GMHBA Stadium will be able to increase to 85% capacity and reserved seat holders will be able to sit in their purchased seat from Round 10, the AFL has announced.

Starting at the game against the Suns on May 22nd, over 30,000 patrons will be able to redeem or purchase tickets for the game.

Over the last few weeks the AFL has worked with the authorised ticketing agents Ticketek and Ticketmaster, along with the venues and Victoria State Government to reconfigure the current seating arrangements.
To comply with government approved COVID Safe measures Reserve Seat Members will be able to download a digital membership card from their club to use on their smart phone – much like adding an airplane ticket to the phone’s digital wallet.
Once they arrive at the match, members will enter through the designated gate on their digital membership cards, scan in and head to their normal reserved seat/s.
In the coming days the Cats will communicate with their members via members with a step-by-step guide on how to access their digital membership.

For General Admission Members and the General Public, fans will still need to register for a ticket via the authorised ticket agent – Ticketek or Ticketmaster – to ensure their details are registered to attend the match.
On-sales for both Rounds 9 and 10 will begin on Tuesday May 11 for AFL Members and Home Club Members and Wednesday May 12 for Away Club Members and General Public.