AFL Games

AFL Tickets & Game Details

Tickets for the Darwin AFL game are available from the NTix website

Or from:
– Darwin Entertainment Centre Box Office and
– Nightcliff Newsagency

Round 16

Melbourne v Fremantle
Saturday 7 July 2018
7:10pm ACST
Darwin

General admission
Infant (0 – 5) – Free, but still require a ticket for entry
Junior (6 – 14) – $5
Concession – $15
Full – $25
Family of 4 – $50.00

Grandstand – restricted view seating
Junior (6 – 14) – $5
Concession – $15
Full – $25
Family of 4 – $50.00

Grandstand – unrestricted view
Junior (6 – 14) – $18
Concession – $28.50
Full – $37.50
Family of 4 – $99

Melb vs Freo in Darwin

Game information

Melbourne Football Club is featured playing in the Northern Territory as part of the NT Government's partnership with the AFL to bring elite Australian football to Central Australia and the Top End. 
 
The Demons will host Fremantle in Darwin as a night game on Saturday 7 July, in Round 16.
  
Fans are reminded that last year’s AFL match in Darwin was a sellout and they are urged to get in quickly to avoid missing out.

Tickets aren’t expected to last with hundreds of fans travelling to the Northern Territory to combine a holiday with the opportunity to watch their favourite team in action in a unique setting.

Paid tickets as well as free five and under tickets for the Darwin game are available online at https://www.ntix.com.au/ and at outlets: Darwin Entertainment Centre Box Office and Nightcliff Newsagency in Darwin. 
 
Former AFL Northern Territory CEO Michael Solomon said after two successful fixtures in the NT in 2017, the Territory was in for another treat.
 
“This year I’ll have the opportunity to be a spectator and witness all the excitement and action just like everyone else. I’ll be getting my tickets sooner than later so that I don’t miss out on the right to brag about the perfect Dry Season conditions and the TIO Stadium surface being the best in the country, come July in Darwin. 
 
“Seeing how the professional athletes play first hand and having them immerse themselves in the NT way of life in the days leading into the games is inspiring for our next generation of Territory footballers,” Solomon said.
 
Minister for Tourism and Culture, Lauren Moss echoed Solomon’s sentiments

“I’m thrilled to welcome both teams back to the Territory. We know that Territorians want to experience these types of events at home – it helps make the NT a great place to live and keeps people here.

“It’s going to be a wonderful celebration of football. I urge Territorians to get in quick and secure their tickets,” she said.