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Always Geelong, always on the ball. Whether it’s home or far away, you can be sure that the boys will give the game their all. But don’t just take our word for it, see it for yourself by grabbing tickets to the Cats’ next match, thanks to Ticketblaster.

Welcome the champions of the 2022 AFL season back with a roar with premium tickets from Ticketblaster.

Every winter, thousands in Geelong get excited for Geelong Cats Tickets. In recent times, Geelong has had incredible success on the footy field. The Cats are truly loved in the city of Geelong. Their fans are in love with the team. They are passionate die hard supporters who follow the team around the country with their support.

Due to Geelong’s extensive history in AFL, they have built up many famous rivalries with some of the other big AFL footy clubs. These include Collingwood, Hawthorn, Carlton and Melbourne. These blockbuster games are not to be missed. Be sure to buy tickets from Ticketblaster.


The Cats home stadium, GMHBA Stadium is also known as Simonds Stadium due to the attached naming rights. The ground is situated in Southern Geelong. In 2018, the stadium is going to be renamed to GMHBA. The Cats moved from their original home, Corio Oval to Simonds Stadium in 1941. The small stadium hold 36,000 screaming fans. . GMHBA Stadium is the largest regional stadium in all of Australia. Footy has been played at GMHBA Stadium since the 1940’s. In 1941, the Geelong Cats started playing their footy matches at GMHBA Stadium


Geelong has a long and proud history. Every Geelong supporter is proud of the 9 AFL Premierships they have won. These flags were won in 1925, 1931, 1937, 1951, 1952, 1963, 2007, 2009 & 2011.

Below are some interesting stats on The Cats:

  • Geelong is the second oldest club in the AFL being established in 1859. The oldest club is the Melbourne Football club.
  • In 1963, the Geelong Cats won their 6th AFL flag.
  • In 2007, the Cats broke a 44 year drought. They won their next flag.
  • In the AFL reserves competition, the Cats have been highly successful. They have won it 15 times.
  • The Cats highest winning margin was against Melbourne in 2011 when they won by 186 points.
  • Their lowest winning score, also against Melbourne was in 1897. At the end of the 4th quarter, the score was 15-10.
  • In 2010, Geelong beat Collingwood in front of 88,115 people at The MCG.

To be part of history being made today, you need to watch the game live.


Although not the biggest club in terms of members, the Cats still have a very healthy membership base. In 2015, the Geelong Cats had 44,312 paid member. This increased by over 10% in 2016 to a whopping 50,571 paid up members.

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The Geelong Cats Football Club 

Since their founding in 1859, the Cats have been based in Geelong, and are one of the oldest clubs in the AFL competition. The fact they call a regional town their home sets them apart from many of the other Victorian clubs, and their connection to the local community is incredibly strong.

The club played its first game against a team from Colac in 1859. Despite winning that particular battle, they struggled with form in their early years and upon entering the VFA competition, they did not win a premiership until 1878. The following year, the Cats claimed back-to-back premierships with wins over Carlton and Melbourne. Over 150 years down the track, the club has won nine premierships, making them one of the most successful teams of the AFL era.

If you’re struggling to pick a game to attend, why not consider a match where the Cats go head-to-head against one of their many arch-rivals? 

The battle between the Cats and the Hawks, for example, has long been considered one of the greatest rivalries in the AFL competition. Both teams have achieved tremendous success, with numerous premiership titles to their names. The tension between these clubs reaches a boiling point every time they face off on the field, which always makes for intense viewing.

However, what really sets this rivalry apart is the respect that the players and coaches hold for each other. Whether you’re a lifelong Geelong fan or tuning in for the very first time, make sure to catch the Cats’ next match against the Hawks to see AFL footy at its finest.

Buying Geelong Tickets With Ticketblaster 

When you buy tickets for a Geelong game, you’re not just watching footy — you are witnessing a historical club in action. Relish this experience with Ticketblaster.

The team at Ticketblaster makes it simple to see the Geelong Cats in action. Just browse our website and choose to filter games according to team, round, or venue to find top seats.

We’re always adding tickets to our range, so be sure to check back regularly.

Who Won The Last AFL Grand Final? 

Who else but Geelong?

After a closely fought season, it all came down to the Cats up against the Swans. Pundits were expecting a close encounter, but what they got was the complete opposite. Geelong managed to pull ahead in the second half thanks to some great play from their forwards, with Joel Selwood and Patrick Dangerfield shining brightly.

Can they go back-to-back? Only time will tell!

Shop for Geelong AFL Tickets at Ticketblaster

Here at Ticketblaster, we’ve been operating in the sporting and entertainment industry for quite some time now. We know what our customers expect and are passionate about delivering the best ticketing options available. 

Ticketblaster offers 100 per cent legitimate tickets available to purchase through a secure online booking system. We’ve partnered with a number of high-profile sporting clubs and corporations to gain access to the best AFL tickets in town. With an Australian-based customer service team available seven days per week, the process of booking your tickets is smooth and simple. 

Browse our website to locate the full list of Geelong Cats tickets available. We’re constantly updating our offerings, so be sure to check back regularly for new match offerings. Go the Cats!


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