The National Rugby League (NRL) announced today that Ampol State of Origin Two in Perth had officially sold out.
Following Queensland’s win in Game One of the series in Sydney, State of Origin’s first trip back to Optus Stadium since 2019 will be played in front of a full house.
With only single tickets remaining for Game Three in Brisbane, NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said supporters had responded in an extraordinary way to ensure capacity crowds across the series.
“Game one at Accor Stadium sold out, now our return to Perth will also be played in front of a full house,” Mr Abdo said.
“The response from our supporters has confirmed Origin as the greatest rivalry in Australian sport with world-class entertainment for fans on and off the field.
“Following recent years dominated by restrictions and crowd caps, it is fantastic to see capacity crowds in Origin cheering on their teams, particularly at a world-class venue like Optus Stadium on neutral territory.”
Sunday’s match at Optus Stadium will feature ARIA-winning Australian rock band, Grinspoon, who will headline a pre-match line-up that also includes a spectacular light show.