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Vodafone Warriors fans in Western Australia are in for a double dose of top drawer rugby league at nib Stadium in Perth this year.

Not only are the Vodafone Warriors facing the Manly Sea Eagles there on Saturday, July 16, but the Kiwis and the Kangaroos have also been confirmed for the first-ever rugby league international in Western Australia on Saturday, October 15.

The National Rugby League (NRL) has now announced a special two-game package that includes a ticket to both the Test and Vodafone Warriors’ NRL fixture against Manly. This is the only option available to supporters to secure a ticket for the October Test.

With a large contingent of expatriate Kiwis living in Western Australia, the two-game pack is sure to be popular with Vodafone Warriors Shaun Johnson, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Issac Luke, Manu Vatuvei, Simon Mannering, Ben Matulino and Thomas Leuluai plus Manly’s Martin Taupau and Lewis Brown in contention to possibly play both fixtures. 

A special designated away section has been created for New Zealand supporters called the ‘Black Out Zone’. Kiwi fans are encouraged to buy tickets into this area and wear their team colours to ‘Black Out’ their section of nib Stadium.

NRL Round 19

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles v Vodafone Warriors 

Saturday, July 16

nib Stadium, Perth

Test Match 

Australia v New Zealand

Saturday, October 15

nib Stadium, Perth

SEE TWO-GAME PACKAGE OPTIONS IN TABLE BELOW

Public transport is included with all tickets giving supporters easy access to and from the stadium.  

Tickets go on sale at 9am WST on Thursday, February 4 through Ticketmaster.

Vodafone Warriors and Manly club members will have access to early tickets from 2.00pm NZT on Tuesday, February 2.

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