March from the Mall | Port Adelaide FC Home Games | Mar – Aug 2014

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The Rundle Mall Authority, the Port Adelaide Football Club and its supporter groups will join forces in 2014 to bring the city to life with the highly anticipated March from the Mall.

Inspired by Port Adelaide’s successful ‘March to the ‘G’ concept, where supporters gathered in Melbourne’s Federation Square to walk to the MCG when the Power played there in 2013, the club has entered into an agreement with the Rundle Mall Management Authority to use the popular shopping precinct as the starting point for each home game march.

The March from the Mall will take place before each home game at Adelaide Oval in 2014, with supporters walking from Rundle Mall en masse to Adelaide Oval, via the new footbridge.

There will be activities and entertainment in Rundle Mall before each match, with the family friendly marches arriving at the ground around an hour before the first bounce.

March from the Mall will bring the city to life with a sea of black, white and teal and will be a great opportunity for supporters to walk as one to the new home of South Australian football and generate the exciting atmosphere the club is renowned for.

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While the club is yet to finalise details for the March from the Mall, the club will shortly update all game day information on the weareportadelaide.com.au membership website including details of supporter and spectator opportunities at the Adelaide Oval in 2014.

For more information visit the Port Adelaide Football Club website.

What:  March from the Mall

When:  Port Adelaide Football Club AFL Home Games

Where:  Rundle Mall to Adelaide Oval

Who:  Port Supporters!

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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