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Looking for a 'Sunday Funday' experience for kids that's FREE? The AFL Sunday Funday campaign is still taking the Toyota AFL Premiership
Season by storm with kids under the age of 15 attending for free when accompanied by a paying adult, at Sunday matches.
Looking for something exciting to do with the kids on Sundays? The AFL Sunday Funday is the perfect solution
The best part is that the experience also includes so much more than the footy with a variety or additional activities on offer including photo opportunities, Macca's Kick 2 Kick (at selected matches) meet the mascots and photo opportunities, as well as special movie screenings such as the screening of The Boss Baby on Sunday 18 June at the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne game before the match at Etihad Stadium.
Sunday Funday sessions are free for kids under 15 when accompanied by a paying adult. The events offer a variety of family-friendly activities they'll love.
The Sunday Funday experience is applicable for Sunday matches held (not just in Melbourne but at venues across Australia including the MCG, Etihad Stadium, Adelaide Oval, SCG, Manuka Oval, Metricon Stadium, the Gabba and Simonds Stadium.
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Sunday matches have become a must do activity on the weekend with kids; and this
year’s campaign is promised to be bigger and better than ever. There's also prize giveaways and
affordable food specials to enjoy at the match.
For further information about Kids in Free and Macca’s Kick 2 Kick schedule, activations,
tickets, dates and details, visit the website www.afl.com.au/sundayfunday
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