MATCH DAY INFORMATION – ROUND 10 V ADELAIDE THUNDERBIRDS
Round 10 – Suncorp Super Netball
Adelaide Thunderbirds v Magpies Netball
Date: Sunday, July 8
Time: 1.00pm (AEST)
Curtain-raiser match: South Australian Aboriginal Sports Training Academy Elite Netball Team (SAASTA) vs. Pedare Netball
Gates open: 11am
Venue: Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Broadcaster: Live on Channel 9 and Telstra TV
As this is an away game, your Magpies Netball membership will not provide you access to the game.
Tickets to the round ten clash against the Thunderbirds are available at Ticketek. Click here to purchase yours now.
The inaugural Suncorp Super Netball Indigenous Round will be held across Round 10, coinciding with the NAIDOC week celebration (8-15 July) – themed – Because of Her, We can!
The theme recognises the significant contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women have made – and continue to make – to Australian society, at local, state and national levels.
A key feature of the Indigenous Round will be the team uniforms designed to represent each area’s Indigenous stories and culture, as well as the game day ball design, created by well-known Indigenous designer, Sarrita King.
Each team's dress artwork is unique to their local Indigenous communities and collectively the eight designs symbolises the diversity and enriched history across Australia.
WHERE CAN YOU WATCH AND/OR FOLLOW THE GAME?
Our round 10 game against the Thunderbirds will be broadcast live on Channel 9 and Telstra TV, from 1pm (AEST) on Sunday, 8 July.
All SSN matches will also be available live via subscription to the Netball Live app. This app will also offer behind-the-scenes content and match highlights.
MAGPIES NETBALL SOCIAL MEDIA
Follow our Magpies and stay up-to-date pre, during and post-game!
The Thunderbirds will host the Magpies at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
The game was scheduled to be played at Priceline Stadium, but was moved to the larger capacity stadium at the beginning of 2018.
For a map of the precinct, inducing car park access, click here.
The Tram is the cheapest and most convenient way to get to and from the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Tram services between the City and the Adelaide Entertainment Centre are free of charge and services operate with a good level of frequency. The tram station is located immediately in front of the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Click here for details on tram timetables.
The Bowden Train Station is within approximately 150m of the Adelaide Entertainment Centre and provides easy pedestrian access to and from the Centre. Click here for details on train timetables.
Bus stops are within close proximity (50-80m) to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Click here for details on bus timetables – Refer to bus timetables 115, 150, 157)
Taxi stands are located on both sides of Port Road in close proximity to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre’s entry.
The Adelaide Entertainment Centre has more than 1,400 car park spaces available on site for concertgoers. For more information, click here.