NSW Swifts Tickets now on-sale for 2015 ANZ Championship

Individual match tickets for the NSW Swifts’ five 2015 ANZ Championship home games at Sydney Olympic Park Sports Centre (SOPSC) went on sale at 10am this morning via www.nswswifts.com.au.

With the NSW Swifts experiencing unprecedented Membership demand, tickets for all NSW Swifts’ home games at SOPSC are very limited.

Tickets start from $30 for Adults and $23 for Children, with Family Passes* available from $80, and with 88 days until the NSW Swifts’ opening game of their new campaign on Sunday 1 March, the Club would like to invite all supporters to take a seat for what promises to be a season Beyond Expectation.

With the star-studded NSW Swifts’ playing roster officially beginning their 2015 preparations earlier this week, there is plenty of buzz surrounding the impending season – including Netball NSW hosting the ANZ Championship Official Pre-Season Summer Shootout tournament from Friday 6 to Sunday 8 February, with tickets for this tournament going on-sale at 10am AEDST next Wednesday 10 December.

NSW Swifts’ and Australian Diamonds’ shooter Caitlin Thwaites said while their campaign was still in its early stages, it didn’t limit the excitement of stepping on court in front of home fans in 2015.

“There is nothing like playing in front of Swifts’ fans wearing the Red dress – the noise, the colour, the atmosphere, it gives us a real boost every time we step on court,” Thwaites said.

“We received incredible support during 2014, including a massive regular season home crowd of 10,000-plus at our Allphones Arena BLOCKBUSTER.  It was an amazing sight and something I will never forget.

“The ANZ Championship is an incredibly tough competition; every win counts and Swifts’ Members and fans have helped turn our home games into a fortress.  In what will be an even bigger 2015 season we need that support again as we try to claim the Premiership.

“We want everyone behind us in 2015 – hearing their cheers and creating a Sea of Red – for what will be a season Beyond Expectation,” Thwaites concluded.

The NSW Swifts will host six massive home games in 2015, including an Allphones Arena BLOCKBUSTER against border rivals and defending Premiers, the Melbourne Vixens.  Tickets are already on sale for this BLOCKBUSTER showdown, including an exclusive Group Ticket Offer – where prices start at $20 per person for a group of 20 or more.

The match is also the only opportunity for Swifts fans to take up an amazing Group Ticket Offer, with prices starting from $20 per person – so get your teammates, family members, or school friends together for a day at the netball!

While the action is non-stop on-court as the world’s best netballing talent goes head-to-head, there is plenty to enjoy off it with an unrivalled game day experience for supporters of all ages.

With the Club experiencing unprecedented Membership demand, tickets for all NSW Swifts’ home games will be limited.  So don’t delay, buy your tickets and join the NSW Swifts for a season Beyond Expectation in 2015.

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NSW Swifts 2015 ANZ Championship – Home Game Ticket Prices

Platinum (SOLD OUT at both venues)

Adult: $35.00
Child / Concession: $27.00
Family*: $92.00

Adult: $30.00
Child / Concession: $23.00
Family*: $80.00
†Ticket prices include GST and Booking Fees. Credit card and transaction fees apply
*A family is classified as either 2 adults & 2 children OR 1 adult & 3 children

Group Ticket Offer for Allphones Arena Blockbuster
For bookings of twenty (20) tickets of more*, Gold seats are available at $22 per ticket†.
For bookings of twenty (20) tickets or more*, Silver seats are available at $20 per ticket†.

This offer will only be available by calling Ticketek’s Group Booking Hotline during business hours, 1300 364 001.
Group bookings will not be available online and must be purchased in one transition.
† Booking and transaction fees may apply


Note: Game Times for the 2015 ANZ Championship season are yet to be confirmed by the Trans-Tasman Netball League and will be announced in due course.