A sold-out crowd will witness the ACT Brumbies' bid to stamp themselves as Australian rugby's premier franchise in the Super Rugby AU decider.
All 6000 tickets have been snapped up for the Brumbies' grand final clash against the Queensland Reds at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night.
Fans scrambled to secure the last remaining seats on Monday night after about 5000 tickets were secured by the club's season ticket holders.
The crowd of 6000 is well short of Canberra Stadium's 25,000-capacity but coronavirus restrictions have forced teams to play in front of small attendances all year.
However this will be the biggest crowd Canberra Stadium has hosted since March when the COVID-19 pandemic derailed competitions around the globe.
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"You want to be in the full Super Rugby grand final, that was our goal at the start of the year and then obviously we were given the Australian competition, so that's what we aimed for," Brumbies hooker Connal McInerney said.
"At first we aimed for the usual Super Rugby grand final, and I think we could have gone close this year, and instead we've got this opportunity to finally stamp ourselves as the best team in Australia.
"It's very exciting, I know the crowd will only be 6000, but it'll be loud. It's going to be a good atmosphere."
Tickets have been sold out before the general public had a chance to get their hands on them, with members and those who had signed up to a waitlist making the most of their time.
"Our main focus is to repay the members who stuck with us and have been with the club over a number of years," Brumbies chief executive Phil Thomson said.
"We want those people to be with the club for a little bit longer and we also want people to be there at the game if they can be. It would have been good if we could have got more people."