CARLTON will play its first Marsh Community Series game for the year when it heads west on Saturday.
Ready to take on a new-look Fremantle in Mandurah, it will be the Blues’ first four-quarter hitout for the year against AFL opposition.
Here is everything you need to know for the impending Marsh Community Series, with Carlton to host Brisbane the following week.
Fremantle v Carlton
Where: David Grays Arena, WA
When: Saturday 29 February, 7:10pm AEDT (4:10pm local time)
Carlton v Brisbane
Where: Ikon Park
When: Sunday 8 March, 6:40pm AEDT
Both games in the Marsh Community Series will be played under similar rules to that of the home-and-away season. There will be four 20-minute quarters plus added time-on.
The main difference is that teams are permitted to have eight players on the bench, making it a squad of 26 on game days.
Potential supplemental selection period (SSP) recruits who aren’t currently on the list are eligible to play in these games.
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A few of our senior boys made the trip down to the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre on Saturday.#BoundByBlue
General admission seats for adults are available from $20, while reserved seats are available from $30. There will be no reserved seating for this weekend’s game at David Grays Arena.
AFL and club members will have free general admission entry, subject to availability.
How to watch:
The game will be broadcast on FOX Footy, which will also be available to Kayo Sports subscribers.
Those with an AFL Live Pass can also tune in on the Official AFL App.