Cazalys Australia Day Clash - FAQ
After a 15-year break from Rep Footy, AFL Northern Territory (AFLNT) is delighted to announce that 2021 will see the return of the Northern Territory Football League (NTFL) representative side and representative games.
Head to TIO Stadium to see the finest men and women from the TIO NTFL competition pull on the famed ochre, black and white guernsey and represent the territory against SANFL’s seaside team, the Glenelg Tigers on Saturday 23 January 2021 during the Australia Day weekend.
What are the game details?
Saturday 23 January 2021
2:00PM - BIG RIVERS v REDTAILS
4:30PM - NTFL Women’s v Glenelg Women’s
6:30PM - NTFL Men’s v Glenelg Men’s
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets will be available online via Ticketebo. You will require an email address, phone number and a valid payment method to complete your purchase. Note: No other website is an authorised ticket seller.
How much do tickets cost?
|Infant||Free, ticket required for entry|
|Family of 4||$34.00|
|Kantilla's Access Pass||$45.00|
Corporate packages are also available, please contact email@example.com for more details.
What time do the gates open?
Bonson gate (Airport End) will open at 1:30pm; Ah Mat gate will open from 5:30pm
Will tickets be available for purchase at the gate on game day?
Yes, tickets will be available for purchase on game day. (Subject to availability, unless sold out prior)
However ALL patrons are encouraged to book online through Ticketebo – any ticket purchase requires an email address, phone number and a payment method. This is the easiest way to reserve a seat.
What payment methods are accepted?
Via the Ticketebo website - online payment methods via VISA, Mastercard and American Express.
Game day tickets at Bonson Gate (subject to availability) - can be paid for via credit/debit card, cash and BasicsCard.
What if I bought tickets through a reseller/unauthorised site?
We are sorry to hear you have purchased tickets via an unauthorised website. These websites are unofficial ticket resellers and the authenticity of your purchase cannot be verified by us. The only authorised ticketing agent for the 2021 Cazalys Australia Day Clash in Darwin is Ticketebo.
Other websites have no official connection or affiliation with AFLNT and have not been authorised or licenced by the AFLNT to utilise AFLNT Intellectual Property in the manner described. We have sent a cease and desist letter to these websites but we strongly advise you read the terms and conditions and contact the on-seller directly for a refund.
Program of Events
1:30pm Bonson Gates Open
2:00pm Redtails v Big Rivers Football League
4:00pm Game break
Jaxon De Santis performs live (on ground)
4:00pm Auskick Kids Activities Commence
Thunderslide (Grassed area behind TIO Stadium)
Face Painting/ Airbrush Tattoos (Concourse behind TIO Stadium)
4:28pm Coin toss for Women’s game
Minister for Sport Hon Kate Worden MLA & NTFL Women’s representative and Life Member Natasha Medbury
4:30pm NTFL Women’s v Glenelg Women’s
5:30pm Ah Mat Gates Open
6:00pm (approx) MAIN BREAK
Jaxon De Santis performs (on ground)
6:15pm Men’s Pre-Match formalities commence
6.23pm Welcome to Country performed by Richard Fejo accompanied by Les Huddleston on the Didgeridoo
6:26pm National Anthem performed by Felicity Lamberton
6:28pm Coin toss
Cazalys GM Matt Hewer, 1985 NTFL team captain Ted Liddy
6.30pm NTFL Men's v Glenelg Men's
7.30pm Live Half-time entertainment performed by Jaxon De Santis
9.00pm (approx) Final siren
If you can’t make it to TIO Stadium to watch the games live, see the broadcast arrangements below:
Big Rivers vs Redtails
When: Saturday 23 January 2:00pm
Broadcast: Live on AFLNTv YouTube here.
NITV Sunday 24 January 1:00pm
Northern Territory v Glenelg (Women)
When: Saturday 23 January 4:30pm
Broadcast: AFLNTv YouTube from 5:30pm here.
NITV Sunday 31 January 2:30pm
Northern Territory v Glenelg (Men’s)
When: Saturday 23 January 6:30pm
Broadcast: AFLNTv YouTube Sunday 24 January 6.30pm available 24 hours later.
NITV Sunday 24 January 3:00pm
What are your COVID-19 related policies?
Special terms and conditions (TIO Stadium COVID Event safety advice below) apply due to COVID restrictions.
You acknowledge that, even with rigorous capacity and control measures in place at TIO Stadium, there remains an unquantifiable risk of transmission of viral illness including COVID-19 at a match at this time and you have considered that risk and your own personal circumstances, including any health condition or vulnerability that you may have or that of persons whom you will be in close contact with following your attendance. You acknowledge that, for a small number of people, COVID-19 has very serious health consequences. By attending, you (and any persons who attend the match with you) acknowledge and accept these obvious risks.
What if I feel unwell before the game?
Please get in contact with us via AFLNT@afl.com.au ASAP before the game, where we can arrange a refund.
Why is it important that I submit my details and know who I am buying tickets for/giving tickets to?
It is a condition of entry to these games and part of our COVID Event Plan that we are able to contact trace any patron who attends the games. Please enter correct details and be aware of who you are purchasing or giving tickets to.
What is the TIO Stadium COVID Event safety advice?
It's great to welcome footy fans at to TIO Stadium. We have collaborated with NT Health and NT Police to put in place measures to ensure events are as safe as possible.
To a certain degree, these measures will only work if everyone plays their part in keeping TIO Stadium COVIDSafe.
We need you to:
• Stay home if you are feeling unwell and get tested for COVID-19.
• Stay home if you have had any contact with a person from any NT Government Declared hotspots in the last 14 days.
• Limit the number and size of bags you bring and have any bags ready for inspection as you approach your entry gate. This will make security checks faster and safer.
• Arrive early to help avoid congestion, gates open from 1.30pm.
• Have your phone with your ticket ready to go when entering the stadium, finding your seat and scanning out of the stadium.
• Be mindful of others when moving in and around the Stadium and maintain appropriate physical distancing at all times.
• Follow signage and directions of event day staff and all Stadium announcements and messaging.
• Practice good hygiene at all times – keep up the hand washing/use of soap, as well as sanitiser. Always cough/sneeze into your elbow. Bring your own hand sanitizer.
• Payment for food, beverages and Merchandise is by card (preferred). Take your refreshments back to your seat to consume.
• If you can, use the stairs. Lift usage will be restricted to people with mobility needs and a maximum of 2 people at any time.
• Try to avoid touching stair rails, door handles and other touch points – sanitise your hands after this and use hand sanitiser before eating.
• Patrons with special access requirements seated in the Maurice Rioli Grandstand will need to use the lift located near the Bonson gates/ AFLNT Stadium Office.
• At the end of the game, please remember to respect others and keep your distance from other people at all times. As you leave, try to avoid touching handrails, doors and other touch points.
• At the end of the game, patrons are reminded that there may be requirements to stagger departure times. Please listen carefully to all TIO Stadium announcements.
• We encourage you to download and use the Government's COVIDSafe app and make sure it’s up and running before you leave your house.
• If you develop any cold or flu symptoms after the match PLEASE get tested for COVID-19.
We hope you have a great time at TIO Stadium and thank you for playing your part!