Final Grand Final tickets on sale this week

Final Grand Final tickets on sale this week
The Panthers were running at ANZ Stadium last night. Photo: NRL Image.

The NRL will issue the final tickets for the Sunday Night Season Decision tomorrow and Tuesday at the ANZ Stadium.

Tickets will be unloaded at 2pm today before the final release tickets are made available to members with tickets tomorrow at 10am.

The last remaining public tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

With a crowd of about 40,000 expected at NZ Stadium on Sunday night, capacity has been halved due to COVID-19 restrictions.

With Melbourne fans unable to travel to Sydney, the crowd is likely to be dominated by Penrith supporters.

NRL has confirmed that the gates will open at 3:15 p.m.

There will be a tribute to the retiring players before the NRL Grand Final, as well as a presentation of the Ken Stephen Medal.

“ANZ Stadium is the largest venue in NSW and that means more of our fans will be able to watch the great final day live,” said NRL CEO Andrew Abd Abdo.

“This year will be a historic last day. The competing teams will have overcome all the challenges before them and we will experience the end of the season like no other.

“We can’t wait to see 40,000 fans at the venue. Our fans have been so patient and loyal throughout the season and the increase in crowd caps for the final series is the right way to acknowledge that loyalty. ”

Tickets are available through Tickettack.

In other Grand Final news, no Penarth players have been charged by the Match Pew Committee since last night’s opening final.

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