Premiers Plate holders Sydney FC are lining up an Easter Day of family fun at their final home Hyundai A-League game against Perth Glory at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Thursday 18th April.
Sydney FC are lining up an Easter Day of family fun at their final home Hyundai A-League game against Perth Glory at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Thursday 18th April.
Sydney FC are seeking three points on the pitch, and the exciting showdown will provide the climax of an extensive evening of entertainment for young fans.
Thanks to Sydney FC’s partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, the club will screen the family movie “The Kid Who Will Be King” on the screen from 5.10pm to start the fun.
Gates open for the screening at 5pm and the first 1,000 children to enter will receive Knights Helmets masks. King Arthur’s magician Merlin will also be on hand to amaze kids with magic tricks.
Chocolate loving junior supporters can join King Arthur’s Quest for the Holy Grail in our Easter Egg hunt ahead of the match.
The game between Sydney FC and Perth Glory kicks off at 7:50pm.
“The Kid Who Will Be King is an exciting adventure for young supporters, and the lead character Alex’s determination to succeed when the odds are against him through teamwork, are aligned with the values we share as a football club,” said Chief Executive Officer Danny Townsend.
“The film is part of a great evening of family entertainment during the Easter period.
“The opportunity to watch the two top teams in the Hyundai A-League play after taking part in an Easter Egg hunt and watching a thrilling movie with free public transport included provides exceptional value.”
Kristen McGrath Associate Director of Publicity from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment added: “We are pleased to be working with Sydney FC again on the Home Entertainment release of ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’. Our partnership allows us to engage with families over the Easter weekend through a move that turns the King Arthur legend into a modern-day family epic.”
Family tickets are available from just $67* at Ticketek for families of four, and all tickets include free public transport to and from the venue on the day.
‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ is available on DVD & Digital from April 24th.
*Booking fees may apply.