FAQS – SANFL STATEWIDE SUPER LEAGUE CROWDS AND TICKETING
What is the crowd capacity at SANFL grounds?
SANFL Clubs each have an SA Health-approved Covid Management Plan, permitting between approximately 3,500 and 4,500 spectators per SANFL ground, depending on the stadium capacity. This means members and supporters should not have any issue accessing most matches. For blockbuster matches, priority will be given to members.
Do I need to wear a mask at SANFL matches?
No. As SANFL matches are an outdoor activity, under each SANFL Club’s Covid Management Plan it is not a mandatory requirement from SA Health for patrons to wear a mask.
How are SANFL Clubs complying with physical distance requirements at their venues?
By limiting spectator numbers to the one person per 2 square metre rule (50% capacity), social distancing at venues can be maintained. Club officials will be present as Covid Marshals and will be ensuring patrons are complying with social distancing.
Do I need to be seated at matches or can I stand?
No, you can choose to be seated or stand, so long as you are 1.5 metres distance from other patrons who are not members of your household. Alcohol consumption whilst standing is allowed.
What do I need to do to keep myself and others safe?
We all have a part to play in keeping the community COVIDSafe:
- Stay home if you are feeling unwell, and seek testing if you have any COVID, cold or flu symptoms
- Wash your hands often and cover coughs and sneezes in your arm
- Use the COVIDSafe check-in QR Code or manual register when you arrive
- Follow the advice of all venue and club staff
- Maintain 1.5m physical distance from others not in your household or social group
Will canteens and bars be open?
Yes. Full food and beverage services will be available on match day, ensuring an enjoyable day or night out at the footy.
I’m a member of a SANFL Club with match access, will I be guaranteed entry?
Yes. Priority will be given to Members at blockbuster matches where crowd capacity of 50 per cent may be reached. Your SANFL Club will update you prior to match day on what you need to do to ensure you gain entry.
How can I buy a ticket to the game?
Tickets for SANFL Statewide Super League games this season can be pre-purchased online – Adults $15, Concession $9 and Under 18s free! You can purchase online through the home club’s website, then just print this ticket or download it to your smartphone.
Can I buy a ticket at the gate?
Yes. If you can’t manage to buy online, tickets are still available at the gate – Adults $16, Concession $10 and Under 18s are still free.
Can I buy a ticket with cash at the gate, or is it card only?
Yes. Ticket boxes at the gate will take cash, although card is the preferred payment.
Will I need to ‘check in’ at the gate?
Yes. To adhere with SA Health COVID contact tracing requirements, regardless of how you purchase a ticket, you will need to check in with the venue’s QR Code or written register at each ground.
Will the SANFL Football Budget be available this year at matches?
Yes, the Footy Budget is back in season 2021 and will be sold at the gate, club merchandise stands and canteens.
Will there be a ‘kick and catch’ on the oval this year?
Yes absolutely. You can have a kick and catch during the quarter and half-time breaks and after the game. Kick and Catch is only permitted in the 50m arcs at each end of the ground. Please remember to do the right thing and keep you distance from other patrons.
Do I need to buy a ticket for SANFL Women’s matches?
No. All stand-alone SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League games are free to attend, you will just need to check in with the QR Code or register at the gate. If a SANFLW match is a curtain raiser to a Men’s League match, please check the host club’s website or Facebook page regarding admission.