Exceptional achievements on and off the field this year are fuelling powerful membership sales ahead of the One New Zealand Warriors’ 30th season kicking off in less than 100 days.
After being the first club to go out with membership renewals, the total member number is already the One New Zealand Warriors’ best since 2012.
It coincides with the club offering its most comprehensive range of packages in many years, featuring the Warriors Member Store which was launched recently. MBER+ allows members to select and customise their own membership pack using a $50 credit included with all merchandise options. Click here to learn about MBER+.
The One New Zealand Warriors kick off their 2024 campaign with a home game at Go Media Stadium against Cronulla Sutherland on Friday, March 8 (8.00pm kick-off).
It’s one of 10 games at Go Media Stadium with the two other home games being played in Christchurch against Canberra on March 22 and in Brisbane against Penrith on May 19.
As well as full-season memberships, the One New Zealand Warriors have away packages with tickets including a two-game Christchurch offering for the round three match against Canberra and the Preseason Challenge encounter with the Wests Tigers on February 18.
Click here for full range of membership packages.
Coming out of their three seasons in exile, the One New Zealand Warriors made extraordinary strides on and off the field in 2023.
With a 16-8 win-loss regular season record, they sealed a top four spot for the first time in 15 years and reached the preliminary finals for the first time since 2011.
The success fed enormous growth in attendances as the One New Zealand Warriors’ crowds for home and away regular season games topped 500,000 (506,439) for the first time, beating the previous mark of 495,624 in the club’s debut season in 1995.
That didn’t take into account crowds totalling almost 100,000 for the club’s three finals matches including the biggest attendance of the year at Go Media Stadium (26,083 for the Newcastle play-off, one of six home games which were sold out).