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2013 memberships now available

Adelaide Football Club membership is now open for 2013 via

Members and supporters can renew or join online by clicking here.

With 2013 looming as one of the most exciting seasons in Adelaide’s history, Crows CEO Steven Trigg has urged fans to join the Club.

“On the field we have made great progress in a short amount of time and I’m sure you will share my enthusiasm for what lies ahead,” he said.

“Off the field we continue to enjoy incredible support from the 19th Man. 

“Not only is your financial contribution vital in ensuring we can provide the football resources we need to succeed in a highly competitive league, your support at games – both home and away – provides us with a competitive advantage."

Next year is the Club’s final season at AAMI Stadium before football moves to Adelaide Oval.

“By renewing your membership for 2013 you’ll ensure you’re a part of the historic final season at AAMI Stadium while making sure you’re first in line to join us as we make Adelaide Oval our home from 2014.”

New members who commit to an 11-game membership in 2013 will also be assured a seat at the inner city venue from 2014.

The Club’s 2013 membership range includes reserved seat, junior, interstate, Victorian and flexible match access packages.

“Benefits have been designed to make you feel a part of our Club while providing excellent value for money.“

The Crows will also offer a new supporter membership ‘Boundary Line’. The affordable package is aimed at fans that can’t get to any games but still wish to join the Club.

Trigg said that while 2012 will go down as a great year for the Crows, the Club is not satisfied.

“To be one kick away from a Grand Final while winning a pre-season premiership and 17 home and away games along the way is a result that we should all be proud of.

“In 2013 we are determined to go all the way. 

“Join the 19th Man and come along for the ride.”

To browse 2013 memberships or renew online, visit

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