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2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final

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ADD TO CALENDAR 10/24/2020 10:21 AM AEST 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final

It's official, The Gabba will host the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24th October.


Official Media Release from the Australian Football League - 17 September 2020.

Price freeze on all tickets at all matches across the entire 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

AFL Chief Executive Officer Mr Gillon McLachlan has today announced a price freeze on all tickets, for all matches across of the 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

After a subsequent price freeze on weeks 1-3 in 2019, the AFL continues its commitment to affordability by freezing tickets nationally, across all games and venues, all the way through the Grand Final.

The entry level reserved seat category for weeks one and two will remain at $35, with week three matches (Preliminary Finals) at $65, and the Grand Final at $185.

Mr McLachlan said the price freeze was put in place to honour the commitment members and fans had made to their clubs in a Covid-19 affected season.

“It has been a challenging year for everyone, so now, more than ever, our commitment remains to keep finals footy prices as an affordable option and thanking the members and fans who have stuck by their club’s this season.”

“It will be a final series like no other, but our venues in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are ready to host the biggest games of the season, and most importantly in a covid-safe environment for all.”
“Regardless of how many fans can attend matches in each state I know the atmosphere will be electric and the roar of the crowd will be as loud as ever.” Mr McLachlan said.

Along with the frozen ticket prices for the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final, the AFL also released the breakdown of ticket allocation for the match.

Competing Club members have the largest allocation with 54% of the overall amount (16,200 of 30,000).
Finals Series ticket holders and relevant AFL and Medallion Club Memberships 15%, Premium hospitality packages 16% and the remaining 15% made up of AFL stakeholders, Corporate and Broadcast partners.

Any club members allocation that isn’t taken up then goes on sale to the general public.

“The Queensland community has whole heartedly welcomed the AFL family over the last few months and we look forward to getting as many Queenslanders to the biggest and best event on the Australian sporting calendar.” Mr McLachlan said.

In line with Queensland Government and Chief Health Officer protocols, the capacity for the Gabba Grand Final day is currently 30,000. If there is a change to this the ticket allocation will adjust across the board accordingly.

On-sale dates for finals will continue to be staggered after a successful trial in 2019 to prioritise the customer experience when purchasing finals tickets which are often high demand. On-sales have been scheduled in line with the finals fixture schedule.

 

On sale dates

 

WEEK 1: 25th September - 3rd October

1 Oct - Adelaide Oval (Port Adelaide v Geelong) Friday, September 25
2 Oct - The Gabba (Brisbane Lions v Richmond) Monday, September 28
3 Oct - The Gabba (St Kilda v Western Bulldogs) Tuesday, September 29


WEEK 2: 5th - 10th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 5
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 6


WEEK 3: 12th - 17th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 12
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 13


 

It's official, The Gabba will host the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24th October.


Official Media Release from the Australian Football League - 17 September 2020.

Price freeze on all tickets at all matches across the entire 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

AFL Chief Executive Officer Mr Gillon McLachlan has today announced a price freeze on all tickets, for all matches across of the 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

After a subsequent price freeze on weeks 1-3 in 2019, the AFL continues its commitment to affordability by freezing tickets nationally, across all games and venues, all the way through the Grand Final.

The entry level reserved seat category for weeks one and two will remain at $35, with week three matches (Preliminary Finals) at $65, and the Grand Final at $185.

Mr McLachlan said the price freeze was put in place to honour the commitment members and fans had made to their clubs in a Covid-19 affected season.

“It has been a challenging year for everyone, so now, more than ever, our commitment remains to keep finals footy prices as an affordable option and thanking the members and fans who have stuck by their club’s this season.”

“It will be a final series like no other, but our venues in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are ready to host the biggest games of the season, and most importantly in a covid-safe environment for all.”
“Regardless of how many fans can attend matches in each state I know the atmosphere will be electric and the roar of the crowd will be as loud as ever.” Mr McLachlan said.

Along with the frozen ticket prices for the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final, the AFL also released the breakdown of ticket allocation for the match.

Competing Club members have the largest allocation with 54% of the overall amount (16,200 of 30,000).
Finals Series ticket holders and relevant AFL and Medallion Club Memberships 15%, Premium hospitality packages 16% and the remaining 15% made up of AFL stakeholders, Corporate and Broadcast partners.

Any club members allocation that isn’t taken up then goes on sale to the general public.

“The Queensland community has whole heartedly welcomed the AFL family over the last few months and we look forward to getting as many Queenslanders to the biggest and best event on the Australian sporting calendar.” Mr McLachlan said.

In line with Queensland Government and Chief Health Officer protocols, the capacity for the Gabba Grand Final day is currently 30,000. If there is a change to this the ticket allocation will adjust across the board accordingly.

On-sale dates for finals will continue to be staggered after a successful trial in 2019 to prioritise the customer experience when purchasing finals tickets which are often high demand. On-sales have been scheduled in line with the finals fixture schedule.

 

On sale dates

 

WEEK 1: 25th September - 3rd October

1 Oct - Adelaide Oval (Port Adelaide v Geelong) Friday, September 25
2 Oct - The Gabba (Brisbane Lions v Richmond) Monday, September 28
3 Oct - The Gabba (St Kilda v Western Bulldogs) Tuesday, September 29


WEEK 2: 5th - 10th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 5
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 6


WEEK 3: 12th - 17th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 12
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 13


 

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It's official, The Gabba will host the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24th October.


Official Media Release from the Australian Football League - 17 September 2020.

Price freeze on all tickets at all matches across the entire 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

AFL Chief Executive Officer Mr Gillon McLachlan has today announced a price freeze on all tickets, for all matches across of the 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

After a subsequent price freeze on weeks 1-3 in 2019, the AFL continues its commitment to affordability by freezing tickets nationally, across all games and venues, all the way through the Grand Final.

The entry level reserved seat category for weeks one and two will remain at $35, with week three matches (Preliminary Finals) at $65, and the Grand Final at $185.

Mr McLachlan said the price freeze was put in place to honour the commitment members and fans had made to their clubs in a Covid-19 affected season.

“It has been a challenging year for everyone, so now, more than ever, our commitment remains to keep finals footy prices as an affordable option and thanking the members and fans who have stuck by their club’s this season.”

“It will be a final series like no other, but our venues in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are ready to host the biggest games of the season, and most importantly in a covid-safe environment for all.”
“Regardless of how many fans can attend matches in each state I know the atmosphere will be electric and the roar of the crowd will be as loud as ever.” Mr McLachlan said.

Along with the frozen ticket prices for the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final, the AFL also released the breakdown of ticket allocation for the match.

Competing Club members have the largest allocation with 54% of the overall amount (16,200 of 30,000).
Finals Series ticket holders and relevant AFL and Medallion Club Memberships 15%, Premium hospitality packages 16% and the remaining 15% made up of AFL stakeholders, Corporate and Broadcast partners.

Any club members allocation that isn’t taken up then goes on sale to the general public.

“The Queensland community has whole heartedly welcomed the AFL family over the last few months and we look forward to getting as many Queenslanders to the biggest and best event on the Australian sporting calendar.” Mr McLachlan said.

In line with Queensland Government and Chief Health Officer protocols, the capacity for the Gabba Grand Final day is currently 30,000. If there is a change to this the ticket allocation will adjust across the board accordingly.

On-sale dates for finals will continue to be staggered after a successful trial in 2019 to prioritise the customer experience when purchasing finals tickets which are often high demand. On-sales have been scheduled in line with the finals fixture schedule.

 

On sale dates

 

WEEK 1: 25th September - 3rd October

1 Oct - Adelaide Oval (Port Adelaide v Geelong) Friday, September 25
2 Oct - The Gabba (Brisbane Lions v Richmond) Monday, September 28
3 Oct - The Gabba (St Kilda v Western Bulldogs) Tuesday, September 29


WEEK 2: 5th - 10th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 5
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 6


WEEK 3: 12th - 17th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 12
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 13


 

SHARE EVENT

ADD TO CALENDAR 10/24/2020 10:21 AM AEST 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final

It's official, The Gabba will host the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final on Saturday 24th October.


Official Media Release from the Australian Football League - 17 September 2020.

Price freeze on all tickets at all matches across the entire 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

AFL Chief Executive Officer Mr Gillon McLachlan has today announced a price freeze on all tickets, for all matches across of the 2020 Toyota AFL Finals Series, including the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final.

After a subsequent price freeze on weeks 1-3 in 2019, the AFL continues its commitment to affordability by freezing tickets nationally, across all games and venues, all the way through the Grand Final.

The entry level reserved seat category for weeks one and two will remain at $35, with week three matches (Preliminary Finals) at $65, and the Grand Final at $185.

Mr McLachlan said the price freeze was put in place to honour the commitment members and fans had made to their clubs in a Covid-19 affected season.

“It has been a challenging year for everyone, so now, more than ever, our commitment remains to keep finals footy prices as an affordable option and thanking the members and fans who have stuck by their club’s this season.”

“It will be a final series like no other, but our venues in Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia are ready to host the biggest games of the season, and most importantly in a covid-safe environment for all.”
“Regardless of how many fans can attend matches in each state I know the atmosphere will be electric and the roar of the crowd will be as loud as ever.” Mr McLachlan said.

Along with the frozen ticket prices for the 2020 Toyota AFL Grand Final, the AFL also released the breakdown of ticket allocation for the match.

Competing Club members have the largest allocation with 54% of the overall amount (16,200 of 30,000).
Finals Series ticket holders and relevant AFL and Medallion Club Memberships 15%, Premium hospitality packages 16% and the remaining 15% made up of AFL stakeholders, Corporate and Broadcast partners.

Any club members allocation that isn’t taken up then goes on sale to the general public.

“The Queensland community has whole heartedly welcomed the AFL family over the last few months and we look forward to getting as many Queenslanders to the biggest and best event on the Australian sporting calendar.” Mr McLachlan said.

In line with Queensland Government and Chief Health Officer protocols, the capacity for the Gabba Grand Final day is currently 30,000. If there is a change to this the ticket allocation will adjust across the board accordingly.

On-sale dates for finals will continue to be staggered after a successful trial in 2019 to prioritise the customer experience when purchasing finals tickets which are often high demand. On-sales have been scheduled in line with the finals fixture schedule.

 

On sale dates

 

WEEK 1: 25th September - 3rd October

1 Oct - Adelaide Oval (Port Adelaide v Geelong) Friday, September 25
2 Oct - The Gabba (Brisbane Lions v Richmond) Monday, September 28
3 Oct - The Gabba (St Kilda v Western Bulldogs) Tuesday, September 29


WEEK 2: 5th - 10th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 5
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 6


WEEK 3: 12th - 17th of October

Friday Night Final Monday, October 12
Saturday Final Tuesday, October 13