Sunday Funday in 2015 at the MCG

Sunday Funday at the 'G

Experience Sunday Funday this season at an AFL game! The MCG is offering families an unmatchable experience.

The MCG will offer kick-to-kick at several Sunday AFL matches in 2017, and free admission to the National Sports Museum for children at all Sunday games.

Kids in free in National Sports Museum

Children under 15 will be granted free admission to the National Sports Museum when arriving with an adult during event mode, which aligns with the “kids in free” initiative to all Sunday AFL games* in all sections of the MCG.

There will be special pre-game activities in the museum, with possibilities including appearances, book signings and cartoonists (details below).

With memorabilia from some of the biggest sporting heroes, highlights from our nation’s sporting history, from AFL to Olympics, and fun interactive displays, the National Sports Museum has something to entertain the whole family before the footy.

Pre-purchase your event mode tickets to the National Sports Museum here. Please note: you must have a ticket for the event to gain entry into the MCG. 

*Conditions apply. Visit afl.com.au/sundayfunday for more information.

NSM extra activities

Visitors of all ages can take on the Sunday Speedster challenge each week - see if you can make the leaderboard. Plus, there are giveaways including free kids meals and hot drink vouchers to be won when you're among the first 20 people through the door at any Sunday match!

Sunday Speedster Challenge - Winners announced

Congratulations to Jack Ingwersen (Junior) and Matthew Moody (Senior) who have won their respective categories! Jack's score of 42 saw him top the Junior Leaderboard, while Matthew's score of 47 was enough to finish first for the adults.

Jack and Matthew have won the chance to have an exclusive kick-to-kick on the MCG turf. By taking part in the Game On! Sunday Speedster Challenge, they've won a kick on the ‘G after the Grand Final at this year's MCG Open Day.

With club mascots and players all having a go this year, whoever finished at the top of our leaderboard at the end of Round 23 won half an hour on the MCG before gates open to the public for Open Day on October 1. With both senior and junior leaderboards, the whole family were encouraged to have a go!

Competition terms and conditions can be downloaded here.

Kick-to-kick

This year's planned kick-to-kick matches are:
• Sunday April 2            Melbourne v Carlton
• Sunday April 9            Carlton v Essendon (cancelled due to wet weather)
• Sunday April 30          Geelong v Collingwood
• Sunday May 7            Melbourne v Hawthorn
• Sunday May 14          Richmond v Fremantle
• Sunday May 21          Melbourne v North Melbourne
• Sunday May 28          Collingwood v Brisbane Lions (cancelled due to wet weather)
• Sunday August 6        Richmond v Hawthorn  (cancelled due to wet weather)
• Sunday August 13      Melbourne v St Kilda
• Sunday August 20      Melbourne v Brisbane Lions
• Sunday August 27      Richmond v St Kilda (cancelled due to wet weather)

To ensure the quality of the playing surface is maintained to the MCG’s very high standard, kick-to-kick will not be offered during June or July.  All planned dates are subject to weather and ground conditions.

Kids meal deal

Fuel up the family on Sunday Funday and purchase the new kids meal deal.

Visit any Food Store outlet at the MCG to receive a bottle of Mount Franklin water, chicken nuggets and chips, and a pack of AFL footy cards.

CAN'T COME TO A GAME ON SUNDAY?

Pre-book your MCG Tour and National Sports Museum for another day!