NAB Challenge tickets on-sale

Tickets for the forthcoming 2015 NAB Challenge are now on sale.

The NAB Challenge marks the return of Australia’s Game in 2015 and this year’s competition will see many of the most iconic regional and suburban football grounds across the country host AFL football.

Every match across the opening three weeks of this year’s competition will be played at regional or suburban venues around Australia, while the fourth and final week will see matches played at metropolitan AFL venues to maximise team preparations ahead of the Premiership Season.

For the first time in over a decade AFL and club members with game access will have free General Admission entry to those NAB Challenge matches in which their club is competing (subject to availability, upgrade fees may be applicable).

A range of fan engagement initiatives, including post-game kick-to-kick on-ground at every match across the opening three weeks, will also be a feature of this year’s NAB Challenge.

Reigning Premiers Hawthorn kick-off the 2015 NAB Challenge, hosting Collingwood at Aurora Stadium on Thursday February 26 (7.10pm EDT) in what will be the Magpies’ first ever official AFL match in Tasmania as that State celebrates 150 years of Australian football in 2015.

The 2015 NAB Challenge, broadcast exclusively on Fox Footy, will see top-flight football return to some of the game’s most cherished suburban venues, including Whitten Oval in Melbourne’s west.

Matches will be played in every state and feature a number of games at venues that don’t normally host AFL football during the Premiership Season, including Blacktown (NSW), Mandurah (WA), Burpengary (QLD), Townsville (QLD), Fremantle Oval (WA), Coffs Harbour (NSW), Morwell, (Vic), Shepparton (Vic), North Ballarat (Vic), Albury/Lavington (NSW), Bendigo (Vic) and the Whitten Oval (Vic).

Furthermore, a number of venues will host official AFL pre-season matches for the first time, including Drummoyne (NSW), Norwood (SA) and Port Lincoln (SA).


AFL and club members with game access have free entry to those NAB Challenge matches in which their club is competing (subject to availability, upgrade fees may be applicable) while prices for the 2015 NAB Challenge are unchanged from 2014 (excluding additional fees and charges), with prices from $18 for adults and concession, $4 for juniors (under 15) and $36 for families (2 Adults, 4 Children under 15). 


Tickets for 2015 NAB Challenge matches at the following venues can be purchased through the relevant ticketing agent:

Ticketmaster or 136 100 – Etihad Stadium, Aurora Stadium, Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney, Rushton Park (Mandurah), Moreton Bay Central Sports Complex, Whitten Oval, Metricon Stadium, Simonds Stadium, Spotless Stadium, Eureka Stadium (Ballarat), Queen Elizabeth Oval (Bendigo), Patersons Stadium, Fremantle Oval.

Ticketek or 132 849 – Centenary Oval (Port Lincoln), StarTrack Oval, Tony Ireland Stadium (Townsville), C.ex Coffs International Stadium (Coffs Harbour), Norwood Oval, Morwell Recreation Reserve, Deakin Reserve (Shepparton), Lavington Sports Ground (Albury), Drummoyne Oval (Sydney), AAMI Stadium.

Please see for further venue and ticketing information.

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