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All parents in Melbourne are in luck!

With school holidays well under way, Storm are having a special offer for this Sunday's Grand Final rematch against the Sharks… Kids come FREE!

Here are FIVE reasons why you must get to AAMI Park this weekend.

Entertain the kids

Nothing will get the kids more excited than jumping out of their seat and cheering their loudest with 15,000-plus members of the purple army. High-flying tries, lightning quick runs, big tackles and a whole lot of fun – you won’t find any other place these school holidays that will have your kids on the edge of their seats for 80 minutes!

Have fun yourself

Sure, you can go watch the latest animation movie, organise a play date or read a bedtime story but a Storm game guarantees you will be having just as much fun as your kids! Why not entertain yourself as well as them. If you’ve never experienced it before you will quickly realise Storm home games have something for the entire family. Be a part of it!

Be there for the Grand Final Replay at AAMI Park. Storm host the Sharks, Sunday 9 April.

Get them out of the house

The longer the kids spend at home the longer they will probably start to test your sanity. Do everyone in the family a favour, get out of the house this Sunday afternoon and get to AAMI Park. The kids will use up all their energy cheering on Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and the boys so by the time you get them home they’ll be fast asleep. You’re welcome!

Go home with a smile

Everyone remembers those moments you share as a family when you all go home with smiles on your faces. While we can’t guarantee a Storm win, no matter the result it is always bound to be a good night. Get amongst the free activities before the game, cheer your loudest during it and hopefully we will all be feeling Melbourne Proud at the end of the night.


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.