What a week of sport!
It’s often said that Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia (some may even say the world) and here is the evidence prove it. With live and accessible sport around the city, get some mates together and enjoy the entertainment and atmosphere live sport can bring.
Hyundai A-League – Melbourne City FC v Adelaide United
Friday April 8, 7.40pm, AAMI Park, Melbourne
The final round of the home and away season for the Hyundai A-League sees first placed Melbourne City take on third placed Adelaide United – with only one point between them and finals around the corner, this is sure to be an absolute cracker of a match.
Hyundai A-League – Melbourne Victory v Brisbane Roar FC
Saturday April 9, 7.30pm, AAMI Park, Melbourne
Melbourne Victory play Brisbane Roar FC in the final round of the Hyundai A-League home and away season. Melbourne Victory bring in an unbelievable crowd so get ready for singing and chanting, not to mention some high quality soccer.
AFL – St Kilda v Collingwood
Saturday April 9, 1.45pm, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
Round 3 sees the young up and coming Saints battle the black and white army of Collingwood. The Saints are looking to get a win on the board for the first time this season. While you’re at it you can also check out the National Sports Museum at the MCG.
AFL – Western Bulldogs v Hawthorn
Sunday April 10, 3.20pm, Etihad Stadium, Docklands
The high-flying reigning premiers from 2015 take on the slick and skilful Bulldogs. In what is sure to be a high-scoring and exciting match, can the Bulldogs make it three wins in a row?
NRL – Melbourne Storm v Canterbury Bulldogs
Monday April 11, 7pm, AAMI Park Melbourne
It’s round 6 already in the National Rugby League. Watch Melbourne’s only NRL team take on the Canterbury Bulldogs. This is a must win for both teams; get down and be part of the fast-paced action.
Super Rugby – Melbourne Rebels v Hurricanes
Friday April 15, 7.30pm, AAMI Park, Melbourne
Round 8 of the 2016 SANZAR Super Rugby season sees the Melbourne Rebels clash with the Hurricanes from New Zealand. With some of New Zealand’s star 2015 All Black players coming to Melbourne will the Rebels up to it?
ANZ Championship – Melbourne Vixens v Firebirds
Saturday 16 April, 5pm, Hisense Arena, Melbourne
The 2016 ANZ Netball Championships is heating up. Watch the Melbourne Vixens play the Queensland Firebirds. Quick, skilful and high-scoring this is the best netball league in the world.