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We want to extend a huge thanks to the Perth Community for the very welcome support we received while we were in town.


It was fantastic to see so many members and fans of the blue and white turn out for not only our clash with the Storm but also our open training session at nib Stadium.


Members and fans were treated to an up close encounter with the team, posing for photos and signing autographs on Thursday afternoon at nib Stadium in the lead up to Saturday’s game.


And what a night of footy it was at nib Stadium with a fantastic win by the Bulldogs and despite the fact that 100 days worth of pent up rain fell, an awesome time was had by all.


Big shout outs to our 18 Member of the week, Tony Duchenne who was presented his prized Jersey by Club Legend Terry Lamb and our Perth Rookie of the Week recipient, Lauren Field.


We premiered our brand new Seat Upgrade where four lucky fans were upgraded from their grandstand seats into an exclusive corporate box each. They all got to bring along seven of their mates to share the opportunity.


All this just for being #proudtobeabulldog and attending the match! These seat upgrades will happen in the lead up to NRL games at more games throughout the season, so make sure you’re in your seat early to be in with a chance to catch the game in style.


Bulldogs in the Community were proud to host our special guests from the Sony Foundation’s You Can Centre. The Centre, based at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital is a "home away from home" for adolescents and young adults with cancer.


Guests in the Legends room were entertained by Terry Lamb, Steve Turner & Robbie Kearns.


It’s great to see the development of the game in Perth going strong, the local Junior League put on a great show at half time with under 6’s from the Willagee Bears, Kalamunda Bulldogs, Mandurah Storm and the Joondalup Giants playing some great footy.


Also putting on a great show at half time, were two women’s teams from the NRL Touch Football WA State Championships, The Perth Brothers and Fremantle – the two teams who played the WA State Touch Football Championships Women’s Final last month.




Ticketed Bulldogs Members, don’t forget you have FREE access to the Good Friday Blockbuster against the Rabbitohs on Friday, April 18 at ANZ Stadium.


To access the game, simply scan your membership card at the gate listed under ‘Away Match Entry’ on the back of your 2014 Member Card.


Platinum, Gold, Kennel, K7 and K3 Members you have access to reserved seats located on level 4, whilst Blue Zone and Country Members have access to the Away Supporter bay located in General Admission.

You can also grab tickets to our next ANZ Stadium Home Match HERE

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.