Tickets are now on sale for every single Wests Tigers home game in 2018!
From today, Wests Tigers Members and fans can purchase General Admission or Reserved seating tickets for all ANZ Stadium, Campbelltown Sports Stadium and Leichhardt Oval games in 2018, as well as the two out-of-town home games at Scully Park (Tamworth) and Mount Smart Stadium (Auckland).
Wests Tigers will kick off their with the first match at ANZ Stadium in 2018 — a mouthwatering showdown against the competition favourite Sydney Roosters on Saturday, March 10 at 4:30pm.
With a range of new fan-first initiatives set to take over ANZ Stadium in 2018 and family-friendly time slot as the only game in town that day, this is certainly a game you don’t want to miss out on!
Following that, Wests Tigers will play their next home game in Round 3 against the Brisbane Broncos at Campbelltown Sports Stadium — celebrating 30 years of football at the suburban ground — before returning to ANZ Stadium for the traditional Easter Monday clash against the Parramatta Eels.
Then it’s across the ditch for the first time in 2018: taking on the Melbourne Storm at Mount Smart Stadium on April 7 as part of a doubleheader that will also see the NZ Warriors take on the Cowboys.
In Round 7, Wests Tigers will take a game to the country when they face the new-look Newcastle Knights at Scully Park in Tamworth — a great venue to watch rugby league in the New England region.
On May 10, Leichhardt Oval will see it’s first game of the year as the North Queensland Cowboys come to town for Thursday night football, before Josh Reynolds goes up against his former team two weeks later with a cracking Sunday afternoon matchup against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.
Campbelltown Sports Stadium will also see a Sunday afternoon matchup take place as the Canberra Raiders make the trip up the Hume Highway in Round 16, with Leichhardt Oval also getting a taste of the Sunday action in Round 16 as Ivan Cleary’s side do battle against the Gold Coast Titans from 2:00pm.
To close out the season, Wests Tigers will have only three home games in the last nine rounds — making it crucial for all fans and Members to get out to each home ground one last time in 2018. With three Sydney rivals in the Dragons, Sea Eagles and Rabbitohs scheduled in, it’s definitely going to be a big finish to the year and one you definitely don’t want to miss out on, so make sure you secure your seat for it all today!