The Western Bulldogs’ round four clash against the Brisbane Lions at Mars Stadium in Ballarat has officially sold out.
No further tickets will be released for sale, and there will be no membership scans or tickets available on match-day.
“We’re delighted to hear that we’ve been able to exhaust the allocation of tickets for this Saturday’s game at Mars Stadium, three days before the match itself," said Bulldogs CEO Ameet Bains.
“Despite the fact that capacity is lower than we’ve experienced in the past, at 75 percent, we’re thrilled with the level of interest from our fans in Melbourne, as well as the community in Ballarat and surrounds.
“We expect a large contingent of our fans to travel to Ballarat for the game, which should be a great spectacle given the Lions are a strong team with premiership aspirations.
“As we’ve stated previously, we were disappointed we weren’t able to play our matches at Mars Stadium in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, and we can’t wait to witness the atmosphere our fans will create this Saturday.”
Saturday will be the Bulldogs’ first game in Ballarat since Round 23, 2019, where they beat Adelaide by 34 points.
The match will begin at the earlier time of 1.35pm AEST, and will be televised on Fox Footy and Kayo Sports from 1.30pm.
Everything else you need to know ahead of the game can be found in our round four match-day information article.
AFL | ROUND 4
Western Bulldogs v Brisbane Lions
Saturday 10 April
Mars Stadium, Ballarat