Be at RSEA Park on Thursday night to see Brett Ratten's new-look Saints take to the field against Hawthorn as part of the Marsh Community Series.
Access to the Marsh Community Series matches is subject to capacity and is not guaranteed. The AFL advises that the St Kilda v Hawthorn match at RSEA Park has less than 1000 tickets remaining for sale. Due to the limited capacity remaining, we strongly recommend that patrons wishing to attend purchase a ticket in advance and members guarantee their entry by using their membership card to register for a general admission ticket. Gate sales and member registrations are subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis.
Marsh Community Series Week 1
St Kilda v Hawthorn
Thursday 20 February
7:10pm, RSEA Park
Gates open: 5.30pm
Thursday night's match at RSEA Park is a ticketed event. Access to the Marsh Community Series is subject to capacity, therefore a St Kilda membership does not guarantee entry to the venue.
Access to the Marsh Community Series is subject to capacity. As this is our first ticketed AFL game at RSEA Park we strongly recommend you upgrade to a general admission ticket to guarantee your entry. Membership upgrades are subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis and subject to an additional fee.
Access to the Marsh Community Series is subject to capacity. As this is our first ticketed AFL game at RSEA Park we strongly recommend you purchase a general admission ticket in advance to guarantee your entry.
To ensure entry, we recommend arriving as early as possible.
For anyone requiring accessible seating, please enter the ground through the St Kilda Football Club reception.
Numerous food stalls and beverage options will be available across the ground.
GETTING TO THE GAME
We strongly recommend catching public transport. Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from the game.
Travelling by car:
There is limited parking surrounding RSEA Park. Please check street signage carefully.
Travelling by train:
RSEA Park is located on the Frankston line and is a short 12-minute walk from Moorabbin Station.
There may be delays, with buses replacing trains between Moorabbin and Frankston from February 2 to February 16. Click here for the latest information from PTV.
Travelling by bus:
Bus routes 627, 825, 824 and 823 stop at Moorabbin Station.
Plan your journey with PTV Journey Planner to make sure you get there on time and with ease.
Saints Locker will be open in numerous locations to purchase your game day essentials.
A new era dawns, and now it’s our turn to forge a legacy.
But we must unite, now.
The drums are calling, and now the march begins.
Together we rise.
Enjoy the game in style at The Lawn.
Along with premium viewing positions on the southern wing, The Lawn includes:
- Light meal options;
- Premium beverage packages;
- Live DJ and live acoustic music;
- Exclusive access to The Lawn's enclosed VIP Area, complete with lounges, chairs and tables;
- Exclusive photo opportunities.
If you can't make it down to RSEA Park, the game will be aired live on Fox Footy from 7:00pm.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
You can bring your own food and water, however there are plenty of food and drink options available in stadium. 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.
Please note that patrons are required to present all bags for inspection upon entry to the venue.
For more information please refer to the AFL Conditions of Entry.
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