We're heading to the west coast to play The West Coast Eagles for Round 18 at Optus Stadium.

Who: West Coast Eagles vs Brisbane Lions
Where: Optus Stadium, WA
When: Sunday 14th July at 2:40pm (local) 
Gates Open: 12:30pm, check your ticket for your entry gate.

Weekly Notices
→ Come down and watch the Players train at open Captains Run: Saturday 13th July, 2-2:45pm at Optus Stadium. Plan your trip!

Tickets → Buy your tickets here to Round 18.

Kids Go Free → Rounds 16 - 19 all kids aged 14 yrs and under will get free access to 2024 Toyota AFL Premiership matches at Optus Stadium with a valid ticket. Advance ticket bookings via Ticketmaster are essential to secure your child's seat, and tickets are strictly limited in set price categories. Tickets can only be redeemed in conjunction with an adult ticket purchased.  For full terms and conditions, visit Kids Go Free - AFL.com.au


Pre-Game Dining → Make the most of your game day! Arrive early, beat the crowds and dine at the Stadium's own Goodwood Restaurant or City View Café before the game. To book, visit the Stadium Dining page here.

Game Day Rooftop Experience → Don't miss your chance to take your game day experience up a level! Watch the first or third quarter of footy from the highest seats Optus Stadium has to offer. To book, visit the THE OZONE at Optus Stadium.


Public Transport → The Stadium precinct includes a purpose built train and bus station to accommodate large crowds attending events at Optus Stadium. Read more here.
Remember to always plan your trip: Plan ahead →

Changes to Trains → There will be no trains between Armadale/Thornlie and Victoria Park stations. Trains will continue to operate between Perth and Victoria Park stations, including Stadium Station on event days, weekends and public holidays. Trains on the Midland, Airport, Fremantle, Joondalup and Mandurah lines will operate as normal.

Changes to Suburban Event Buses → A new limited stops Route 651 will be introduced between Armadale Station and Optus Stadium. The CBD Shuttle (Route 661) will be permanently withdrawn. For passengers wishing to access the city, extra Red CAT services will service Matagarup Bridge or train services are available from Stadium Station to Perth. Route 652 (Mirrabooka) will move to Sailani Ave (over the Matagarup Bridge). Route 653 (Morley) will move to Sailani Ave (over the Matagarup Bridge). There may be minor stand changes at the Stadium Bus Station. The Club is asking everyone to please plan ahead this season and we thank you for your patience in advance. For more details, please visit: Transperth Stadium Routes

Parking → There is no parking available at Optus Stadium on major event days. Optus Stadium has limited ACROD parking bays available for major events. Registrations for ACROD parking are managed by registering online and are issued by email. Register online here.

Drop Off/Pick Up →  333 Victoria Park Dr, Burswood WA 6100 The primary taxi rank is located off Victoria Park Drive. The taxi rank is adjacent to the Eastern Train Station accessible via the underpass. In addition, an eight-stand pick up and drop off facility is located on Nelson Avenue in East Perth for taxi and other on-demand transport services to use e.g. Uber or Ola. Passengers of these services will be able to access the stadium via a short walk across the Matagarup Bridge. Pick up and drop off for private vehicles is not permitted. 

Boat → The Burswood Jetty provides an alternative transport option to access Optus Stadium and the surrounding precinct, allowing vessels to drop patrons directly to the Stadium Park. The jetty is can be utilised for drop-offs and pick-ups from events, with a 15 minute time limit for all public and commercial users.

Walk or Cycle → There are a range of footpaths to Optus Stadium and over 600 bike racks are located around the Stadium Park. Matagarup Bridge: Walkers and cyclists can venture over the Matagarup Bridge, a pedestrian bridge crossing over the Swan River from East Perth. Burswood Peninsula path: Alternatively, the Burswood Peninsula path provides pedestrian and cycle access to the Stadium Park from all directions.

Watch → Free to air on Channel 7mate or stream on Fox Footy or Kayo.

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Co-captains Lachie Neale (31 and nine clearances) and Harris Andrews (20 and 12 intercepts) were again fantastic, while Jarryd Lyons (29) made the most of his return. Brisbane was in control from early in the match, motoring to 45 unanswered points late in the first quarter before Jack Darling opened the scoring for West Coast with a goal. Hugh McCluggage kicked two lovely set shots – a part of his game he's often struggled with – while Gunston added two in a minute as the home team led by 33 points at the first change.

BRISBANE             7.3      10.8     13.14    16.20 (116)
WEST COAST         2.0      2.2      3.3        5.5 (35)

Brisbane: Gunston 6, McCluggage 2, Hipwood 2, Wilmot, Starcevich, Rayner, McInerney, Fletcher, Bailey

Brisbane: Neale, Andrews, Gunston, Ashcroft, Rayner, Lyons

Crowd: 24,843 at the Gabba