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Lottoland Capacity Restrictions Lifted

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles wishes to advise the following information in relation to additional seating at Lottoland following the announcement of COVID-19 restrictions across NSW being eased from March 29.

The Club is pleased to advise that over 1,000 additional reserved seats will now be made available to Sea Eagles Members and supporters at Lottoland from Round 4 onwards.

The easing of restrictions applies only to structured seating areas.

At Lottoland, this means the Jane Try, Ken Arthurson and Fulton-Menzies Grandstands as well as the concourse bench seating areas of the venue.

On the back of this very welcome news, the Club is reviewing its Reserved Seat Membership and Ticketing model options for the final six matches at Lottoland this year.

The Club will provide more information on these plans next week.

It is important to note that there has been no easing of restrictions at all for the grass hill and concourse standing areas at Lottoland.

These areas remain subject to the 1 per 2 square metre rule which, of course, significantly reduces the Club's capacity in these areas.

Sea Eagles 75 Members can purchase tickets for the Round 4 clash v Panthers now

Tickets for this match will be made available to the General Public from 10am tomorrow (Friday).