Ever wanted to dunk Kevin Sheedy?
Well, the time has come, with the Bombers legend set to enter the Fujitsu Dunk Tank at the club's Family Day on Saturday.
For $5 per handball, you'll have the chance to send 'Sheeds' - plus a few of your favourite Bombers - into a pool of water.
If you're successful, Fujitsu will donate $10 for every dunk to Wildlife Victoria and the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund in support of bushfire relief.
Family Day will begin at 10am on Saturday at the Melbourne Showgrounds, featuring player signing sessions, face paintings, show rides, merchandise outlets and so much more.
The club’s membership team will also be on-site to help anyone become a Mighty Bomber member for the 2020 season if they haven’t already.
Family Day details
Date: Saturday, February 1
Venue: Grand Pavilion, Melbourne Showgrounds
Entry: Gold coin donation upon entry with profits being donated to EFC’s community programs.
How to get to Family Day
Arriving by car
Enter via Gate 5 on Langs Road, Ascot Vale. Parking is $15 on-site.
Arriving by bus
Bus No. 472 (Williamstown to Moonee Ponds) stops along Langs Road.
Bus No. 404 (Footscray to Moonee Ponds) stops on the corner of Epsom and Ascot Vale Roads. Enter via Gate 5 on Epsom Road, Ascot Vale.
Arriving by tram
Route 57 tram (West Maribyrnong to Elizabeth Street, City), stops at stop 32 (Showgrounds Village Shopping Centre on Epsom Road). Enter via Gate 5 on Epsom Road, Ascot Vale.
Arriving by train
Take the Craigieburn line to Newmarket Station, then catch tram No. 57 away from the city to Showgrounds Village Shopping Centre (stop 32) on Epsom Road. Gate 5 is a short walk from this tram stop.
- Show rides
- Face painting
- Player signings
- Kids skills sessions
- Food trucks
- Sponsor activations