A return to Marvel Stadium you won't want to miss.
Be there this Saturday as players past and present are honoured for their time in red, white and black, before Jack Steele and the Saints battle it out against the Hawks for both the Blue Ribbon Cup and a place in September.
2022 AFL Season | Round 20
St Kilda v Hawthorn
Saturday 30 July
4:35pm AEST, Marvel Stadium
Broadcast live Fox Footy, Kayo and the Official AFL Live App
Geary to be honoured
Jarryn Geary's career at St Kilda will be formally commemorated at Saturday afternoon’s match against Hawthorn.
The 207-game Saint, who called time on his career last fortnight, will be joined by family and friends at the race in acknowledgement of his 16 years spent in red, white and black, before joining the guard of honour as the Saints run onto the ground.
Geary captained St Kilda for five seasons – one as co-captain alongside Jack Steele – after being recruited with pick No. 58 at the 2007 Rookie Draft.
Fans are encouraged to be in their seats by 4:00pm to farewell the former skipper and on-field warrior.
A meaningful return for Robbie Muir
Proud Yorta Yorta man and former St Kilda player Robbie Muir will return to the club for Round 20, both in acknowledgement the past and in celebration of his career while in red, white and black.
Like many other past Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander past players, Muir helped pave the way for the current generation and we are both pleased and honoured to host he and his family at Marvel Stadium.
Muir and his grandson will take part in this week's cultural gift presentation just before the opening bounce. Championed by newly appointed Indigenous Development Manager Aunty Katrina Amon, the cultural gift presentation is designed to deepen and continue the Saints' embracing of Indigenous culture within the club.
You can learn more about the new tradition here.
Another milestone for Membrey
Co-vice-captain Tim Membrey will celebrate his 150th career game this weekend against Hawthorn.
One of the club's must respected and trusted players, Membrey will be joined by wife Emily, daughter Wren and his family as he is presented his playing guernsey on-field.
Membrey's guernsey presentation will take place at approximately 3:30pm at the club's race.
Blue Ribbon Cup
Saturday's match will coincide with the 23rd Blue Ribbon Cup, held annually in honour of the courage and sacrifice of Victoria's Police Officers show in the line of duty.
The Silk-Miller Memorial Medal, named in memory of fallen officers Gary Silk and Rod Miller, will be presented post-game to the play judged beset afield.
Secure your tickets for Round 20 as the red, white and black strive towards a place in September.
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Getting to the game
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Please note that buses replace trains on sections of the Lilydale, Belgrave, Frankston, Cranbourne and Pakenham lines this Saturday. Passengers should allow extra time when travelling to and from Marvel Stadium.
Please be aware after the game there may be increased congestion and delays getting onto the platforms at Southern Cross Station.
Passengers are advised to return to where they got off the bus prior to the game.
Marvel Stadium redevelopments
Marvel Stadium redevelopment works have begun and there are some changes to the concourse that may affect you when entering the ground:
- Entry gates are available all around the stadium apart from Gate 2 which is currently closed – please enter via the gate on your ticket.
- The concourse might look a little different on the city side of the stadium, with some hoarding in place around Gate 2 and Gate 5.
- Once you enter the stadium there is no change to the experience, you are free to move around, visit the food and beverage outlets, or any of the amenities.
- To comply with the current Marvel Stadium policies, all food, beverage and merchandise outlets will be cashless, however Eftpos and credit card facilities are of course available.
Conditions of Entry
The following items are prohibited:
- Musical Instruments
- Flags over 1.6m
- Animals (unless a registered companion animal required for medical reasons – medical certificate must be supplied)
- Any item deemed to be or which may be considered to be dangerous. This is at the discretion of the stadium operator and their security contractor.
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