Northern NSW Football and Zones Committed to #FootballForFires

February 18th, 2020

Northern NSW Football and its Member Zones throughout Northern NSW have united and committed to #FootballForFires Round on the weekend of 23/24 May 2020.

Clubs throughout Northern NSW will be encouraged to implement local activities which raise money for the restoration and improvement of local football clubs and facilities in fire-affected areas nationwide.

Football supporters around the world will also be able to donate to the relief, recovery and rebuild efforts in our communities through the Australian Red Cross, and local donations can be made to the NSW Rural Fire Service and NSW SES Volunteers Association.

Additionally, Northern NSW Football and Newcastle Jets have partnered with Sid Fogg’s Coaches to provide heavily subsidised transport to members of the local football community attending the Football for Fires blockbuster bushfire relief match at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium on Saturday 23 May 2020.  This match will raise funds and honour thousands of brave volunteer firefighters and State Emergency Service personnel.

#FootballForFires Transport Details

Sid Fogg’s Coaches will depart from and return to McDonald Jones Stadium, where parking will be available free-of-charge.

Date:              Saturday 23 May 2020

Departure:    Coaches will depart McDonald Jones Stadium at 2pm sharp

Return:          Coaches will leave ANZ Stadium 30 minutes after the completion of the match and return to McDonald Jones Stadium.

Parking:        Available free-of-charge at McDonald Jones Stadium

Cost:              $10 per seat on the coach (to Sydney and Return) . Click here to book your seat.

Please note that a seat on the coach does not include a ticket to the match which must be purchased separately from Ticketek. Adult tickets start from just $29 and family tickets from $59.




Related Topics:
#FootballFor Fires Bus Fundraiser Jets

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