CommBank Stadium joins Ticketek Network

  • CommBank Stadium joins ranks of major venues covered by Ticketek;
  • First event to test the new partnership is CommBank Stadium Community Open Day on Sunday 14 April;
  • Tickets to the Community Open Day are free but must be redeemed through the Ticketek system here: 

Julian Keith

CommBank Stadium – the new home of sport and entertainment in Western Sydney – has today confirmed it has partnered with Ticketek Australia for all event ticketing going forward, starting with the Community Open Day on Sunday 14 April.

CommBank Stadium joins the illustrious ranks of ANZ Stadium, MCG, SCG, Suncorp Stadium, Adelaide Oval and AAMI Park as major venues covered by, a premier ticketing, technology and marketing network.

CommBank Stadium is the new 30,000-seat at Parramatta, acclaimed for its design that will bring fans closer to the action than ever before in Australia.

CommBank Stadium is managed under the authority of NSW Government agency Venues NSW and is operated by VenuesLive. Ticketek is one of 14 businesses in ticketing, live entertainment and data analytics owned and operated by TEG, Asia Pacific’s largest integrated live entertainment company.

CommBank Stadium CEO Daryl Kerry said today that Ticketek’s vast experience would stand the new stadium in good stead in its first year of operations.

“CommBank Stadium will set a new standard in the event experience in Sydney and we are thrilled to have Ticketek on board to help us deliver events at the Stadium,” Mr Kerry said.

“We value the fact that Ticketek has its own local technology team to develop and deliver world-class customer experiences to Australian fans.

“We are particularly excited about Ticketek’s innovation in mobile ticketing and technology and the many benefits this will provide to fans and hirers at CommBank Stadium.”

TEG CEO Geoff Jones today thanked Venues NSW and VenuesLive for the opportunity for Ticketek to be a foundation partner at CommBank Stadium.

“CommBank Stadium represents a step change in the live entertainment experience in Australia,” Mr Jones said.

“The breathtaking design, the sightlines and the proximity of seats to the action will produce atmospherics that will set new benchmarks.

“I am thrilled that Ticketek will be providing the exclusive ticketing, technology and digital marketing services at CommBank Stadium and we all look forward to this exciting project coming to life.”

Ticketek is supporting the CommBank Stadium Community Open Day on Sunday 14 April. So far more than 20,000 complimentary tickets have been reserved for the event, the first opportunity for fans itching to get a look inside the new venue.

Tickets to the Community Open Day include public transport to and from the event. Go to

The opening sporting event at CommBank Stadium is the NRL Premiership Round 6 blockbuster between Parramatta Eels and Wests Tigers on Easter Monday 22 April.

The CommBank Stadium event schedule for 2019 includes 14 NRL matches, Waratahs home Super Rugby matches, international football between Western Sydney Wanderers and English club Leeds United, the Wallabies versus Samoa rugby Test, Canterbury Cup NSWRL Grand Final Day, and the Downer Rugby League World Cup 9s Sydney 2019.

About CommBank Stadium

CommBank Stadium is a 30,000-seat purpose-built rectangular stadium in Parramatta, Sydney’s second CBD. Featuring the steepest grandstands in the country and superior sightlines from all seats, it takes fans closer to the action than ever before. It offers an unparalleled live sport and entertainment experience. The Stadium hosts a range of sport and entertainment events. It is also a thriving hub of community activity, hosting an array of meetings and special events. CommBank Stadium is owned by Venues NSW, on behalf of the NSW Government, and operated by VenuesLive, a leading provider of management and hospitality services to venues and events.

About TEG

TEG is Asia Pacific’s leading Ticketing, Live Entertainment and Data Analytics business.  TEG includes Ticketek, TEG Live, TEG Dainty, TEG Analytics, TEG Insights, TEG Digital, Softix, Qudos Bank Arena, Eventopia, Life Like Touring, The Entertainment Store, Brickman Exhibitions and TEG