2018 NAB AFL Women's Competition Round 4 - Brisbane Lions versus Fremantle

Brendale, Moreton Bay Area

24 February 2018 - 

Free Entry

In 2018 they chase the dream, they break through barriers and they dare to create their future in Aussie Rules. Don’t miss the NAB AFL Women’s Competition when it returns across the country from 2 February to 24 March. See the best talent across eight legendary AFL teams you may know – Adelaide Crows, Brisbane Lions, Carlton, Collingwood, Fremantle, GWS Giants, Melbourne and Western Bulldogs.

For a great day out for the whole family, make sure you don't miss this opportunity to see the Brisbane Lions take on Fremantle at South Pine Sports Complex in Queensland.

No tickets, free entry! Show up with your friends and family, bring the passion, BYO snacks or pick up some food and beverage favourites to purchase and see what happens when women’s football ignites all over again this summer. Plenty of entertainment at grounds, open areas or shaded, and activities for the kids – we promise to bring you the best highlight this summer.

Visit their website for more information on how to plan your visit, where to park and public transport details. You will also find great info on the teams, players, scores and the journey of AFLW.

Event Dates

This event occurs once only on:
24 February 2018

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park

Event Venues


South Pine Sports Complex
Address:
Cribb Road
Brendale
Queensland, Australia 4500

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

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