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North Melbourne v Gold Coast SUNS

Sunday 8th July, 1.10pm
Etihad Stadium
Key times:
11.30am – Gates open
1.10pm – Bounce down
3.45pm – Members Post Match Function Starts


Membership and Ticketing

As this is a North Melbourne home game, only Victorian SUNS memberships will provide scan entry on Sunday afternoon to designated GA seating. All other 2018 Match Access Memberships will not gain access to this match. There are still tickets available to purchase through Ticketmaster. 

Gate 1 will be closed for entry and for ticket sales. Please proceed to Gate 2

Level 3 will be open for General Admission seating between Aisles 29 and 44 only. This is the city side of venue. Best entry for Level 3 is via Gate 5.

Victorian Members Post Match Function

The GC SUNS are excited to be in Victoria again and can’t wait to meet all of our loyal members and fans at our annual VIC Members Post Match Function.

We'll be hosting our Post-Match Members Function in the Victory Room B from 3.45pm after our clash against North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium, where you can meet Senior Coach Stuart Dew, grab autographs and photos, plus hear from the players.

Make sure you have registered below & bring your membership card along on the day for free entry to the function.

Guest tickets are also available: Adults - $10 | Juniors - $5

Click here to RSVP now- (Bookings close 5pm Friday, 6th July)

Locating Victory Room B:

Located at the Harbour Esplanade side of Etihad Stadium, access to Victory Room B is via Level 1 between Gates 8 and Gate 9. Customer Service staff and the wayfinding signage on Level 2 will provide further direction to the Function entry.


Address: 740 Bourke St, Docklands VIC 3008
Capacity: 53,343
Ground dimensions: 159.5m x 128.8m

Ticket agent

Phone: 136 100
In person: Ticketmaster – find an outlet near you

Field manual

Etihad Stadium opened in March 2000 and is characterised by its retractable roof. The roof, which takes eight minutes to either open or close, is 38m above the playing surface, and has provided photographers with some unique viewpoints of AFL games over the years.

The venue was purpose built for Australian Football as a replacement for Waverley Park but has hosted plenty of other sports over the years, and is recognised as one of the best stadiums of its kind in the world.

Getting there

Walk from Southern Cross Station via the pedestrian bridge to Etihad Stadium. It's around a four-minute walk. If you’re coming from outside Melbourne, V/Line services will take you to Southern Cross Station.

Trams run to Etihad Stadium from LaTrobe Street and Harbour Esplanade. They also stop in the CBD on Spencer Street, Bourke Street and Collins Street and all are a short walk to the venue. Visit Public Transport Victoria for more