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AFLW: Optus Stadium tickets selling fast  February 1, 2018 5:31 PM

Hayley Miller and Ebony Antonio are ready to run out at Optus Stadium. - AFLW,Fremantle,Fremantle Dockers

Hayley Miller and Ebony Antonio are ready to run out at Optus Stadium.

Tickets are selling fast for Fremantle’s NAB AFL Women’s clash with Collingwood at Optus Stadium, with only 6000 tickets remaining for the historic game.

Approximately 43,000 fans have already snapped up the chance to see the first Australian Rules football game at the venue.

As it is a non-reserved seat event, the capacity of Optus Stadium has been reduced to ensure crowds can move smoothly around the venue.

The game will be a day of celebration for the club’s arrival at their new home ground, with the men’s team also completing a training session prior to the game, along with signing sessions from both the men’s and women’s teams, inflatables, face painting and other activations.

A number of records are expected to tumble at the event, including the highest attendance at an AFLW game of 24,500 set at the 2017 AFLW season opener between Carlton and Collingwood at IKON Park.

Tickets are $2 through Ticketmaster and include free public transport to Optus Stadium, so fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance. 

Click here to purchase your tickets.

There are no additional booking fees through Ticketmaster and full proceeds from ticket sales will be split evenly and donated to the Starlight Children's Foundation and the Fremantle Dockers Foundation.