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New Zealand tickets on sale next week

Swans Media - Tanya Paolucci  January 17, 2013 11:40 AM

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The Sydney Swans will face St Kilda in Wellington, New Zealand in the first international home-and-away match

Sydney Swans members will be able to access tickets to the Swans’ ANZAC Day clash against St Kilda in Wellington, New Zealand 10am today, Wednesday January 23.

The match, which will take place from 7:40pm local time at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium, will be the first ever AFL home-and-away game to be played internationally.

Swans members will be able to purchase premium and gold tickets to the match online by logging into their Swan-e Account or by contacting Member Services on 1300 663 819.

Adult tickets will range in price from $21.50 up to $37.50 for a premium, undercover seat*.

Swans members will be able to purchase up to 12 tickets per member.

All Swans members will receive an email on Tuesday January 22 with more information regarding the purchase of tickets and a link to secure seats online once tickets go on sale on the Wednesday morning.

Tickets for non-Swans members will be available from midday (NZ local time) on Thursday January 24 via Ticketek New Zealand.  For more details and to purchase tickets, click here.

The Swans will take on St Kilda in Wellington as part of the Saints’ agreement with the AFL and the Wellington City Council, which will see St Kilda host five games over the next three years in New Zealand.

Wellington’s Westpac Stadium is a world-class venue that has played host to international rugby, soccer and cricket and has a capacity of 34,000.

From a game perspective, the Westpac Stadium playing surface is 152 metres goal-to-goal, which is slightly longer than the SCG, and is as wide as Etihad Stadium.

The Sydney Swans are looking forward to crossing the Tasman, and hope to see plenty of members and supporters in the crowd for this history making clash.

*Additional postage and handling fee of $5 per transaction applies. All prices are in Australian dollars.