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There is less than four weeks until our first game back at Belmore in 2015. This will be a special moment for the Club, the Members and the fans. As we have not played a competition game at the spiritual home of club for a number of years we have received a high number of questions surrounding both games.

Members will be given the first access to purchase tickets, with the member pre-sale beginning 10am this Thursday, 4 June. The presale will run for a week, until 8am Friday, 12 June. If all tickets sell out during the member pre-sale, the event will NOT go on sale to the public.

We’ve decided to put together a FAQ to answer any and every question you might have about our Round 16 and Round 20 matches below.

How do I know if my membership includes the Belmore game?
The following memberships have guaranteed access to Belmore with seating on the HILL as stated on the back of the membership card:
- The Kennel FULL SEASON (15 game)
- Blue Zone FULL SEASON (15 game)
- Kennel Flexi + (7 game)
- Blue Zone Flexi + (7 game)

The following memberships have guaranteed access to our two Belmore games with a reserved seat in the grandstand as stated on the back of your member card:
- Pedigree Platinum + FULL SEASON
- Pedigree Platinum FULL SEASON
- Pedigree Gold FULL SEASON
- Platinum Flexi + (7 game)

All remaining memberships below DO NOT HAVE ACCESS and will need to purchase tickets
- Pedigree Platinum home games only
- Pedigree Gold home games only
- The Kennel home games only
- Blue Zone home games only
- All 3 and 5 game memberships (K3 & 5, BZ 3 & 5, Platinum Flexi 3&5)
- Country
- All interstate/international memberships (VIC, QLD, ACT, WA Interstate, NZ, International)
- Passionate Pledge

Do I need a password to purchase tickets?
Members will need their AAN (Advantage Access Number) to access the presale and purchase tickets.  Please check your member email which will be sent out the day before the pre-sale for further info.

How many tickets can be purchased per member/membership?
There is a maximum of 10 tickets per transaction.

Can I buy tickets at the Bulldog Belmore Teamstore, The Club or the Canterbury Leagues Club?
No. Tickets must be purchased through Ticketek.

Will any tickets be available for purchase in the grandstand?
A very limited number will be on sale and once these have been exhausted no more will become available.

Does my membership give me a discount for additional tickets I would like to purchase for the Belmore games?
No we do not offer discounts for additional tickets.  All ticket prices during the Member pre-sale are discounted, in comparison to ticket prices during the public on sale.

If I have access, how do I enter the ground?
Please scan your membership card at the gate listed on the back of your card. Gate A will be located on the Terry Lamb Reserve side of the Stadium and Gate B will be located on North East and South East of the ground.

I want to sit with a friend who is a general admission member but I am a reserved seat member, can I sit with them?
Yes you can sit with them on the hill but they cannot sit with you in the grandstand as this is allocated seating.

Can I upgrade my ticket from hill to grandstand?
No unfortunately due to capacity in the grandstand we will be unable to offer this.

How do I know where my reserved seat is? Do you have a map?
Yes we do – please visit

Is this ground wheelchair accessible?
Yes Belmore Sportsground has pathways allowing members to access both sides of the stadium.

Is there wheelchair access for Blue Zone and Kennel members and if so where?
Belmore Sportsground is wheelchair accessible. If you are attending either of our two Belmore games, please contact the membership team on 02 9789 8000 to reserve a spot on the hill side of the ground for your wheelchair by Tuesday June 9.

Will there be ATM’s available at the ground?
Yes. However, to avoid long queues, please ensure you have adequate cash on hand. The food outlets do not take card payments so will require cash to make a purchased.

What parking is available for this match and will by P1 Parking Pass work?
There is no parking available for either of our Belmore fixtures. Patrons are encouraged to catch public transport to the ground, with extra bus and train services available on the day. Please be advised that P1 Parking Passes will not provide parking on the day of the match.

Will there be extra train/bus services running?
Yes! Details will be available closer to the day of the game. Click here for more details <> Belmore Train Station is approximately a 5 minute walk from the ground.

Will there be birthday announcements for the Belmore games?

Where will the membership help point be located for the Belmore games?
The Membership team will be located in front of Terry Lamb Reserve. Information on their exact location will be available closer to the match. To avoid queues, please contact the membership team on 9789 8000 the week before the game and they will be able to assist with any issues.

What if my membership card or ticket is lost or stolen?
You will need to notify the membership team prior to the game on 9789 8000. If you have any issues on the day of the game, the membership team will be available out the front of Terry Lamb Reserve.

Are we permitted to bring banners, flags and drums into the ground?
Yes flags, banners and drums will be permitted. Flags and banners must be under 1.6m in length with flag poles 1.4m or less. These flag poles must be wooden or plastic and CANNOT be metal. If your flag is over 1.4m you will need to register it with the Club and gain approval. Details of the flag/banner can be emailed to or you can contact the membership team on 02 9789 8000.

Will toilets be available on both sides of the Stadium?

Where on the hill will the Kennel be situated?
Members of the Kennel will be located under the scoreboard and the light tower.

Where can I find the conditions of entry for Belmore Sports Ground?
The conditions of entry can be found 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.