Manly Warringah Sea Eagles have a huge day of exciting activities planned for the much anticipated return to 4 Pines Park on Sunday, March 27.
The Sea Eagles will play their first home game of the 2022 Telstra Premiership against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at a revamped 4 Pines Park, Brookvale.
Match Day details
Gates open: 3.45pm
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NRL Kick-off: 6.15pm: Manly Warringah Sea Eagles vs Bulldogs
Match Day Partner
Our proud Match Day Partner is URM.
Sea Eagles Premier Partner, United Resource Management, have been supporting the local community for over 40 years, and this season are celebrating 26 years of support with the Sea Eagles. To learn more about URM, visit urmgroup.com.au
Save on time and queues by securing your tickets online through Ticketmaster here, and to celebrate the opening of our brand new undercover Northern Grandstand, you can purchase a ticket here for the same price as the hill, and be the first to sit here!
You can also become a Sea Eagles Member and secure your tickets for the entire season – with a 3, 5 & 10 game options to suit depending on how many games you can get to during the season. 2022 Sea Eagles Members receive up to 45% off general public ticket prices plus a range of other exclusive benefits. Click here for more information.
The Sea Eagles Membership Marquee will be back this season, located outside of the Ken Arthurson main entrance (cnr Pittwater and Alfred Road). If you have any questions about your 2022 Membership or are looking to become a Member, come visit the friendly Membership Team who will happily assist.
You can purchase all the latest Sea Eagles team gear at the three merchandise outlets inside 4 Pines Park. Official Merchandise can also be purchased at our online store.
A Samoan dance group, led by the sister and relatives of the late Manly player Keith Titmuss (#623) as well as cousins of Josh Schuster, will perform a cultural dance and then form the Guard of Honour to welcome our Sea Eagles players onto field prior to the NRL kick-off as part of the inaugural Multicultural Round.
There will also be a performance by the Seabirds cheerleaders.
Getting to 4 Pines Park
Supporters are encouraged to consider all the available public transport options ahead of time while public transport continues to operate at CovidSafe capacities to maintain physical distancing across the network.
Drive with your group and use nearby local parking. Allow extra travel time as traffic may be heavier than usual. You can find real-time updates on traffic conditions at livetraffic.com
If you have to catch public transport, please plan ahead at transportnsw.info and allow plenty of extra travel time. It’s mandatory to wear a face mask when travelling on buses. Fans are encouraged to keep their masks on until they reach their seats inside 4 Pines Park.
Buses run regularly to Brookvale making stops on Pittwater Rd near the stadium.
Remember you'll need to use an Opal card or contactless payment method when travelling to and from the game on public transport. Register your details via the Opal website or app ahead of time.
Look for the ‘green dots’ on-board services to find the safest places to sit or stand and check real-time capacity indicators where available as you may need to wait for the next service with available capacity.
Additional measures and staff will be in place around transport hubs and the stadium to safely manage crowds arriving and leaving the game so please be patient, practice physical distancing while in queues and follow the directions of staff on site.