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Canberra Raiders members will be given priority access, special recognition, exclusive opportunities to win special prizes in 2014 simply by attending home matches at GIO Stadium.

As part of the ‘Raiders Family’ approach to game days in 2014, Canberra Raiders members will be treated with the appreciation and respect they deserve at home matches, starting with a special green carpet entry at both entrances to GIO Stadium.

These ‘Raiders Family’ entry ways are for Raiders members and corporate partners only, giving them the rock star entry they deserve as they make their way to their seats for Raiders home matches.

To celebrate the start of the home season, members entering the ground on Sunday will be given an awesome gift simply for turning up, with a special DHA Raiders Viking beanie handed out to the first 5000 members who arrive to the ground from gates open at 4.00pm.

They will then have the chance to see their name proudly displayed on the Raiders 2014 members’ honour board in the Western forecourt of the ground, as the club pays tribute to all of the members who signed on before March 9.  

Each match will also feature a member tossing the coin with the home and away captains, which will be replayed on the big screen during the match preview. Seven of these opportunities have already been awarded as part of the Raiders Rewards program.

The Wave for a Waves promotion is also members specific this year, with members having five chances to win a free carwash throughout game day. All members need to do is keep an eye out for one of The Emeralds and wave to the camera!

Membership can still be purchased prior to the weekends match through or by calling Raiders HQ on (02) 6253 3515 before 5.00pm on Friday.

Fans who wish to sign up for membership on the day can do so by purchasing a ticket and making their way to the membership marquee in the Western Forecourt. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.