The Orange Tsunami continues to gain momentum with the GIANTS’ clash with the Saints in Canberra on Saturday officially a sell-out.

All general public and standing room tickets have been exhausted for the clash with St Kilda in what is the club’s first of three home games in the nation’s capital this season.

There will also be no more hospitality tickets on offer for the match with the Saints.

Saturday’s sell-out comes following a record-breaking start to the season for the GIANTS, with the club sitting atop the AFL ladder heading into round five having won its opening four games of the season for the first time in club history.

The GIANTS are also setting records of the field, with the club on track to break through 35,000 members for the first time ever this season after smashing through 33,000 members last year for the first time in history.

With almost 6000 of the club’s members located in Canberra, the GIANTS are hoping the Orange Army is at its loudest and proudest on Saturday as we look to march over the Saints at Manuka Oval.

All attendees to this weekend’s match must hold a valid match day ticket or membership. There will be no ticket sales or redemptions available at the gate.  

The GIANTS and Saints will do battle on Saturday at Manuka Oval at 1:45pm, with the match to be broadcast live on Fox Footy and Kayo nationally and on 7mate in NSW and the ACT from 1:30pm.