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VFL Grand Final Match Day Info

THE Casey Demons will take on the Box Hill Hawks in this weekend's VFL Grand Final at Etihad Stadium. 

Casey will be gunning for their sixth VFA/VFL Premiership and the first since the Springvale Scorpions era in 1999.

Your ticket to the VFL Grand Final will also grant you admission to the VFLW Grand Final between Hawthorn and Geelong, which begins at 12pm. 

Match Details

Peter Jackson VFL Grand Final
Casey Demons v Box Hill Hawks
Sunday September 23, 3.20pm
Etihad Stadium 

Purchasing tickets

Tickets for the VFLW and VFL Grand Final double-header are available now on Ticketmaster and can be purchased HERE. Tickets are general admission only.

Ticket prices*

Adults: $23.33
Concession/pensioners: $16.19 (please ensure you bring a valid concession or pensioner card)
Junior (6-15 Years): $1.65
Kids under six: Free

* A Handling Fee from $7.95 per transaction applies. In addition a delivery fee may apply depending on the mode of delivery selected.

Broadcast

Channel 7's live telecast of the VFLW and VFL Grand Final double-header live into Victoria from 12pm. The VFL Grand Final will begin at 3.20pm. 

Getting to Etihad Stadium

Public transport: Etihad Stadium is well serviced by the nearby Southern Cross train station, tram and bus routes as well as ferry services. Find out more information here on getting to the ground

Parking: Spaces are available at Etihad Stadium, however we encourage you to book in advance to save money and to ensure you don't miss out. Read more about Etihad Stadium parking here

Social Media

Make sure you're following Melbourne FC and the Casey Demons on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for full coverage of the Grand Final.

Match Preview

So here it is - the season has come down to the final deciding contest and the Casey Demons will be looking to clinch their sixth VFA/VFL Premiership on Sunday afternoon.

It will be the first time in a VFA/VFL Grand Final that both the Demons and Box Hill Hawks have come up against each other.

Casey and Box Hill have played twice this season with the Dees claiming the win in round six by 39 points, whilst Box Hill prevailed in round 20.

Casey progressed through to the grand final after a dominating 91-point win over Geelong at home in the qualifying final before a gutsy come-from-behind eight-point win over Essendon in last week's preliminary final.

Box Hill reached the decider after an extra-time 11-point win over Port Melbourne, a 29-point win over Geelong, then a thrilling one-point win over Williamstown in the preliminary final.

The Hawks are just the second team behind Northern Blues (Bullants) in 2010 to make the grand final from outside the top four.

With no AFL footy in Melbourne on Sunday, make sure you get down to Docklands and cheer the Demons on to glory!