23 January 2015 Swans v Lions Tickets on Sale

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23 January 2015 Swans v Lions Tickets on Sale

Tickets go on general sale for the 2015 NAB Challenge Match in March between the Sydney Swans and the Brisbane Lions at 9am on Thursday, January 29.

 

C.ex Coffs International Stadium will host the game on Friday, March 6, from 7.10pm under lights and FOX SPORTS will broadcast event live. It’s a welcome return for top-level AFL to the stadium which was last seen here in 2011 when a crowd of 4,873 watched St Kilda take on the Swans.
 

Leanne Coad, Council’s International Stadium and Events Manager (Interim) said the stadium has proved to be a truly fantastic venue for AFL and the Swans have developed a close relationship with local fans and the Council. “We’re hoping to see a big turnout of AFL and sports fans from the Coast, as well as the potentially massive television audience too,” said Ms Coad.

 

Tickets to the match will be available from Ticketek at www.ticketek.com.au Tickets start at $18 for adults, $4 for juniors and $36 for families (two adults and up to four juniors under 15). For full ticket information, go to www.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au/nabchallenge

 

The Swans will also be holding a series of community events including open training sessions and a Kid’s Superclinic when they come to Coffs with the entire playing group for a Training Camp from February 4-6.

 

Wednesday 4 February
Open training session at C.ex Coffs International Stadium - 8.30am to 11.30am.

 

Thursday 5 February
ETC Business Leaders Luncheon - 12noon to 2pm at C.ex Coffs. Attendance at this lunch could see you win a double pass to the Sydney Swans v GWS Giants at the SCG on Saturday, April 18.  The prize includes flights and accommodation (thanks to Coffs Coast Travel and Novotel Pacific Bay Resort).

 

Kids Superclinic at C.ex Coffs International Stadium – 4pm. To register, go to https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/swansclinic2015 Places must be booked by January 29.

 

Friday 6 February
Open training session at C.ex Coffs International Stadium - 8.30am to 11am.