The Crows AFLW side is gearing up to take on the Saints at home for the league's inaugural Indigenous Round. 

The game will kick off on Sunday February 28 at 12.40pm at Norwood Oval on The Parade, with gates at 11.40am. 

All attendees must obtain a ticket in advance of the match via Ticketek, this includes juniors under 18 who are entitled to a free ticket.

The best way to secure a ticket is to become a Crows AFLW member.

Crows AFLW members will receive priority access to redeem tickets, at no charge, as part of their membership.

Tickets go on sale for members at 12pm Wednesday 24 February (and to the public at 1pm Wednesday 24 February).

Make sure you redeem early in the member priority period to have the best opportunity to secure tickets, as tickets are limited (and won’t be available to purchase at the gate).

For full ticketing info, head to the Ticketek website. 

The girls will be proudly wearing the Crows' 2021 Indigenous Guernsey, designed by renowned Aboriginal Visual Artist Elizabeth Close and Crows AFLW player Danielle Ponter.

The Adelaide players are represented on the guernsey by the concentric circles and the rings, while the bold navy line is their journey, weaving in around and through the circles, connecting them on their journey together.

The dots that sit on top of the circles represent the many other people who support the players, including family, coaches, partners, colleagues, and support staff.

The dots in the background represent the wider clubs and players in the AFLW. While they are present, they do not distract or draw the players away from their path.