ANZ Stadium and its four NRL tenants have combined to significantly reduce the costs of attending the footy in 2018.
Fans of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Parramatta Eels and Wests Tigers will all have access to cheaper match day ticket, food and travel prices thanks to a joint push to make NRL games more affordable for families.
An ANZ Stadium official confirmed the new price structures, which could feasibly see a family of four attend a game for $80, with NRL.com on Monday morning ahead of an official announcement later in the day.
With the Wests Tigers set to host the Sydney Roosters and their former star fullback James Tedesco in round one, a wide range of adult tickets will be available for $20, while kids under 12 can attend for free with every ticket including free public transport to the ground.
Food prices will also be dropped, with burger meals available for under $10.
ANZ Stadium is set to host a number of NRL blockbusters in 2018, with the Rabbitohs, Manly Sea Eagles, Parramatta and Cronulla Sharks scheduled for a round three double-header.
Western Sydney’s four clubs will also be on show regularly throughout the season given the Eels temporary move from Parramatta while the area’s new stadium is under construction, resulting in a number of local derbies at Olympic Park.