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Casey Fields


All attendees must obtain a ticket in advance of the match via the assigned ticket agent, this includes juniors under 18 who are entitled to a free ticket. Tickets will not be available for sale at the match.   

AFLW Club members will receive instructions from their Club on how to access tickets. 


ticketmaster.com.au: Casey Fields Ticket Agent

AFLW Tickets FAQ: Find out everything you need to know about ticketing for the 2022 NAB AFL Women's Competition

Field manual

Address: 160 Berwick-Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East VIC 3977
Capacity: 12,000 approximately
Ground dimensions: 175m × 145m

Casey Fields is a $30 million, 70 hectare multi-sports complex located in the south-east of Melbourne. The complex hosts training and AFLW home games for the Melbourne Football Club and is the home ground of the Casey Demons (VFL).

The largest crowd at Casey Fields was recorded during a 2007 AFL Pre-Season match between Hawthorn and Essendon, where 10,099 fans watched the match.

Getting there

Parking is available in the Casey Fields precinct and you will be directed to a spot upon turning off Berwick-Cranbourne Road.

Fans are encouraged to get there early to avoid traffic, as well as crowd congestion when entering the gates.

Public Transport
The nearest train station to Casey Fields is Cranbourne Station, located on the Cranbourne line. From Cranbourne station, catch the 897 bus to Casey Fields Bvd/Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, the stop is within walking distance from the ground. 

If you're heading to the game via public transport, use the PTV Journey Planner to plan your trip and avoid delays.