Bulldogs head back to Belmore for Indigenous Round

The Bulldogs will head back to their spiritual home of Belmore for Indigenous Round, in what promises to be a great day that will include a trip down Memory Lane.

Sunday 26 May (2pm), will be the date when the much vaunted Melbourne Storm arrive to play on a ground that has seen so many Bulldogs triumphs in the past and has given fans so many great memories.

This match has become part of the Bulldogs narrative with many superb matches having taken place at a ground that has been synonymous with history.

This year’s match has special significance as it will feature the return of members of the 1980 and 2004 Premiership winning sides in honour of Steve Folkes who played in the 1980 side and coached the 2004 side. Each team will do a lap of honour of the ground.

In addition there will be a festival feel to the day with :

  • A Family Fun Zone featuring an obstacle course, pass the football, a balloon artist, fairy floss and a Kindi Farm and
  • A half time Dance Spectacular featuring over 1500 local children

To mark Indigenous Round there will be a special Indigenous Menu provided by club sponsor M and J Chickens, in addition to an Indigenous Ceremony to honour the day.

And as part of our Health and Wellness initiatives we have worked with BreastScreen NSW to relocate the screening truck to Belmore Sports Ground.

The truck will be at Belmore on Saturday 25th May and Sunday 26th May.

After the match there will be a chance to further celebrate the day with a Post-Match function at Canterbury League Club between 5 and 6 pm which will be attended by members of both Premiership winning teams.

Key Timings for the day are :
Gates Open – 11am
FAMILY FUN ZONE – 11am to 2pm