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Round 4 Game Day guide

Round 4 - Melbourne Storm v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Sunday 7 April

Kick-off: 4.05pm

Gates open: 2.30pm


Tickets are still available for purchase here.

Family fun day

Sunday afternoon footy is back at AAMI Park for the club's round 4 clash with the Bulldogs.

Children under 15 attend FREE when accompanied by a full-paying adult.

To celebrate the family friendly timeslot, a mini Family Day festival will be held on Gosch's Paddock from 12.30pm with food vendors, inflatable rides and skills-based challenges.

The event will be an opportunity to meet young guns Tom Eisenhuth and Scott Drinkwater.

Children under 15 can also pick up a 2019 Storm Passport and collect the first stamp for the season at Sunday's game.

The mini Family Day festival is proudly sponsored by the City of Melbourne.

Touch exhibition game

Touch Football Victoria will host an exhibition game on Gosch's Paddock from 3pm - 3.30pm.

The 2018 U15 Victorian Boys Touch Football Squad will showcase their skills ahead of this year's trials for U12, U15 and U18 boys and girls Victorian teams in May.

Follow Touch Football Victoria on Facebook for more details.

Memberships and merchandise

Membership sales will be available opposite Edwin's Cafe - memberships purchased on Saturday will be given access to the game.

Membership collection will be available at Gate E from 2.30pm.

Fresh 2019 merchandise will be available for purchase at the Melbourne Storm Megastore from 2.30pm.

Transport and parking information

We want to make sure you get to the footy on time this weekend. Plan your trip ahead of time as there will be disruptions to public transport on Sunday. See how your line will be affected here.

Please note parking is extremely limited.

Yarra Park MCG will be open for public parking on Sunday 7 April, subject to space available.

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.

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