Sundays at the MCG are set to be bursting with entertainment for all our young Bluebaggers.
Carlton's 2017 fixture will see the Blues play at the ‘G on five Sundays across the season and with plenty of family-friendly initiatives on offer, you won’t want to miss a match.
Children under the age of 15 receive free entry to all Sunday AFL games in all sections of the MCG and in line with the “kids in free” initiative, they’ll also be granted free admission into the National Sports Museum when arriving with an adult.
With highlights from Australian sporting history, memorabilia from sporting greats and fun interactive displays, the Museum has something to attract every family member on their day out at the footy.
Kick-to-kick is also set to excite fans when it returns to football’s biggest stage for 11 Sunday AFL matches in 2017.
And with Carlton to feature in two of those games, Blues fans will have the opportunity to test their own skills on the hallowed turf.
The gates to the ground will open following Carlton’s clash against Melbourne on Sunday 2 April and against Essendon on Sunday 9 April, so don’t miss your chance to have a kick with your fellow Bluebaggers.
With the preservation of the ground remaining priority, kick-to-kick will not be offered during the winter months of June or July.
Tickets to Carlton’s matches (Rounds 1 to 22) are on sale now, purchase yours here.