The Parramatta Eels will clash with the Wests Tigers on Easter Monday 2 April at ANZ Stadium in Round Four of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
Date: Monday, 2 April 2018 (Easter Monday)
Venue: ANZ Stadium
Times: 1:30 Gates Open
1:45 Intrust Super Premiership – Western Suburbs Magpies v Wentworthville Magpies
4pm – NRL – Wests Tigers v Parramatta Eels
MEMBER RECIPROCAL RIGHTS
Despite Round 4 being a West Tigers home match, selected ticketed Members will receive access as this is the first of our three reciprocal rights games at ANZ Stadium
Eels Members will find their Reciprocal away seating allocations on the back of their 2018 Membership Cards.
Parramatta Eels Reserved Members will access via Gate C/D with General Admission Seating available on Level 4 East (subject to capacity).
Parramatta Eels General Admission Members will access via Gate B with General Admission Seating available on Level 1 in Aisles 101 – 103.
If you have left your Membership card at home or require Membership & Ticketing assistance, please visit our Members Service windows located at Gate A/B on Game Day!
As a special treat for our attending 2018 Eels Members, Members Lounge ’47 will be operating in the South West Terrance during the Easter Monday clash. However, as it is an away game, only catering will be available with the live entertainment, LIVE post-match press conference, Member giveaway and player appearances not available in Round Four.
STAY KIND ROUND
Wests Tigers and Parramatta will once again join forces to promote the Stay Kind Round — a message developed in partnership with the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation. The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation launched the Stay Kind initiative in memory of Stuart Kelly, remembered for his continued support and kindness to his brother Thomas and to others.
The Foundation's aim is to raise awareness of youth suicide and community values through a National Stay Kind Day. Through the Stay Kind initiative the Foundation will promote the prevention of self-harm and suicide by running campaigns that promote better communication, changed behaviours and values for youth and the general community. This will be achieved through awareness initiatives in homes, schools, sporting codes, and the general community.
On the day, fans can support the Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation with the 50/50 raffle —proceeds generated from the raffle will go directly to the foundation and the Stay Kind initiative.
GETTING TO THE GAME
MAJOR EVENT BUSES DURING EASTER SHOW
Blue & Gold Members and fans are in for n Easter treat with fully integrated transport to and from ANZ Stadium included in all tickets and Memberships for five all-Sydney NRL games, including this weekend’s inaugural Sydney Double Header and the Eels v Wests Tigers Round Four clash on Easter Monday, coinciding with the Royal Easter Show, beginning this Friday.
With more than 100,000 people expected in Olympic Park each day, fans are encouraged to leave the car at home and take advantage of the fact transport on Sydney Trains, Sydney Olympic Park Major Event Bus Services, regular Sydney Buses, Sydney Ferries services and Light Rail services are included in their match day tickets and Memberships. Show your match-day pass or Membership for the right to travel.
Fans will be able to make it a full day of festivities by hitting up the Easter Show then kicking back and enjoying the footy at ANZ Stadium. All Show Bags will be welcome inside the Stadium.
With Sydney Olympic Park a hive of activity amid a festive atmosphere, fans are strongly encouraged to plan their trip in advance of each game.
Along with the Easter celebrations, patrons attending the NRL at ANZ Stadium will be able to access the Fans First Initiatives put in place by the Stadium’s four home clubs for this season.