The Fremantle Football Club can confirm that it’s Thursday night’s clash with Geelong at Optus Stadium will go ahead as planned.

There will be no crowd restrictions at the game however the playing field will be a designated quarantine zone, which means fans will not be permitted to reach out over the field of play or interact with Fremantle or Geelong players at any time.

Fremantle CEO Simon Garlick said the club was looking forward to celebrating it’s annual Starlight Purple Haze Game, proudly presented by South32.

“It’s clearly a big game for the Club tonight against Geelong in the context of the season itself but made all the more special with the players wearing the Milli Lucas Tribute Jumper and fans pledging for Starlight to help raise funds for seriously ill children and their families,” Garlick said.

“We can’t wait to see a big crowd come along to the game tonight and help the players get the win over the Cats.”

Unfortunately, Fremantle’s on-ground activities planned will not go ahead due to the field being a quarantine zone, including the banner and coin toss, which was set to be performed by the family of Milli Lucas.

Bouncedown for the clash is at 6.10pm and tickets are now on sale. Click the button below to get yours now.

Match day info v Geelong
Serong's education to continue
JL: Get it to Sonny

Make every goal count for sick kids!

Pledge a donation for every goal Freo kick in our Starlight Purple Haze game against Geelong and help brighten the lives of sick kids.