The Blue and Gold Army is invited to travel to Hunter Stadium for free this Saturday on a dedicated Hayne Train for our Round 25 clash against the Newcastle Knights!
Thanks to Sydney Trains and the NRL, there will be a free Hayne Train service running from Stathfield Station to Broadmeadow for the game.
Up to 900 Eels Members, NRL junior pass-holders and game ticket-holders will be able to ride the express service free of charge on Saturday.
The NRL action kicks off at 3pm, and the train service will return to Sydney departing from Broadmeadow at 5.30pm after the game.
We need as many of the Blue and Gold Army as possible to show up at Hunter Stadium and cheer on the boys, so jump on the Hayne Train for free to help cheer on the Eels!
STRATHFIELD TO BROADMEADOW:
Departs Platform 3 11.19am
BROADMEADOW TO CENTRAL:
Please be advised there is track work scheduled for some services on the Western Line, with buses replacing trains between St Marys and Granville and Richmond and Granville, so make sure to plan ahead to make sure you arrive on time.
Tickets for the game are available from Ticketmaster - click through to get yours today!
Already booked on the Blue and Gold Army Bus?
We are also offering a dedicated coach this Saturday from Pirtek Stadium in Parramatta directly to Hunter Stadium - click through for details.
All Members and fans who have already purchased a ticket on the Blue and Gold Army bus are eligible for a refund if they would prefer to take the free train - simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What do I do if I miss the Hayne Train?
There is only ONE dedicated Hayne Train on Saturday, but don't worry, if you happen to miss it or the train is full, there are lots of other options to head to Newcastle.
Trains depart at the following times from platform 3 at Strathfield Station, arriving at Broadmeadow station:
Departs: 10.28am to arrive at 12.54pm
Departs: 11.28am to arrive at 1.44pm
Departs: 12.28pm to arrive at 2.54pm