May Madness: Get around a fired-up West Coast Fever at home this month!

West Coast Fever 2024 home games
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In case you missed the news, West Coast Fever are on fire to start the Suncorp Super Netball 2024 season, remaining undefeated after four rounds so far!

And with three home games in a row coming up this month, now’s the time to get around the Green Army and make sure that red-hot run continues!

Last season they averaged more than 8,000 people per game, the highest in the competition, and so far this year they’ve recorded their third highest regular season crowds in history!

West Coast Fever 2024 home games

“We love playing in front of the Green Army at RAC Arena – their energy, enthusiasm and voice give us a massive advantage and we refer to them as our eighth player,” says West Coast Fever Captain Jess Anstiss.

“If anyone in Perth hasn’t experienced West Coast Fever at RAC Arena they are missing out and I strongly encourage you to come along, wear some green and get behind WA’s premier women’s sporting team.”

Check out a little preview for the games below, and head to Ticketek to grab your tickets, which start at only $25, along with options to get the gang together and score group discounts, or watch every West Coast Fever match live and on demand on Kayo Sports and Foxtel.

West Coast Fever 2024 home games

Game One: Fever v Queensland Firebirds
Friday 10 May @ RAC Arena, 6.30pm (Tickets)

Tomorrow night is the Fever’s first ever Friday night clash at RAC Arena, taking on the rapidly-improving Firebirds. Fever’s defence of Diamonds star Sunday Aryang, Jamaican International Kadie-Ann Dehaney and English Roses Captain Fran Williams will have their work cut out stopping WA-born shooter Donnell Wallam.

Game Two: Fever v Adelaide Thunderbirds
Saturday 18 May @ RAC Arena, 5pm (Tickets)

The Sunshine Girls take centre stage with six Jamaican internationals on-court, including the much-anticipated battle between Fever Superstar Jhaniele Fowler-Nembhard and Thunderbirds Skipper Shamera Sterling-Humphrey.

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Game Three: Fever v Melbourne Vixens
Sunday 26 May @ RAC Arena, 2pm (Tickets)

Round 7 is First Nations Round, with the Fever taking on arch rivals the Melbourne Vixens wearing their new Indigenous Dress, featuring artwork from Jilalga Murray from Jilaga Designs. Get down early for the pre-game cultural performance, and then stick around to see skipper Jess Anstiss, Alice Teague-Neeld and 18-Test Diamond Kelsey Browne go into battle against Vixens skipper and Australian Diamond Kate Moloney alongside rising stars Hannah Mundy, Kate Eddy and Zara Walters.

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