Raffle
The Wests Tigers 50/50 charity raffle commences again in 2022 at Commbank Stadium. Wests Tigers will be supporting long standing charity partner, Autism Spectrum Australia (ASPECT).
To purchase your tickets, support a great cause and go in the chance to win part of the total funds raised, head to the match this week or if you are watching from home purchase your tickets at https://5050charityraffle.com.au/weststigers.
MATCH DAY TRAVEL INFORMATION
Fans are encouraged to plan ahead and consider all the available travel options.
All match day tickets and Wests Tigers ticketed membership (CommBank Access) have free train travel included.
When catching public transport, plan ahead, allow extra time and sit or stand on the green dots. You can also check real-time capacity indicators when planning your trip or boarding services.
Trains and buses run regularly to Parramatta Station which is a 15 minute walk from the stadium. Some buses also make stops outside the stadium on O’Connell St.
Remember it’s mandatory to wear a face mask when travelling on public transport, and you'll need to use an Opal card or contactless payment card/device.
If you’re driving, travel with your group and use the available parking nearby at the Justice Precinct car park off Hunter St, Eat Street car park off George St and Parramatta Station car park off Wentworth St. Make a day of it and arrive early, there’s plenty of nearby restaurants and cafes on Church Street along the newly revitalised Eat Street.