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The Dyldam Parramatta Eels are thrilled to announce the club has hit a record number of Members in 2014, overtaking the previous highest tally reached in 2013. 

Currently 17,268 Members have signed up to be part of the Blue and Gold Army in 2014, eclipsing the 2013 figure of 17,205. 

“It’s fantastic to see the growth in our Membership numbers this season, to have more of our fans sign up and show their commitment to the club means a lot,” Dyldam Parramatta Eels CEO Scott Seward said. 

“This year we’ve made our Membership options more affordable and varied to suit more of our supporters, and to have such a positive response is fantastic.”

The club will continue its focus on hitting 20,000 Members in 2014, with the launch of the three-game reserved seat and general admission Membership options which are perfect for supporters who are still to sign up. 

The three-game reserved seat Membership guarantees a seat in the grandstand for three out of our next four home games at Pirtek Stadium for when we face the Cowboys, Knights, Rabbitohs or Sea Eagles.

Prices range from just $70 for an adult to $180 for a family of two adults and up to four juniors, amking it as affordable as $10 per person, per game for a family to watch the footy from reserved seating.

Click through to sign up for a 3 Game Reserved Seat Membership!

Don’t want a reserved seat? Our General admission three-game family Membership is just $100 for tickets to three of our remaining home games for two adults and up to four juniors. 

Click through to the 'Help me Decide' page to see which Membership package suits you best!

“Playing in front of the Blue and Gold Army at our home grounds does make a big difference when our boys are out on the field,” Dyldam Parramatta Eels Head Coach Brad Arthur said. 

“We appreciate all our Members and it’s great to see our support grow.”

To sign up as a Member, either call 1300 BLUE GOLD during office hours, or visit

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