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A ‘Be the Tribe’ call to arms, kids’ memberships locked in at just $49 for 11 home games and a junior membership pack are among the features of the Vodafone Warriors’ 2017 membership programme now on sale.

The on-sale launch for new members follows the opportunity for existing members to renew their memberships at 2016 rates.

“We’ve had a terrific response from current members who have renewed or upgraded their memberships for next season,” said Vodafone Warriors fan engagement manager Aaron Lawton.

“Our message to prospective new members or former members looking to sign up again is to do so as soon as possible to secure the best seats possible in their preferred category.”

Lawton said the same stadium map and full season membership products would continue in 2017.

Kids’ memberships throughout the stadium remain at $49 in 2017 while the club has also introduced the option of a junior membership pack which includes a foam footy and a kid’s backpack. Adults can choose between a Vodafone Warriors member’s cap or scarf.

The 2017 membership programme is built around a ‘Be the Tribe’ call to all supporters.

“From the players to the fans we are one tribe, the only NRL team in an entire nation,” said Lawton.

“We’re the outsiders to the other 15 clubs so we’re striving for unity as we fight together to support our team in both the good times as well as in adversity.

“Be the Tribe is our call to arms for members to take your place in our tribe and help us fight each week as we go into battle. We are all in this together, always and forever.”

The Vodafone Warriors’ 23rd season in the competition is piloted by new head coach and former Vodafone Warriors player Stephen Kearney with a team of Stacey Jones, Andrew McFadden and Steve McNamara supporting him.

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