The Vodafone Warriors will honour their loyal members during the last home game of the NRL season against the Manly Sea Eagles on Sunday (4.00pm kick-off).
On a special appreciation day, all members in attendance will be entitled to a range of exclusive benefits.
There’s a ‘bring a mate to the footy’ ticketing offer which gives all members an extra free ticket enabling them to take anyone to the match. Purchase these tickets by emailing our ticketing officer Lisa Dalton on firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting reception at our home ground.
On the merchandise side, our 2017 heritage jersey will be exclusively available to members only at a discounted price of just $99.
The jersey design was inspired by the colours of the club’s original 1995 jersey and features a solid base of Pacific and Maori inspired artwork. Grab yours on game day at our SuperStore near Gate C.
There’s also a food offer for members with Westie Pies selling for only $2.00 each at all outlets around the stadium.
Pre-game, our 2016 Vodafone Warriors member of the year Emma Harper will be involved in the Ray White Coin Toss when opposing captains Daly Cherry-Evans and Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will both be interviewed.
In the lead-up to the main game, all Vodafone Warriors members present at Mount Smart Stadium will have the opportunity to step out onto the turf for the traditional end of season march around the stadium.
Some new members-only initiatives have been introduced this year.
When the Vodafone Warriors run out for their warm-up, keep an eye out on the T-shirts they’ll be wearing. Emblazoned on the back of each of them will be the name of selected members.
Watch out, too, on the big screen for the official announcement of the Vodafone Warriors team. You’ll see selected members appearing to read out the names of the players in the line-up.
Members who have attended all home games at Mount Smart Stadium will go in the draw to run out with the Vodafone Warriors ahead of kick-off.
Members will also be selected to make the traditional presentations to departing players when they’re farewelled after the NRL match. This will be followed by a photo being taken of all 2017 members present alongside the players and football and office staff.
The final members-only benefit will be a post-match meet and greet with the NRL players in the Members’ Clubrooms at the northern end of the ground. This will take place as soon as possible after the match when the players will be available for signing and photograph opportunities.