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Competition - NRL. Round - Round 13. Teams - Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Canberra Raiders. Date - 4th of June 2017. Venue - Lottoland, Brookvale, NSW. Photographer - Paul Barkley | © NRL Photos

GAME DAY INFORMATION - Sunday August 6, 2.00pm at Lottoland

Sea Eagles fans can look forward to our final Sunday afternoon at Lottoland for 2017 when Manly hosts a thrilling Triple Header against long time rivals the Sydney Roosters!

There’s plenty to celebrate on Sunday, with Dylan Walker playing his 100th NRL game and Tom Trbojevic playing his 50th NRL game for the club.

Lottoland will open its gates bright and early at 9.30am as the NYC Sea Eagles and Roosters warm up for a 9.45am kick off. Manly’s under 20s side are sitting comfortably in sixth place and hungry to play finals footy.

At 11.45am, our Intrust Super Premiership side, the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles, will go head to head with the Wyong Roos.

At 2.00pm the main event will kick off when the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles face the Sydney Roosters in what’s going to be a fiery encounter.

Earlier this season, the Sea Eagles broke the Roosters' hearts when Dylan Walker crossed for a late try to win the game.

The rivalry continues - Get your tickets now!


We are going back to the good days on Sunday!

Lottoland will be transformed with the game day experience to feature a retro-style. There will be 80s music, old-school graphics and prizes to be won for the best dressed.

So dust off the double denim and get ready to be retro this weekend!


Don’t miss the second annual Sea Eagles Cheer Experience.

At half-time of the NRL match, more than 200 dancers from eight local dance schools will join the Seabirds for an on-field performance.

The schools are: Bradford Performing Arts, Bounce Performing Arts, Evolution Performance Centre, Greenwich Dance Centre, Miss Zoe’s Dance Academy, Pile Groove’n’Shuffle School of Performing Arts, Sakura Kids Cheerleaders.


Visit the North West corner from 12:30pm with the kids to have fun on the Sea Eagles jumping castle and see the face painter! 


Buy any Tooheys product and receive a Sea Eagles stubbie holder. One stubbie holder per Tooheys item, while stocks last. Don’t miss out!


Northern Beaches Legacy - Buy a badge from one of the roaming Legacy volunteers and wear it with pride to support defence force families.



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.


Membership sales will be available from the membership marquee located at the Ken Arthurson Stand entrance from 9.30am. Memberships purchased on Sunday will be given access to the game.


Jimmy’s Catch, located underneath the Jane Try Stand, will be open from 9.30am for hot food and drinks.


See our extensive range of Sea Eagles merchandise at our Lottoland outlet located beneath the Ken Arthurson Stand. 


Experience the game in style with a range of corporate hospitality options for individuals or groups ranging from Chairman’s Club, Club 47, Private Suites and Open Air Corporate Boxes.

Please be aware that food and beverage service will not commence in Corporate Suites and Boxes until 90 minutes prior to NRL kick-off, and Corporate function rooms will open at 12pm. 

For more information on our corporate hospitality options visit our Sea Eagles Corporate website. Contact the Sea Eagles Corporate team on (02) 9970 3070 or email to book now.


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 Transport NSW to plan your trip! 

Acknowledgement of Country

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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