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- Match preview v Port Adelaide
The Fremantle Dockers take on Port Adelaide this Saturday, 15 June at Optus Stadium. Bounce down is 2.35pm.
There are still tickets available to Sunday’s game through Ticketmaster.
Don’t forget this weekend is Kids Day Out! Make your little Dockers day by purchasing an Adult general admission ticket through Ticketmaster and receive up to four free junior tickets. Bring the whole family down early for plenty of family fun activities.
The best transport option is via bus or train, with free public transport included three hours pre and three hours post-match with every Fremantle game-access membership or Ticketmaster ticket.
10.45am – Gate A open
11am – Curtain Raiser (AFL National 18’s Championship – WA v SA)
12pm – Membership services open at gates B & E
12.30pm – Gates B, C, D & E open
12.30pm – Purple Playground at the Southern Oval
1.40pm – Crowd and screen interactions, game analysis and more with on ground announcers, Ty Thwaites and Pete Curulli
2.21pm – Fremantle team entry
2.33pm – Coin toss
2.35pm – Bounce down
AROUND THE GROUND
Purple Playground – from 12.30pm
The Purple Playground is located on the Southern Oval, outside gate D (view stadium precinct map). Bring the family down for football activities, inflatable obstacle course and face painting.
Supporters Club – Riverview Room and Skyview Lounge
Riverview Rooms (level 3 west) and The Skyview Lounge (level 5 west) will be open from 12.30pm for Supporters Club members. A non-playing player will make an appearance from 1.30pm in the Riverview Room.
Supporter Club members will need to have their 2019 membership card to gain entry. Please note there is limited capacity.
The membership team will be located at gates B & E from 12pm.
Non playing players will be unable to sign this week due to the Peel Thunder game taking place at the same time.
Past player, Graham Polak will be taking the first kick of the day from 2pm.
Graham Polak played 73 games for Fremantle between 2002 and 2006. He was drafted from East Fremantle as pick 4 in the 2001 AFL Draft and was nominated for the AFL Rising Star award in round nine of 2003. Polak was later traded to Richmond in 2006 where he played a further 38 games.
DURING THE GAME
Quarter time – Hit Live with Oceana Penniment
Thanks to hit92.9, be in your seat at quarter time to listen to Hit Live. Hit Live sees a local WA artist performing a cover of a hit or old school song live in stadium at each home game.
Sing along with us in the event of a win! View club song lyrics.
Follow us on social media and the club app for all post-match content, including player interviews and Ross Lyon’s media conference.
Mac for a Match
If we win, you win with a free Big Mac on Monday thanks to McDonald’s! Present your game day ticket, membership card or membership confirmation email to redeem your free Big Mac. Terms and conditions apply