Game Day Guide - Round 5

AFLW Indigenous Round

Sunday 28 February - Crows v St.Kilda

12.40PM (ACDT) | Norwood Oval 

Gates open: 11:40am

First Bounce: 12.40pm

Weather: 29 sunny 


BHP is Co-Major partner of the Adelaide Crows AFLW team and as part of our amazing partnership we’re super excited to have them as our Home Match Partner, for the inaugural AFL Indigenous Round v St Kilda! BHP proudly supports diversity in the workplace and the community and are proud to get behind the Crows AFLW team to show there is truly nothing a woman can’t do – whether it’s playing AFL or working at a mining operation like Olympic Dam.


All members, including children under 18, require a ticket to attend, due to the SA Health requirements. There will be no ticket sales or redemptions at the gate. All tickets will be mobile tickets. No paper or print-at-home tickets will be available. Member cards will not be valid for entry.

Tickets are on-sale now through Ticketek

All tickets will be Grandstand or Standing Room only. Patrons must socially distance within the venue. 

If you have any questions, please see our full Ticketing Information and FAQs page here.


Enter stadium through Gate 1 and 4.


You are permitted to bring your own chair.




Located: Norwood Reserve - outside Gate 1

opening from 11:40am 

BHP - Our Home Match Partner, BHP, will be giving kids the opportunity to colour in and leave messages of support for the team, on a giant colouring in wall.

The colouring in wall is based on our Indigenous guernsey design. Elizabeth Close, the artist behind this incredible design, will have guernsey prizes to give away on the day.

Don’t forget to pick up some sunscreen while you’re there too! 

SAFM – Will be playing the latest hits and handing out hand sanitiser.

RAA – Scan the QR code and grab a photo with your favourite Crows AFLW Players.

McDonalds – Have fun testing your skills on our new McDonald’s Kicking Inflatable.

MEMBERSHIP - Come and say hi to our Member Services team who will be on site in the Activation Zone to help you with your membership enquiries.

CROWS SUPPORTER GROUP - Will be selling memberships at the game too.

CROWmania - Grab all of your AFLW gear, including the 2021 Indigenous guernsey, from CROWmania, located outside the main gate.


 Please ensure you adhere to social distancing requirements when queueing.

VERTICAL LEAP - Can you jump as high as your favourite Crows player? Test your vertical leap!

PLAYER CUT-OUTS - Have your photo taken with our life size player cut-outs.

TEAM WARM UP: During the team warm up, our Players will be wearing “We Got You” t-shirts. The “We Got You” campaign is led by an all-star cast of Australia’s biggest sporting identities including our very own Erin Phillips, who has made a pledge to stand in solidarity against racism and be the voice for change.

ON GROUND: Hear from artist, Elizabeth Close, as she talks about the design for our Indigenous guernsey at 12:20pm.

A live Welcome to Country will be presented by Tiahna Silvy at 12:35pm just before the bounce.

HALF TIME: We will be chatting with BHP’s Olympic Dam General Manager of Surface Development and Planning, Justin Bauer, to hear all about their support of the Crows AFLW team and Indigenous Round.


Food & beverage outlets will be located around the ground. Queuing lanes will be implemented for all bars and public food service areas with physical barriers and ground markings.



All toilets will be open. Please ensure you observe social distancing where possible.

First Aid staff will be available for any first aid assistance.


Please take your time leaving the Oval following the game to avoid congestion and to maintain social distancing.



You acknowledge that, even with rigorous capacity and control measures in place at AFL matches, there remains an unquantifiable risk of transmission of viral illness including COVID-19 at an AFL match at this time and you have considered that risk and your own personal circumstances, including any health condition or vulnerability that you may have or that of persons whom you will be in close contact with following your attendance at an AFL match.  You acknowledge that, for a small number of people, COVID-19 has very serious health consequences.  By attending an AFL match, you (and any persons who attend the match with you) acknowledge and accept these obvious risks.