Sydney Roosters kick off the resumption of the NRL season after the league-wide bye for State of Origin II with a Thursday night blockbuster against Melbourne Storm at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Whether you will be at the game or watching from home, here are all the details you need to prepare for the big game!
BE THERE TO CHEER ON YOUR ROOSTERS
Tickets will go on sale at 4pm Monday, June 28 on Ticketmaster, so make sure you get in early to get the best possible seat!
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, McDonald Jones Stadium’s capacity has been significantly reduced, with only the western side of the venue open to spectators.
The Sydney Roosters would like to reiterate that it is imperative that those who wish to purchase a ticket adhere to the NSW State Government guidelines in relation to non-essential travel.
Ticket data will be analysed to ensure ticket holders are not from the Greater Sydney area (including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour) are not included, and your ID may be checked throughout the event.
As per current Health Order and venue guidelines, all spectators MUST wear a mask. We strongly advise all spectators to abide by the NSW State Health Orders, as well as COVID-19 conditions of entry at McDonald Jones Stadium.
Match: Roosters v Storm
Round 16 -
Venue: McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle
Members will receive emails with instructions on how to redeem tickets via Ticketmaster, with Member ticket redemption starting at 4pm Monday, June 28. Member cards WILL NOT work at McDonald Jones Stadium.
The Club would like to reiterate that all Members with match entitlements will have the opportunity to redeem a ticket for the match, however, it is imperative that all Members adhere to the NSW State Government guidelines in relation to non-essential travel.
If you need assistance, don't hesitate to contact our friendly Roosters Membership team as soon as possible.*
*Please note, the Membership team cannot guarantee a response to enquiries made after 4pm on Wednesday, June 30.
GET TO MCDONALD JONES STADIUM
There are plenty of ways to get to McDonald Jones Stadium to cheer on the mighty Roosters!
To ensure a smooth journey to and from the game, spectators are urged to plan ahead and consider all transport options.
Broadmeadow Station, which is a 15-minute walk to the stadium, is the closest train station to McDonald Jones Stadium. You must wear a face mask while on public transport in New South Wales, and are encouraged to wear a mask until arriving at the stadium.
Visit transportnsw.info to plan your trip from wherever you are.
To find real-time traffic conditions, check out livetraffic.com before driving to the game.
Commit as a Club Member Today
DON'T JUST BE A FAN, BE A TRUE ROOSTER
Membership is the best way to support the Club, with all Membership proceeds going directly to the Club to assist our junior pathways as well as day-to-day operations at the Sydney Roosters.
If you aren't a Member yet, make sure you become a True Rooster by activating your Membership online or by calling our friendly Membership team between 10am-4pm Monday to Friday on 1300 327 871.
REPRESENT IN THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE
If you want a jersey to wear on game days or get a gift for a special Rooster in your life, you can purchase our new 2021 range from our proud manufacturing partners Castore here at the Roosters Online Shop!
Members can get 10% off merchandise by entering a Member-exclusive code online!
Sydney Roosters x Castore 2021
STAY ENGAGED AT HOME
Keep up to date with the team’s preparation for Saturday by checking out all our news and stories on Roosters.com.au, and be sure to follow the Club’s Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages too!
Follow throughout the day as Roosters Digital provides exclusive game day photos and the latest news, including the final team before kick-off. That's not all, with match reports, highlights and post-match interviews all available immediately after every game.
You can see our mighty Roosters take on the Storm on Channel Nine, Fox League (channel 502 on Foxtel), or streamed through Kayo.