Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs to play first home game at Bankwest Stadium this Saturday
Wednesday 31 July 2019 12:09pm
The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will play their first home game at Bankwest Stadium this Saturday, and who better to get things started against than the Penrith Panthers.
The Bulldogs’ Round 20 clash with the Panthers this Saturday, will be the first-time Club Members and fans will get to experience the atmosphere at the Stadium.
Fans are encouraged to buy tickets quickly with Family GA passes – which admit four – costing $50 at Bankwest.
Fans should plan to arrive early to catch all three grades of Bulldogs action on the day and pre-purchase their tickets online to beat the queues on event day.
Event-goers will be able to catch the train, bus or other public transport services to and from Parramatta using just their event ticket.
- 1:15pm: Family Fun Zone (Outside Gate B)
- 1:15pm: Gates Open
- 1:30pm: Jersey Flegg
- 3:15pm: Canterbury Cup
- 5:30pm: NRL Kick-Off
GETTING TO THE GAME:
All tickets to Bulldogs v Panthers include return travel on all forms of public transport. Fans need only show their ticket to Transport for NSW staff to access travel to and from the game.
Parramatta Transport Interchange is a short walk from Bankwest Stadium with fans encouraged to leave the car at home and use public transport. For the most up-to-date transport info, head to the Transport for NSW Event Page here.
If fans must drive, there is parking available in Parramatta walking distance from the Stadium. You can see a comprehensive list of available parking around Parramatta here.
For information on accessible parking and access head here.
For a map of the venue and seating arrangements head here.
The Bulldogs Members area Club 18 will be located on the North West Terrace located near Aisle 229.
The Bulldogs Membership and Merchandise Huts will be located at aisles 121 and 128.
A Membership Marquee will be positioned outside Gate B.
The Family Fun Zone will begin operating at 1:15pm located outside Gate B and featuring inflatables, KIA photobooth, face painters, jumping castle, fairy floss and much more.
The Bulldogs announced last week that they will play home games at Bankwest Stadum from the second half of 2020 while ANZ Stadium undergoes its planned redevelopment. Read more here.