How can I attend an AFLW game in 2022? 

The 2022 NAB AFL Women's Season will again be fully ticketed for all matches.

All attendees – including members and non-members – must obtain a ticket prior to entering the venue. Tickets will be sold online only via internet or mobile.

We strongly advise buying an AFLW Membership, which will give you FREE entry into St Kilda AFLW home games, subject to capacity. As an AFLW member, you will have exclusive access to a priority member booking period in order to secure your spot.

We highly recommend booking during your exclusive window, as attendance is subject to capacity and is strictly limited. 

AFLW members will be required to redeem a ticket via the relevant ticket agent using their member barcode. Membership barcodes will be emailed to AFLW members. Please note AFLW members do not get free access to away games.

For non-members, you will receive access to purchase after the club member pre-sale. These tickets are subject to availability.

For any membership enquiries, please contact 1300 467 246.

When do tickets go on sale?

Please note these dates are subject to change

Rounds Date on-sale Member on-sale General public on-sale
10 (v Adelaide) Monday 7 March 1:00pm 3:00pm

How much are tickets?

Ticket type Price
Adult and Concession $10.00*
Junior (Under 18) $0.00*
Family (2 adults and up to three juniors) $20.00*

*Transaction fees may apply 

Access for Juniors (under 18) is free, however all attendees must redeem a ticket in advance. Any junior without a pre-purchased ticket will not be permitted access to the match.

All attendees will be included in RSEA Park, SkyBus Stadium and Wilson Storage Trevor Barker Beach Oval's approved COVID-safe capacity, and as a result, every attendee will require a ticket. 

When will I receive my tickets? 

All tickets will be available in digital format only due to COVID-19 safety requirements.

You will be able to download your tickets on your mobile phone via your ticket account or the ticket agent app. 

For more information, visit the AFLW Ticketing FAQ.

Venue capacities and contact tracing

Each venue hosting a match will be required to follow the relevant State Government COVID-safe directions for events. These may impact:

  • Total saleable venue capacity
  • Ticket type/s available for purchase
  • Social distancing requirements
  • Venue segmentation requirements
  • Contact tracing requirements for attendees and match-day working personnel
  • Attendee vaccination status

All attendees will need to provide proof of double COVID-19 vaccination and check-in upon entry.