If your friend or family member does not have a reserved seat membership or ticket, they can purchase a General Admission ticket at the gate which will give access to seating at the back of the Riverbank and Eastern Stands, the Hill, or seat in the north-eastern pocket.
Game-access members with reserved seating can then sit with your friend or family member in any of those locations. General admission game-access members are entitled to sit in these areas as part of their membership.
General admission members can sit at the back of the Riverbank Stand, Eastern Stand, on the Hill (northern mound adjacent the historic scoreboard) and in the open seating in the north-eastern pocket of the Oval.
Interstate, Victorian, Country and 3-game members are entitled to attend a limited number of games at the Adelaide Oval. Simply scan your membership card at the gate to gain access to the General Admission areas of the Adelaide Oval at the back of the Riverbank and Eastern Stands, or at the northern end of the ground. In the event of a high-attendance game, members in these categories must upgrade to a reserved seat. Contact the club on 1300 GO PAFC (1300 467 232) for more information.
3-game = 3 games#
Country = 5 games#
Victorian 11 = 2 games#
Victorian 4 = 2 games#
Interstate = 2 games#
#subject to availability and capacity.
All members and supporters are welcome at the club’s official post-game functions at the Adelaide Oval and interstate venues, subject to capacity.
The official post game function will be held in the William Magarey Room on Level 3 of the Riverbank Stand at Adelaide Oval in 2014
Join us to hear it first from the coaches and players.
Check out our next home game and next away game pages for information of our post-game functions.
There is no public access available for the players’ change rooms at any stage on game day.
The Port Adelaide players’ race exits onto the Adelaide Oval from Bay 125 in the south-eastern pocket of the Adelaide Oval. The players run onto and from the ground via the Players Race.
Western Stand – Essential Power and Adelaide Oval (AOSMA) Football members
Neat casual attire must be worn by all persons seeking or gaining admission to the Western Stand.
The Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority (AOSMA) reserves the right to refuse admission to the Western Stand, any person who in the opinion of an employee or agent of the AOSMA is deemed to be inappropriately attired.
In any event, no person wearing rubber thongs, singlets or football shorts will be allowed admission to or be permitted to remain in the Western Stand.
All other locations
Footwear must be worn at all times at the Adelaide Oval. Offensive, provocative or racially vilifying slogans, logos or symbols will not be permitted to enter the stadium.
The Port Adelaide Football Club Gameday Code of Conduct applies to all Members and supporters of the club and spectators at Port Adelaide home games.
We are a family club with strong values when it comes to the enjoyment and participation in Australian Football either as a player, official or spectator.
Conditional on the attendance at Port Adelaide home games or as a Member or supporter of the club at any games is an understanding and acceptance of the Club’s Gameday Code of Conduct.
The March from the Mall is our exciting supporters march from the centre of Rundle Mall to the Adelaide Oval before each home game.
Our Port Adelaide army will march en masse via the Riverbank footbridge into the Adelaide Oval and we want you to be part of it. Simply meet in the middle of the Mall 90 minutes before the opening bounce. There will be heaps of activities for the family before the March from the Mall begins!
When you’re watching the game and interacting on your phone, make sure you use the right hashtags for the match.
The portadelaidefc.com.au team uses the #pafclive and #weareportadelaide hashtags during the game on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Family Zone is situated on the north-western side of The Hill at the Adelaide Oval.
The alcohol-free area is situated in Bay 149 on the north-western concourse of the Adelaide Oval.
Alcohol can be consumed in all other bays of the ground.