Yes, there is an entry charge to attend all VAFA-hosted finals matches. Prices vary depending on what finals week it is.
The VAFA are a non-for-profit organisation with revenue raised during finals covering finals-related expenses such as venue hire and security costs and contributing to keeping affiliation fees for clubs as low as possible.
You can avoid the queues by pre-purchasing finals tickets online on the VAFA website (www.vafa.com.au) via INTIX and scanning your ticket at the gate. You will be required to create an INTIX account in order to easily display and scan your ticket.
You can also pay at the gate where EFTPOS facilities are available. Paying via cash will not be permitted.
Yes, dogs are permitted at finals venues, as long as they are kept on a leash at all times.
Canteens will operate at all VAFA Finals venues. Additional options may be available at other venues including a coffee van.
The VAFA prides itself on ensuring we provide a safe, welcoming and inclusive match day environment for everyone. Alcohol is not allowed to be brought into the venue under any circumstances. Security may evict any person caught consuming alcohol inside the venue.
A cash bar may operate at selected VAFA Finals matches (with drinking strictly permitted inside only).
Yes, extra time shall be played in any match of the 2023 VAFA Finals Series where the scores are level at the completion of playing time. Extra time shall consist of two (2) halves of five (5) minutes plus time on.