There's one more game left to play at RSEA Park, and the Saints are going to close it out with a bang when they face the Lions this Saturday.
Join us as we celebrate all things Saints Pride for our final home game of 2023!
Round 9 | Celebrating Saints Pride
St Kilda v Brisbane
Saturday 28 October
3:05pm AEST, RSEA Park
Broadcast live on Fox Footy, Kayo and the AFL and AFLW Official Live Apps
Plan your day!
Gates open: 2:00pm
Team warm-up: 2:20pm
Team entry/banner: 2:54pm
Game begins: 3:05pm
Kick to Kick: Post-game
Grab your tickets ahead of time so you don't miss out on any of Saturday's action!
Kids under 18 can redeem a FREE ticket to the game. Tickets will be available for purchase at Gate 2.
Elevate your game day experience with a seat in our new and iconic Danny Frawley Centre Grandstand! AFLW members can upgrade their General Admission seats here.
Limited seating available in sections 1 and 2. There will be some walk-up seats available on the day.
Tickets to our remaining games of the season can be viewed in our AFLW Ticketing Hub.
St Kilda will celebrate all things Pride this coming weekend at RSEA Park, revealing this season’s Pride Guernsey which will be available to purchase for the first time.
Acknowledging key moments in both the club’s and LGBTQIA+ history while also encouraging inclusivity and acceptance for all, the guernsey will be worn this Saturday in the Saints’ final home game of the season against Brisbane.
Carrying over several key elements from last season’s design, the 2023 Pride Guernsey reflects key moments and events that have helped shape an inclusive culture both at the Saints and the broader football community.
The guernsey adapts a blackout version of St Kilda’s Crusader kit, featuring the crest motif in the colours of the Pride Progress Flag. An accompanying border around the base of the crest in the colours of the trans flag colours serves as a new addition for 2023.
Bring the whole family down to RSEA Park this weekend and get behind the mighty Saints!
There's something for everyone at the home of Saints Footy including:
Plus, show your Pride colours at the game and receive a free Saints Pride Badge!
There will also be a parent pod, toddler play zone, sensory space, photo wall and much more to keep you entertained for hours!
Plan your journey with PTV Journey Planner to make sure you get to the game on time and with ease. RSEA Park is a short walk from Moorabbin Railway Station, which is located on the Frankston Line.
Note there is no parking available at RSEA Park. Surrounding street parking may be limited, so ensure you plan ahead of time so you arrive at the game hassle-free.
Entry to Saturday's game is via either Gate 1 (main reception) or Gate 2 (Linton Street, Danny Frawley Centre end). Please check your ticket to ensure you enter via the correct gate.
The following items are prohibited into RSEA Park:
- Musical Instruments
- Flags over 1.6m
- Portable/fold-up chairs or stools
- 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.
No smoking or vaping is permitted inside the venue.
There's no shortage of options when it comes to food and beverages!
We'll have plenty on offer from siren-to-siren, including:
- Linton Street Café, serving toasties, hot chips, coffees and smoothies
- Sanctum bar, serving burgers, pies, beers and wines
- Red Rooster Kiosk, serving fried food, packaged food and canned drinks
- Zero 95 pizza
- Cha Cha Vegetarian Food
- St Remio Coffee Cart
- Mr Fresh Truck ice cream
- Roaming food and beverage attendants, serving chocolate, chips and snacks
- Moorabbin Social for post-game drinks
St Kilda's four-game winning streak came to a head last weekend as Walyalup banked a convincing 24-point win in the west.
Tyanna Smith was among the Saints' best contributors with 16 touches, while J'Noemi Anderson provided the day's highlight with her first ever AFLW goal.
WALYALUP 4.2 5.5 6.6 6.9 (45)
ST KILDA 1.3 1.3 2.3 3.3 (21)
Walyalup: O’Sullivan 2, Miller 2, Tighe, Stannett
St Kilda: Friend, Smith, Anderson
Walyalup: Stannett, Lally, Kauffman, Strom, Bowers
St Kilda: Smith, Patrikios, Lambert, McDonald
Ahead of the new Nicky Winmar book, My Story: From Bush Kid to AFL Legend written with Matthew Hardy, the great No. 7 will be at Saturday's game to sign copies of his new book.
Thirty years after creating one of the most memorable moments in sporting history, Winmar tells his story in a moving and compelling memoir.
This long-awaited autobiography tells the story of Winmar's brilliant career in colourful detail, as well as giving moving insight into his life. Amid the pain, the turbulence and the triumph, his heart and abiding sense of humour shine through.
Follow St Kilda's official social media channels for all the latest news and behind-the-scenes action on game day.
Visit the official Saints Match Centre for live in-game stats, highlights, news and other updates.