Fan Day Info - Western Force vs ACT Brumbies - Saturday 10 February

Check out the gameday experience from Claremont's Revo Fitness Stadium for when the Western Force took on the Cheetahs in the final game of the four-game Toyota Challenge.

The Western Force will host the Club’s annual Fan Day when the men’s side take on the ACT Brumbies in the Club’s second pre-season trial game at Claremont’s Revo Fitness Stadium on Saturday 10 February.

Match Details

Western Force v ACT Brumbies

Revo Fitness Stadium, Claremont

Kick-off 5pm

Gates open 4pm – Fan Day starts 4pm

How To Get Tickets?

Fan Day and the game are free of charge, so no tickets are needed.  

Where Can I Sit?

There is no allocated seating. Fans can sit anywhere in the western grandstand on a first-come first-served basis, with bar facilities located inside the stands.

There will be plenty of room to sit on the ground on the southern, eastern and northern side of the playing area.

Gate entry is off Davies Road.

How To Get There?

The game will be played at Revo Fitness Stadium, on Davies Road, Claremont.

If you take the train, it is a two-minute walk from Claremont Train Station. Check Transperth info for relevant public transport routes.

If you drive, there is limited parking around the venue.

What’s On At The Ground?

Kids activities such as face painters, inflatables, mascot, plus player signature and selfie opportunities along with live rugby action, when the Force take on the Brumbies from 5pm. There will also be food trucks and bar facilities.

Force Super W players and coaches will be in attendance, while Members and fans are encouraged to mix with the Force men’s players with “fans on field” following the final whistle.

Who’s Playing?

The Force and Brumbies will announce their team lists later in the week. Stay tuned on our social media channels, including our new Facebook page (follow here).

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