Here is the Match Day information for the Round 4 NRL Telstra Premiership clash against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Lottoland on Saturday, March 25.
Pre-purchase your ticket today. Sea Eagles Members are also entitled to a 10% discount off the ticket price.
Saturday, March 25.
Gates open: 12:00pm
Holden Cup Kick-off: 12.15pm: Manly v Canterbury
Intrust Super Kick-off: 2.10pm: Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles v Canterbury
NRL Kick-off: 4:30pm: Manly v Canterbury
Visit the Membership Marquee
Become a 2017 Sea Eagles Member here: www.gomanly.com.au
The Membership Marquee will be located at Ken Arthurson Stand entrance for any Membership Sales and Game Day Enquiries.
Sea Eagles Ticket Office
The Sea Eagles Ticket Box Office is located at the far left window of the portable ticket box opposite the Ken Arthurson grandstand and will be open from 12.00pm.
All Members who have yet to receive their Membership cards can see our Membership staff at this window to redeem a ticket. Relevant ID is required for the team to check your information within our database.
Pre Purchased Tickets
Venue collection Ticketmaster tickets are now only available for collection from Box Office 1 at the Ken Arthurson grandstand entrance. Pre purchased, venue collection tickets can no longer be collected from any Box Office.
Purchase all the latest Sea Eagles merchandise, including the new Falcon jersey, at one of the three merchandise outlets.
Travelling to Lottoland
Lottoland is located on the corner of Pittwater Road and Alfred Road.
It is located approximately five minutes walking distance from North of Warringah Mall and about three minutes walking distance from the Manly Leagues Club
For public transport timetable information please contact the Transport Info line on 131 500 or visit http://www.131500.com.au
Kids on the Field
Manly Warringah Sea Eagles wish to advise that the ‘Kids on the Field’ event post-match at Lottoland has been cancelled for this Saturday.
The Sea Eagles have been liasing with the NRL to ensure the Lottoland playing surface is up to NRL standards as the safety of all players is paramount.
With Manly hosting five home games in the first seven rounds – including three triple headers – it means the playing surface has, and will continue, to receive a huge amount of traffic on the playing surface.
The heavy rain in the lead up to the first two home games has also affected the condition of the playing surface.
The Sea Eagles hope to be able to hold the ‘Kids on the Field’ event again in the near future, subject to the playing surface and weather conditions.