The Fremantle Dockers take on Geelong this Thursday 15 July at Optus Stadium. Bounce down is at 6.10pm

The game will be played as the annual Starlight Purple Haze Game, proudly presented by South32.

The 19th edition of the game will have increased significance following the tragic passing of Milli Lucas, a Starlight Star who earlier this year lost her battle with cancer.

Fremantle will wear a special Milli Tribute Jumper on the night, which has been drawn and designed by Milli’s sister Tess and brother Joel.

Freo fans can also register their Purple Haze Fans Pledge to raise funds for the Starlight Children’s Foundation, pledging a dollar amount for every goal Fremantle kick!


Tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

Fremantle members can access their tickets for round 18 via the Fremantle Dockers Official Club app, click here for detailed instructions.

For those who are unable to gain access to their tickets via the Fremantle Dockers Official Club app, click here to view detailed ticket instructions including downloading tickets, forwarding tickets and returning tickets.

4pm - Membership services available at gate B, C and E
 – Gates open
5.25pm – 5.40pm - On-field warm-up
5.55pm – Fremantle team entry
6.10pm  - Bounce down

Look out for some friendly Starlight staff members around the precinct and get your Starlight Purple Haze Fans pledge in! Fans will be able to donate a dollar amount for every goal Fremantle kick on the night. Please note Optus Stadium is currently a cashless venue and all donations will need to be made via EFTPOS.

Or you can pledge now HERE!

Purple Haze is not only about raising funds for the Club’s charity partner Starlight, it’s also about having fun! So we are asking our fans to get into the spirit of the game and dress up in awesome purple outfits for Thursday night’s Starlight Purple Haze Game, proudly presented by South32.

The best dressed fans will feature at half time and the cheers of the Purple Army will determine the winner of a $500 Crown voucher and a Starlight ‘Milli Tribute’ Jumper.

For your chance to show off your best purple outfit at half time, register here by uploading a photo of you at the game in your purple outfit from 4pm on Thursday 15 July.

Optus Stadium on a Freo match day was Milli Lucas’ happy place and to pay tribute to that, fans can stand and cheer for Milli at the 14-minute mark of the first quarter as a nod to her bravery, courage and beautiful smile.

Triple M Live – The talented Trent-Jean Michel will be performing live at quarter time from the level 5 stage.

Please note the Suburban Event Bus Network will not be operating before the match.

Instead, fans will need to catch a regular timetabled bus to the city, where you can transfer to a train to Perth Stadium Station.

Additionally, if you normally catch the Joondalup or Fremantle lines direct to Perth Stadium Station you will need to transfer trains in Perth.

Your event ticket includes travel on all Transperth services for three hours either side of the event, so simply show your ticket to the driver or inspector to travel for no extra cost.

Click here for more information

Arrive early… avoid delays
In addition to downloading your digital ticket prior to arrival, getting to the stadium early will ensure you are not caught in long queues outside the stadium in the lead up to the game. 

Help us, help you
Report anti-social behaviour to Stadium Staff immediately or text 0409 317 771.

Scan on your right, enter on your left
Please remember, the scanner to scan your digital ticket(s) is located to the right of the turnstile entry gates. Please do not bring bags larger than an A4 piece of paper.

Leave your cash at home
Optus Stadium is currently a cashless venue meaning you will need to pay using EFTPOS at all food and beverage outlets.

Other key points:

  • No cloaking facilities available. Don't bring bulky items.
  • Do not approach players or officials for autographs or photos.
  • Practice good hand hygiene.
  • If you feel unwell or have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms during the two weeks prior to this weekend’s game, please DO NOT attend. If you begin to feel ill whilst at the game, please make sure to notify an Optus Stadium representative immediately and follow the directions of any venue, club or AFL staff.


  • The City View Café will be OPEN.
  • The Goodwood restaurant will be OPEN.
  • The Freo Clubhouse will be OPEN. Members with access can log into their MyFreo account to show their 'The Freo Clubhouse digital pass' for River View Room entry on Thursday night. Fans can catch pre-match interviews and the post-match press conference in the room.

Make every goal count for sick kids!

Pledge a donation for every goal Freo kick in our Starlight Purple Haze game against Geelong and help brighten the lives of sick kids.