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School holiday fun at the Freo Dockers Footy Festival!

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Get down today!
It’s open training, but not as you know it.

On Tuesday 16 July at Victor George Kailis Oval, Freo fans will once again have the chance to watch the players in action as they prepare to take on Sydney in our Round 18 clash at Optus Stadium.

Following the session, there will be the chance to get autographs and selfies from some of your favourite players.

But to make the most of the school holidays, Freo is going all out with face painting, an inflatable obstacle course and much more!

It will be a great day out for the whole family to enjoy and best of all it’s free!

Victor George Kailis Oval is located at Cockburn ARC, 31 Veterans Parade, Cockburn Central. The action kicks off at 9.30am and will run through the morning.

Check out all of the extra fun you can get involved in below, thanks to our Freo partners.

RAC

RAC will have its RAC Rescue Experience there on the day!

The 360-degree virtual reality experience involves an emergency rescue mission on board an RAC Rescue helicopter to transfer a car crash patient to hospital.

The adventure will give insight into the incredible work done by the RAC Rescue helicopters, that can be airborne within 15 minutes of receiving an emergency call.

Beyond Bank

The club’s Community Impact Partner, Beyond Bank will be there to run a handball game and will also have free fruit for Freo fans. 

They will also have information available on the Freo Purple Transactor account, which includes fee free banking.

Mix94.5

The mix94.5 street team will be in attendance with giveaways.

Pick up a 2019 Fremantle Dockers team poster or spin-to-win some awesome prizes, including match tickets for a future home game.

Pete Curulli - Host of Mix 94.5’s The Rush Hour, 3-5pm weekdays, will MC the morning.

*Please note disability and pram access can be found via the external path on Veterans Parade. Any queries or concerns please contact 9433 7000.

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