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Fremantle to launch Virtual Perth Stadium

fremantlefc.com.au  October 22, 2017 8:14 PM

Fremantle CEO Steve Rosich and President Dale Alcock are excited for Freo fans in 2018.

Following Sunday's announcement by the State Government that the Perth Stadium user agreement has been signed, there is now a once in a lifetime opportunity for Fremantle members to secure their seat at what will be one of the world’s great sporting stadiums.

Fremantle general manager of business operations David Pitts said that the club would tomorrow launch Virtual Perth Stadium, taking Fremantle Dockers fans and members into the future and into the soon to be completed Perth Stadium.

“Virtual Perth Stadium is a state-of-the-art online portal that has been designed to provide all Fremantle members and fans the ability to see incredible 360-degree views from almost every section of the stadium,” Pitts said.

“In the coming weeks Fremantle Dockers members will also start to receive their reserved seating allocation for the 2018 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

“The club has committed to ensuring that there will also be more affordable reserved seating options available to our members at Perth Stadium, compared to the previous options at Domain Stadium.  

Pitts said that Fremantle members would also have more categories of seating options to choose from with six seat categories at Perth Stadium, compared to the four at Domain Stadium, plus packages including new Sports Lounge and Supporters Club options for members.

“The Fremantle Dockers match day experience will be transformed in 2018, with Perth Stadium offering more choices of seating categories, a broader range of new and improved catering options, the biggest replay screens in the country, plus significantly enhanced Wi-Fi technology for all our members and fans.

“The club is also delighted to confirm that all Fremantle Dockers members will have priority access to secure the best seats at Perth Stadium for the 2018 season.” 

Fremantle members will start receiving communication from the club regarding their new reserved seats at Perth Stadium via email, and the opportunity to secure additional reserved seats for family and/or friends.

To keep up to date with the latest information regarding the Fremantle Dockers move to Perth Stadium or 2018 membership packages, the club encourages all Fremantle members to visit membership.fremantlefc.com.au on a regular basis.