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Belmore to bring a festival like atmosphere on Sunday

For the first time since 2019, the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs will this Sunday (2:00PM AEST), welcome fans back to Belmore to take on local rivals, the St George Illawarra Dragons.

The game itself has received a lot of support from sponsors and partners with a number of food stalls such as the Franky & Co Doughnut stand, King Carlos Coffee, M&J Chickens Food Truck and other activations in the precinct.

Thanks also to Investment NSW, the club has been provided with a grant to assist in the funding of various activities, to help showcase the history and heritage of Belmore Sports Ground, whilst engaging with the local community.

Members and fans will be able to enjoy the fun of the Family Fun Zone located outside Gate A in Terry Lamb Reserve, which will host various Indigenous art and cultural activities thanks to the Kari Foundation from 11:15am, as well as a number of activities such as a Jumping Castle, Rocking Ball Ride and an Inflatable Obstacle Course that will be made available during our family extravaganza!

Our return to Belmore will also see the display of a Big Screen which will allow fans to see all the action and replays during the game. If you see yourself on the Screen, don’t be afraid to post a pic and use the hashtag #proudtobeabulldog

At full time, we invite you to listen to your favourite Classic Footy Songs during our Live-Band Post-Match Performance from 4:15pm, whilst being able to enter the field of play when it has cleared and we give the all clear.  At the conclusion of the festivities head up to Belmore’s newest restaurant, Mezze Lounge, for some further live entertainment and food or finish up at the Canterbury League Club where the atmosphere will be electric.

Our return to Belmore is not an event you want to miss out on, so secure your seats now! Tickets to this Indigenous Round Derby brought to you by 13YARN have almost sold out, so get in quick before it’s too late!

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.