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Match Information | JLT Community Series | Western Bulldogs v St Kilda

The Western Bulldogs face St Kilda on Sunday afternoon at Mars Stadium.  - Western Bulldogs,St Kilda
The Western Bulldogs face St Kilda on Sunday afternoon at Mars Stadium.

JLT Community Series | Week 2
Western Bulldogs vs St Kilda
4:10pm, Sunday, 10 March 2019
Mars Stadium, Ballarat

Broadcast Details

TV: The match will be live on Fox Footy from 4:00pm (AEDT), as well as in the AFL Live App.

Radio: The match will be broadcast on 1116 SEN and 3AW from 4:00pm (AEDT).


Tickets are available via Ticketmaster

Adults: $30 reserved seating or $20 general admission
Concession: $25 reserved seating or $15 general admission
Junior: $10 reserved seating or $5 general admission

The full ticketing price guide can be found below.

Adult $30.00 $20.00
Concession $25.00 $15.00
Junior $10.00 $5.00
Family (2 adults, up to 4 juniors under 15) $60.00 $40.00
Adult Member Upgrade $10.00 $5.00
Concession Member Upgrade $10.00 $5.00
Junior Member Upgrade $5.00 $3.00

All prices are subject to additional ticket agent fees.

Club Member Access

Once again, AFL and Club access members will have free general admission entry to those matches in which their Club is competing (subject to availability, upgrade fees may be applicable). Some restrictions may apply for non-access members. To confirm your eligibility, please contact your club.

Access to JLT Community Series matches is subject to capacity and is not guaranteed. The AFL recommends that members upgrade their membership to a reserved seat or register for a general admission ticket in order to guarantee entry. Membership upgrades and registrations are subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis and subject to an additional fee. Transaction fees may also apply.

Around the grounds

Around the Mars Stadium precinct there will be a variety or activties for the family.

- Football inflatables where you can test your football skills
- Mascot appearances
- Photo booth and giveaways
- "Me and My Dad Playgroup" providing a variety of activities for pre-school children
- 2019 Bulldogs Merchandise and memberships available for purchase

Getting to the game

To assist fans with parking, the City of Ballarat will once again provide a free shuttle bus and park and ride service.

Shuttle bus to and from Mars Stadium
A shuttle bus will depart the Ballarat Railway Station Bus Terminal and travel to Mars Stadium from 2.30pm
From 6pm, a return shuttle will depart Mars Stadium and drop passengers off in Sturt Street opposite the Ballarat Town Hall.


Park and Ride Shuttle
From 3.30pm, a shuttle bus will depart Drew’s Paddock (Midland’s Golf Club) on Heinz Lane and travel to Mars Stadium, this will be continuing on a 20-minute loop until approximately 4.50pm.

A return shuttle will be provided from Mars Stadium starting from approximately 6pm.

All shuttle bus services are expected to operate until all patrons have left, approximately 8pm.

A number of events will be taking place in the precinct over the long weekend, so football fans are being encouraged to take advantage of the Park and Ride Shuttle service.

Victoria Police have also advised no cars will be permitted to park overnight (Saturday) on Creswick Road to allow for the installation of temporary fencing in the area at 6am on Sunday.

Alternative on-street parking will be available for drivers in Howitt and Norman Streets.

Drivers are also urged to utilise the hundreds of parking spaces available at C.E Brown Reserve and surrounding ovals. These parking spaces can be accessed from Dowling Street, and patrons will have access to gates 1 and 2 via a short walk.

What's on in Ballarat this weekend?

Come for the football, stay for the food and family fun this long weekend in Ballarat.

On Sunday afternoon the Western Bulldogs take on St Kilda at Ballarat’s Mars Stadium as part of the JLT Community Series.

If you’re looking to make the most of the long weekend and getaway, there’s plenty to see and do in Ballarat and the surrounding areas, highlighted by the Ballarat Begonia Festival.

If you’re looking for somewhere to grab a bite to eat, before or after the game, there’s a wide range of local cafes, pubs and eateries to chose from.

Equally if you’re looking to immerse yourself in the cultural aspects of the region, there’s no shortage of attractions, galleries, museums and exhibitions to check out

For more information on what’s on this long weekend in Ballarat, check out details on some of the feature events below, or head to for more information.