Join us for Member Thank You Round this Saturday for our clash with the Eagles!

Be there as the Cats look to finish the season on a high before what is set to be an electric finals series.

Round 23
Geelong Cats v West Coast Eagles
Saturday 20th August  
Bounce: 4.35pm
Gates: 2.35pm
GMHBA Stadium

Be there for the last home game of the 2022 season this Saturday!

Tickets are limited so make sure to secure your seat early: Tickets available through Ticketmaster.

If you’re a GMHBA Reserved Seat Member but can’t make it to this game – that’s ok! Return your seat today and you can get a credit on your 2023 Membership


Geelong is 75 kilometres from Melbourne accessible via the Westgate Bridge and following the Princes Freeway.

In Geelong, the Princes Freeway becomes Latrobe Terrace (no turns required). Once you reach the set of traffic lights directly adjacent to 7-Eleven turn left onto Kilgour Street and make an immediate right. This will take you straight into Kardinia Park’s main entry being Kilgour Street.

Limited public car parking is available within the Kardinia Park Precinct.

For most Major Events, a parking fee will be applied, and should there be a large crowd, car parks will be held for 10 minutes post any event to allow for the safe egress of pedestrians.


Public Bus Stops are located along Moorabool Street, directly opposite Gate 5 – Bernie Smith (river end) and Gate 1 – Polly Farmer (city end).

Supporter buses enter off Latrobe Terrace into Park Crescent and park in front of the marked bus bay directly outside the Kardinia Park Aquatic Centre. This is where passengers depart the bus and head to their respective entry (refer to your ticket).

These buses will stay here for the duration of the match.


Geelong is approximately one hour from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station, with the Geelong Railway Station situated 1.8 kilometres to the north of the stadium and South Geelong Station located 450 metres to the east. Making ‘getting to the stadium’ simple and convenient.

Additional services may be provided by V/Line on Major Event days. Patrons are encouraged to visit the V/Line and/or Public Transport Victoria websites, for more information.

Watch the match live on Foxtel from 4:30pm or stream live on Kayo.

Check out the full 2022 Broadcast Guide now.