With the final six rounds of the 2015 Telstra Premiership season announced last week by the NRL, Blue and Gold fans can now purchase tickets to the Round 22 clash (Saturday 8 August) between the Dyldam Parramatta Eels and the Penrith Panthers at Darwin’s TIO Stadium.
The game is part of the Northern Territory Government’s four-year partnership with the Eels to play NRL trial and Premiership games and deliver development activities in the Territory.
The clash will be the Eels second game in #eelsterritory, after previously defeating the Canberra Raiders at TIO Stadium in Round 22, 2014.
Gates open: 3.15pm / Curtain raiser: 3.30pm / Main game: 7pm
For more information, or to purchase tickets through the Darwin Entertainment Centre, click here.
General Admission tickets for Adults start at $20 whilst a GA Family of Four (2 Adults 2 children) ticket is on sale for just $10 whilst plenty of Grandstand options are still available.
“We’re expecting a strong turn-out of Blue and Gold supporters, not to mention the Panthers contingent and fans of the game in general, so I’d encourage everyone to snap up their seats as soon as possible,” said Minister for Sport and Recreation Gary Higgins.
“We’re looking forward to being back in the Northern Territory next month to play our second NRL Premiership game, and we’re proud to be able to showcase rugby league in the Top End,” Parramatta Eels Acting CEO John Boulous said.
“Our community and development officers have visited the Territory numerous times throughout the year already and our partnership promoting rugby league is going from strength to strength.”
“We’ve enjoyed enormous support from everyone in the Territory since commencing our partnership, and having our Darwin game confirmed on the playing schedule makes us excited to being there again in August.”
For Blue and Gold fans looking to purchase tickets for the remainder of the season, it’s not to late to become a Member and save on ticket prices. Three-game Memberships are available here, which gives access to our home games in Round 19, 25 and 26.