The Parramatta Eels face the Wests Tigers at Bankwest Stadium on Thursday 23 July in Round Eleven of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
The Eels head into the clash after suffering a 22-18 defeat to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles last week whilst the Wests Tigers will be looking for back-to-back victories after a 48-0 victory over the Brisbane Broncos in Round 10.
Limited fans will be allowed to return to each NRL game this month in NSW, with Bankwest Stadium having a capacity of approximately 7,500 fans allowed into the venue.
Please note Bankwest Stadium is enforcing social distancing, cashless transactions, and mobile-only ticketing along with revisions to their food and beverage packages.
Tickets will be not be able to be purchased at the gate.
Here is what you need to know ahead of kick off.
Match: Eels v Wests Tigers
Round 11 -
Venue: Bankwest Stadium, Sydney
6:30pm: Gates Open
7:50pm: NRL, Parramatta Eels vs. Wests Tigers
Round Eleven crowd
From 1 July, crowds of up to 10,000 (or as much as 25 percent of a venue) will be permitted in NSW and Queensland, with Bankwest Stadium having a capacity of approximately 7,500 fans allowed into the venue.
Members who expressed their interest last week have already been contacted in regards to accessing their tickets. If you expressed your interest, and have not yet been contacted by the Membership team, please email our team at email@example.com and a team member will contact you ASAP.
How can I be COVID safe at the game?
We kindly request members to consider the safety of others and please stay home if you have been feeling unwell, have been in contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or are awaiting on the results of a COVID-19 test (including yourself).
If you have been in a COVID-19 hotspot such as Victoria in the last 14 days or any of the venues listed on the NSW health website in the designated time periods you will not be permitted to attend events at the Stadium at this time.
More information on Bankwest Stadiums COVIDSafe measures can be found here.
Please note that Member tickets to Friday night's clash does not include integrated transport for this clash. Transport for NSW will however be supplementing the services based on attendee data to ensure services can be met.
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50-50 Charity Raffle
The 50-50 Charity Raffle is back this week, however tickets can only be purchased online! Head to parraeels.com.au/5050, purchase a ticket ahead of this week’s game and you could win 50% of the proceeds.
The funds raised this week will go towards our Eels Charity Partner Giant Steps.
Giant Steps was founded to help educate children and families experiencing autism, to alleviate associated stress and to guide in the achievement of measurable results.
To find out more about Giant Steps, please visit: https://giantsteps.net.au/
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The broadcast will run on Nine and Foxtel - Fox League, while fans with Kayo Sports will be able to stream the match on their preferred device.
Telstra customers will have FREE access to all matches of the NRL Telstra Premiership on the NRL App.
ABC, Triple M Sydney/Brisbane and NRL Nation will also be broadcasting via radio.
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- Fox Sports (USA)
- SportsNET (Canada)
- beIN Sports (France)
- TVWAN Action (Papua New Guinea – PayTV)
- SkyPacific (Pacific Nations – PayTV)
- Sport24 (Worldwide In-Flight/In-Ship – excl Aus and NZ domestic airlines)
- Watch NRL: Not available in Australia, New Zealand or Pacific regions