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Kids go free at Roar v Bulls

Posted: 8am 08 Feb 2021

For the first time in A-League history, the Brisbane Roar will take on the Macarthur Bulls at Moreton Daily Stadium (formerly known as Dolphin Stadium), in what is sure to be a thrilling clash. 

Brisbane Roar fans will have the opportunity to bring the kids along to the game for free, with the club offering two complimentary child tickets per one adult ticket purchased.

Roar are coming into the fixture hot off the back of 4 straight wins, and will be focused on re-joining the Central Coast Mariners at the top of the table.

Saturday afternoon's match saw the Roar brush Melbourne Victory aside in a 5-2 win. Star players Danzaki, Wenszel-Halls and McDonald all contributed to the team's big win, which set Moreton Daily Stadium alight with an electric atmosphere. 

Don't miss the Brisbane Roar v Macarthur Bulls LIVE at Moreton Daily Stadium this Tuesday 9th Feb when kids can go free. Kick off is at 6:35pm, purchase your tickets here.

T&Cs apply, Up to TWO free juniors (4-16 yrs) with a paying adult can attend the match as part of this offer. Offer is valid for Orange sections in the stadium (Eastern & Northern Stands) only. Tickets must be purchased via Ticketek: https://bit.ly/3rpmWdi

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