Saturday's AFL Riverina Championship grand final is a sell out.
The 1564 tickets available for grand final day were sold in a matter of 30 minutes on Monday morning.
AFL Riverina football operations coordinator Tom Walker said the appetite for tickets proved how popular this season's competition has been.
"It's a great reflection on the competition this year to see so many people interested in going to watch local football," Walker said.
"It goes to show that people in the Riverina love their footy as much as anyone."
All six clubs that took part in the one-off AFL Riverina Championship will be represented at Robertson Oval on Saturday, with Wagga Tigers to take on Leeton-Whitton for the senior football premiership.
The frantic nature in which tickets were sold on Monday morning has resulted in many supporters missing out.
AFL Riverina confirmed the games will be live-streamed but are not in a position to make any more tickets available.
"No, we're not looking to release more tickets due to adhering to NSW Health regulations in regards to crowd size," Walker said.
"We'll look to manage the grand final with the tickets that we've sold and that's it."
Each participating club was allocated a certain amount of tickets for grand final day, while AFL Riverina have also ensured players and officials are included.
The online ticketing system and restriction on numbers is all part of AFL Riverina's major facility COVID safety plan.
Crowds during the home and away season were capped at 500, while it has increased to around 1800 for the finals series due to AFL Riverina's safety plan.
Meantime, the AFL Riverina Championship Most Valuable Player (MVP) night will be held on Wednesday, in an online capacity.
Due to COVID restrictions, officials decided against a presentation night in its usual format, but the vote counts will be performed and award winners announced via AFL Riverina's Facebook page from 5pm.
The A grade netball vote count will start at 7pm, with first grade football to get underway from 7.30pm.