Sat, 19 Mar|
Melbourne City FC CHAMPIONSHIP Celebration - The Redemption
Melbourne City FC's chance at a Redemption Celebration.
Time & Location
19 Mar 2022, 6:20 pm – 10:10 pm
Melbourne, Olympic Blvd, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
About the Event
18/3/22 11.23pm: RSVP UPDATE 73/75 tickets have been claimed.
If you want the last 2 Its first in best dressed!
Those of you that have remained silent will be classed as a NO as per 'ghosting protocol'.
Manners, respect, maturity, honour and decency will communicate that No.
Why is this happening?
In 2020 I won the major prize at the Melbourne City FC Players Awards Night Raffle which the club forgot about.
However I did not forget about it and followed them up at the appointed time being: 30 September 2021.
Since then the club still haven't been able to provide a suitable replacement prize...
...Finally at 3.34pm on 11/3/22 the club have come up with 75 City Class (meant to be Platinum) tickets to the Melbourne Derby and photos with the Trophies before kickoff. Unfortunately for them the club is not offering to provide dinner for us.
Date: Saturday 19 March 2022
Melbourne City FC (CHAMPIONS) vs Melboure Visitors (the reigning Wooden Spooners)
Location: AAMI Park - Olympic Blvd, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Kickoff is at 7.45pm
Meet at City Square in Gosch's paddock next to AAMI Park at 6.00pm for Trophy Photos. Please take into account the AFL at the MCG finishes around 5pm so there will be increased traffic in the area and parking will be sparse. MCG car park is NOT opened to the public this week. Personaly, I like to park at Clifton Hill Station or Auburn Station and get the Train in for a relaxed commute.
Photo time will go from 6pm till 6.30pm. Otherwise see you inside the stadium.
Tickets will be SMS'd or emailed to attendees on 17/3/22 or latest 18/3/22.
Apologies for all the different date changes which were out of my hands.
Trains: Get off at Richmond Station, Jolimont Station or Flinders St Station and walk down.
On-Street Parking: Metered parking is available around Fitzroy Gardens, the Botanical Gardens, in Richmond and along the Yarra River.