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Bulldogs extend complimentary tickets for ADF/DVA Members for Round 7 & 9

In a show of gratitude to the Australian Defence Force (ADF) and Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) Members, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are offering complimentary entry to their Round 7 and 9 home matches at Accor Stadium.

Despite the Bulldogs having a bye during the NRL's ANZAC Round (Round 8), ADF/DVA Members are invited to attend the Bulldogs' upcoming clashes against the Newcastle Knights and Wests Tigers, with two complimentary tickets available per Member per match.

CEO Aaron Warburton expressed the Club's deepest respect for those who serve and have served our country:

"At the Bulldogs, we hold immense respect for our service personnel and their families. While we won't be playing during the ANZAC Round this year, we are committed to honouring those who currently serve, those who have served particularly during wartime and of course remember our fallen soldiers with various activities throughout the week."

Warburton added, "We traditionally offer complimentary access to ADF and DVA Members during ANZAC Round and wanted to extend this gesture to join us and enjoy an afternoon of football, despite not playing in the Round this year. It's one small way of giving back to our country's service men and women and saying thank you."

ADF and DVA Members are encouraged to contact the Club to redeem their complimentary tickets for the matches.

The Bulldogs' next home game is against the Newcastle Knights on Sunday, April 21, at Accor Stadium, kicking off at 2:00pm AEST. They will then face the Wests Tigers at Accor Stadium for Round 9 on Saturday, May 4, with kick-off at 3:00pm AEST.

For ticket redemption or more information, please contact the Bulldogs' office on 1300 769 164 during business hours (Monday - Friday) or alternatively, email our Membership team at to process the ticket request.

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.