A sell-out crowd is anticipated at Adelaide Arena at Jiangwan Stadium in China later this month, with nearly all tickets exhausted for the Gold Coast's round nine clash against Port Adelaide. 

For SUNS members and fans who have not yet secured their ticket for the match, availability remains in 
SUNS HQ. Overlooking the playing area SUNS HQ is a relaxed environment where guests will enjoy an all-inclusive food and beverage package alongside fellow supporters, SUNS staff, board members and dignitaries. 

Those either in or travelling to China also have the opportunity to further immerse themselves in the football experience and pre-register to attend Open Training in the lead up to the match.

This year the AFL, PAFC and Gold Coast SUNS expect a larger Chinese presence with around 50 per cent of tickets sold to the locals, a significant increase on last year. 

The AFL GM of China, Dave Stevenson told AFL.com.au the game to be officially sold out within the next couple of days. 

"We will have a bigger proportion of local Chinese at the game," Stevenson said.

"We probably had 30 per cent last year, and this year it will be closer to 50 per cent. We've done more marketing, social media and now have 22 schools involved in our AFL program. We're also getting more interest in the game because of the broadcasters. This year we've already had six rounds of AFL aired in China."

The stadium turf has been given the all-clear with the surface graded as AFL standard, while the arena itself has undergone a transformation in the last 12 months, with custom built change rooms in place behind the interchange benches.

Click here to view further information on the exclusive opportunities offered to SUNS supporters, such as the Shanghai Surf Club Cocktail Function at the W Hotel [click to brochure]

For more details please contact Adam Spackman, 0404 238 693