Together the Geelong Cats and Kardinia Park Stadim Trust have worked to create GMHBA Stadium a COVID-19 safe environment.
Our number one priority is the safety of our players, staff, fans and members. We are continuing to take the advice of the Government regarding the health and well-being and will make updates as required.
Please take the time to read the below FAQ's specific to the AFLW season at GMHBA Stadium. To check out Kardinia Park Stadium related FAQ's please click here
No, tickets can only be purchased online. There will be Membership staff present at Gate 13 on match day to help you make your purchase if you require assistance. All fans will need a ticket to enter GMHBA Stadium
Yes, AFLW Members do get free access. Members do need to use their registered barcode to redeem a ticket to access the match. This information has been emailed prior to the match. If you have any issues please call Membership Services on 1300 462 287 or email email@example.com
Please note, booking fees may apply
Due to COVID-19 four (4) zones have been established for this event. All customers will be allocated a zone number on their ticket and are to remain within their dedicated zone.
- Zone 1 – Reg Hickey Stand
- Zone 2 – Players Stand
- Zone 3 – Brownlow and Premiership Stand
- Zone 4 – Ford Stand and Gary Ablett Terrace
(i.e. Zone 1 customers must on enter, spectate, and use stadium facilities within the Reg Hickey Stand).
Please refer to your Ticketmaster ticket for your specific entry time.
Refill stations are available at this event. Water can be purchased from the food outlets.
Yes the Cats Shop will be open for all AFLW games at GMHBA Stadium
Yes, throughout the stadium food and beverage outlets will be opened
All of the stadium is cashless. There will be no cash transactions at the stadium, card only.
Masks are not mandatory but are suggested as a precaution. Please wear your mask when moving around the stadium
Please follow the density quote displayed outside the room or space you are entering.
Seating restrictions apply for this event. Tickets purchased together don't need to socially distance, but groups must keep two seats apart from the next group. You must stay in your allocated seat and stand.
There are three reasons to leave your seat:
- To collect food and beverages
- Going to the toilet or seek assistance
- To exit the stadium (must use the same point as entry)
Yes, a variety of beverages will be available for purchase. You must be 18 years or older to purchase alcohol
Please notify a staff member immediately who will call for assistance from our first aid providers, who will attend your location
Yes the sensory zone will be opened for this event. The sensory room is located on the ground level of the Players Stand, inside the Deakin Cats Community Center. For more information on accessibility please click here.
If you have recently traveled to a red zone we ask you follow the steps outlined by DHHS and do not attend the match.