After a two-year hiatus, the Len Hall Tribute Game is back in front of the Purple Army for its 25th anniversary as Fremantle take on Carlton under Saturday night lights on 23 April, and tickets are now on sale through Ticketmaster.
The game will see Adam Cerra’s return to Optus Stadium to face his former Club with both teams currently in the top eight and pushing for a return to finals football.
There will be 75 per cent capacity allowed at the game by the WA Government. Members will be able to attend the game in their allocated reserved seat and do not need to redeem their ticket.
Purple Army members will have a two-hour exclusive pre-sale from 10am on Wednesday 13 April.
The general public will then be able to purchase tickets from 12pm.

To be able to access the pre-sale, please keep an eye on your inbox for the link to buy and your password.
If you have any questions or require further assistance, please contact the Membership Services Team on (08) 9433 7111 or at
The 25th anniversary of the Len Hall Tribute Game will be played in front of fans for the first time since 2019 in what was also David Mundy’s 300th game. The 2020 edition was cancelled due to the AFL’s extended shutdown and the 2021 game locked out to supporters.
Fremantle first played the game in 1996 to honour the ANZACs. It is named after Len Hall, a Gallipoli veteran and massive football fan who was born on 9 May 1897 – the day after the first ever round of VFL games.