Everything You Need to Know for 2022 NRL Harvey Norman All Stars

CommBank Stadium will host Sydney’s first NRL Harvey Norman All Stars this Saturday 12 February.

For hundreds of years, Indigenous and Maori peoples have come together along the banks of the Parramatta river and this year, we gather at CommBank Stadium to witness Australia’s greatest celebration of First Nations culture.

The event will feature men’s and women’s Indigenous and Maori teams across both rugby league and touch footy.

To make sure you have the best time possible during this time of celebration, we have put together all the information you need below.

Top Tips

  • Plan to arrive early at the Stadium, leaving plenty of time for the entry process and to find your seat.
  • Consider all your transport options and travel with your group. For the best and most up-to-date transport info, including parking options and public transport, head to the Transport for NSW Event Page here. Fans are reminded that masks are mandatory when travelling on public transport.
  • Arrive early and soak up the atmosphere of All Stars night!
  • Remember, CommBank Stadium is a cashless venue.
  • Please STAY HOME if you are feeling unwell, have been diagnosed with COVID-19, been in contact with a positive case or are awaiting the result of a COVID-19 Test Fans are encouraged to bring and wear a facemask, and be mindful of how and where they dispose of them.
  • Corporate guests will be required to wear a facemask while indoors.

Key Timings

4:00 pm Gates Open
4:10 pm Touch Football – Indigenous v Māori
5:20 pm Indigenous Women’s All-Stars v New Zealand Māori Ferns
8:10 pm Australian Indigenous Men’s All-Stars v New Zealand Māori Kiwis

Tickets

There’s still time to be part of the action, grab your tickets to the NRL Harvey Norman All Stars here.

Getting here

Fans are encouraged to plan ahead and leave plenty of time for travelling to the game. For the most up-to-date information head here.

Trains and buses run regularly to Parramatta Station which is a 15 minute walk from the stadium. Some buses also make stops outside the stadium on O’Connell St.

If you’re driving to the game plan to arrive early as car parks in the area are expected to be in high demand.

Reminder: it’s mandatory to wear a face mask when travelling on public transport.

Entertainment

Inside CommBank Stadium will be a massive celebration of First Nations culture with a lot to look forward to, including:

  • Cultural Performances including smoking ceremony, Nulungu Dreaming, Yaba Kerker Otaba, Muggera, Te Aranganui, Budgerah and more.
  • Uluru Statement and Welcome to Country
  • Lights Out Legends Moment into Indigenous and Maori Cultural performances
  • Indigenous Team War Cry
  • Maori Team Haka
  • Half-time performance by Budjerah
  • Post-match presentations for both Women’s and Men’s games
  • 2021 Indigenous Youth Leadership Summit ambassadors to MC the night

In the Precinct

Outside the Stadium there’s plenty to you get you in the mood for a big day of footy:

  • Merchandise
  • Food Trucks
  • Chemist Warehouse Wellness Van
  • Parramatta Eels Membership
  • State of Mind – Photobooth
  • Uluru Statement
  • Smoking ceremony
  • Cultural performances
  • NSW Police Activation

Vaccination Hub

Free COVID-19 booster doses will be available for footy fans aged 16 years and over, who had their second COVID-19 vaccine more than three months ago, inside CommBank Stadium this Saturday.

If you’re not already fully vaccinated, anyone aged 5 years and over can also get their first or second dose on game day.

Just visit the clinic between 4pm to 8pm, located in the South West Terrace.