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Four Codes, 10 Games – Two Months of Footy Blockbusters

Joel Moss

SPORTS lovers are spoilt this May and June in what is an exhilarating time for all fans, no matter what code you follow.

It’s blockbusters galore at Stadium Australia – four codes and 10 games that will be the start of many “where-were-you-when?” conversations around the office water-cooler.

It all starts Friday 9 May with an AFL epic, as the last two premiers go head-to-head when the Sydney Swans tackle the Hawthorn Hawks . Adding excitement to an already hostile rivalry. Lance “Buddy” Franklin goes up against his old team for the first time since joining the Swans.

For tickets and more information visit: Sydney Swans v Hawthorn Hawks

Then it’s your final chance to see the young and budding Socceroos before they depart to Brazil for the World Cup. The Socceroos face South Africa on May 26 that will provide as a trial selection for new Australian coach, Ange Postecoglou.

 For more information visit: Socceroos v South Africa

The class of the NRL come together for the all-important Game II of the 2014 State of Origin series on Wednesday 18 June. Where will you be when NSW aim to prevent a ninth consecutive series defeat at the hands of the dominant QLD Maroons?

 For tickets and more information visit NSW Blues v QLD Maroons

It’s a Super Rugby Australian conference showdown when the re-emerging NSW Waratahs, led by try-scoring machine, Israel Folau, tackle the Brumbies on June 28 at Stadium Australia. For more information click here.

The NRL Season is well and truly underway as teams battle for standing on the competition ladder. It’s gluttony for league-purists with six terrific matches played between seven teams throughout May and June at Stadium Australia. 



Fans are encouraged to leave the car at home and take advantage of the additional and direct trains and buses in operation for all the blockbuster games.

Return public transport on Sydney Trains and Major Event Buses are included in all tickets to the major events for the Sydney Swans v Hawthorn, NSW Blues v QLD Maroons, and NSW Waratahs v ACT Brumbies.

NRL fans should take advantage of the fact the cost of train travel is included in all tickets and Memberships, and leave the car at home.


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