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Melbourne turned on a picture perfect day for the 2014 Melbourne Storm Family Day held on Gosch's Paddock.

Melbourne Storm’s 2015 Family Day on Saturday 21 February is fast approaching.

The event will commence at 2pm on Gosch's Paddock with a number of fun family activities scheduled across the day. The 2015 Melbourne Storm playing group will be introduced on stage, with fans able to get autographs from the players and enjoy the afternoon's proceedings before the final trial match of pre-season against the Bulldogs kicks-off at AAMI Park from 6.30pm.

Storm's U20 Thunderbolts will also be in action on the day, taking on the Bulldogs U20s on Gosch's Paddock in a trial kicking-off at 4pm.  

2015 Melbourne Storm memberships will be available for purchase from the Storm Membership marquee on the day with the latest 2015 Storm merchandise range also available. A number of activities for kids of all ages will be available, promising for a fun filled afternoon.

  • LIVE interviews on stage
  • Player autograph booth
  • Free amusements
  • Storm Man
  • 2015 Tigerair Cheer Team
  • Food and beverage stalls
  • Merchandise sales
  • Membership sales
  • Plenty of giveaways
  • Sponsor acitvations

Make sure that you are there to enjoy one of the great days on the Melbourne Storm calendar and kick start what promises to be an exciting 2015 season.

Tickets to Melbourne Storm's trial match at AAMI Park against the Bulldogs on Saturday 21 February are available online. Purchase here. (Tickets will also be available on the night from Ticket Box E at AAMI Park.)

2015 Melbourne Storm Family Day, Gosch's Paddock: 2-6pm

U20 Thunderbolts v U20 Bulldogs Trial, Gosch's Paddock: 4pm

Melbourne Storm v Canterbury Bulldogs Trial, AAMI Park: 6:30pm (Gates open: 6pm)

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.