You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content

The Canberra Raiders are officially on sale for 2017 membership.

The Green Machine had a successful season both on and off the field in 2016, with a top two finish in the regular NRL season and a record of over 15,000 members for the first time in club history.

2017 membership packages are now available for purchase, with a huge range of options including full-season, part-season, away-flexi and supporter memberships available now at

2016 members have until October 31 to retain their same seat for the 2017 season, while new members are encouraged to sign on now and secure their seat at GIO Stadium for Raiders home matches.

Canberra Raiders Captain Jarrod Croker said the support for the club in 2016 had been the best he’d seen in his time in the NRL and looked forward to seeing similar scenes at Raiders matches in 2017.

“I said it all year, but the support we had for the season was the best I’ve seen since I started playing,” Croker said. “We had fans turning up at the start of season during close to 40 degree temperatures, good crowds and support during the cold winter and then two home finals where the atmosphere was the best I’ve ever seen at our home ground.

“With the introduction of the Viking Clap and huge home crowds we are starting to see GIO Stadium return to the fortress it once was and I can’t wait to see packed crowds full of members for the start of the new season.”

The Raiders are offering a huge range of memberships in 2017 and the first members to sign on for 2017 will receive a special 35 year commemorative club pin.

Members in 2017 will continue to receive a wide range of benefits including exclusive membership merchandise, priority purchasing for NRL Finals and State of Origin tickets, 20% off purchases at and 10% off food purchases at home matches at GIO Stadium.

Visit to sign up now!

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.