GAME DAY GUIDE – Round 18
Saturday 19 September - Crows v Richmond
Gates Open: 3.00pm
Ticketek Open: 2.30pm
First Bounce: 4.40pm
Thanks to RAA, our official Member Partner, for proudly helping to bring you Members Round
Nothing beats a Balfours Footy Pie on game day! To help celebrate Crows Members Round and to say thanks for being loyal members in 2020, show your RAA Membership card* at Adelaide Oval kiosks today and you can get a Balfours Footy Pie for just $1.50.
RAA is also delivering Game Day Kits filled with Balfours goodies to the SA postcodes with the most votes in their #RAApiepoll. Show your suburb some love and go into the draw to win www.raa.com.au/piepoll
*Show your RAA card. Limited number available. 2 pies per transaction.
DANIEL TALIA’S 200TH GAME
Daniel Talia is set to play his 200th game today. Drafted by the Crows in 2009, he made his long awaited debut in Round 15 in 2011. Talia had a breakout year in 2012 and earned a NAB Rising Star award. From there, the ever reliable defender did not miss a game until 2015. The a two-time All Australian was named Crows Club Champion in 2014. A deserved fan favourite, Talia was voted Members’ MVP in 2019.
TAYLOR WALKER – RECORD GOAL KICKER
Strap yourselves in for what will be a huge celebration when Tex (hopefully) kicks his record breaking goal today! Let’s hope he can do it!
TICKETING & GAME DAY ENTRY
Entry to today’s game is by mobile tickets only. Tickets were provided to you when you redeemed them. Please make sure you download your tickets prior to the match and have your mobile ready to present at the entrance gates.
Information from Ticketek on how to share your ticket with your group can be viewed here.
Please note, 2020 membership cards will not be valid for this match.
South, north and east entrances will all be open.
Please ensure you observe social distancing requirements (there will be markings on the ground outside the oval) and download the Government’s COVIDSafe app.
You are also encouraged not to bring bags if possible.
All ticketing will be managed by Ticketek. If you have any ticketing queries on game day, head to the Ticketek Office in the southern plaza. They will be open from 2.30pm.
Don’t miss the moment our players run out onto Adelaide Oval at approximately 4.25pm for the last time in 2020 ahead of the count down to the first bounce at 4.40pm.
Make sure you follow all the behind the scenes action from today’s game, including post-match interviews, on the Crows social media channels: @Adelaide_FC and use #weflyasone to share all your pics.
CROWmania is again thanking our Crows Members with a massive game day only offer – a huge 70% OFF EVERYTHING!
Get there early as stock will fly out the door.
Please ensure you adhere to social distancing requirements when queueing.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE:
Food & beverage outlets all around the ground will be open for today’s game and will accept payment by card only. The best news is that Adelaide Oval has reduced prices on a range of food and beverage items so you can enjoy your favourites for less!
Please ensure you observe social distancing when queueing.
Please note that due to COVID-19 protocols, there will not be a post-match function in the Magarey Room following today’s game.
Your ticket to the game is also your ticket to FREE travel on dedicated Don’t Drink and Drive Footy Express bus, train and tram services. Make getting to and from the game easy, leave the car at home.
A full bus, train and tram Footy Express service will run, despite restricted crowd numbers, to increase capacity and assist with physical distancing efforts.
Visit the Adelaide Metro website for all the details.
Limited car parking is available for $20 (card only) in the North car park (access via Pennington Tce), Uni Lane Car Park (access via Pennington Tce), Oval No 2 (access via Montefiore Rd) and Torrens Parade Ground (access via Victoria Drive). Car parks open at 2pm.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
Adelaide Oval conditions of entry have been updated. Please familiarise and note you are agreeing to the following:
- Please stay home if you are feeling unwell and get tested for COVID-19.
- Arrive early to avoid congestion
- Abide by all and any measures implemented by the Venue Manager to reduce the risk of COVID-19 entering the Venue or being transmitted within the Venue.
- Agree to practice physical distancing wherever possible.
- Abide by any seating arrangement implemented by the Venue.
- Patrons will scan out when leaving the venue if they intend to return.
- Refer to the relevant venue’s Conditions of Entry and avoid bringing any restricted/ prohibited items to the venue.
- Ensure that the health and safety of members and the community is the priority. Patrons will be denied entry to the venue and its premises should they have symptoms that may place persons at risk, endanger, or impact on public health.
- To report bad behaviour during games, text Adelaide Oval security on 0400 TELL US.
- Full conditions of entry to the venue can be found here: https://www.adelaideoval.com.au/conditions-of-entry/
All toilets will be open. Please ensure you observe social distancing where possible.
Lifts will only be available for disabled and corporate suite patrons. Please use the stairs wherever possible.
For those seated in level 5 of the Eastern Stand and unable to use the escalator or stairs, there is a dedicated lift located at the southern end of the Eastern Stand, near the Victor Richardson Gate. A dedicated lift operator will be on hand to show you where to go.
St Johns staff will be available for any first aid assistance.
LEAVING THE VENUE
Please take your time leaving the Oval following the game to avoid congestion and to maintain social distancing. You are encouraged to exit through the same gate as you entered and avoid the Riverbank Bridge where possible.
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.