From football to cricket, rugby and tennis, there’s no excuse to sit on the couch this summer.
The City of Casey has a suite of sporting activities happening throughout February and March and we would love to see our community head along.
In Casey, we boast some of the best sport and leisure facilities, meaning there are always opportunities for our residents to keep fit, healthy and active, and remain connected.
Council’s major partnership with the Melbourne Football Club means we have local footy games, kid’s clinics and family fun nights on the calendar.
To find out what’s coming up, including two AFLW matches at Casey Fields in February and March and, a huge family fun night at Bunjil Place, visit the City of Casey and MFC partnership page.
Keeping in theme with football, a huge festival of rugby league will be held at Casey Fields on Saturday 29 February, culminating in the Melbourne Storm’s final pre-season game when they face the North Queensland Cowboys.
Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you join us at Casey Fields from 2.30 pm for what’s shaping up to be a HUGE day!
Check out our website for further details.
Also happening right throughout February is Tennis Victoria’s state-wide Open Court campaign, which is aimed at encouraging people who might have never picked up a racquet before to head down to their local court.
The City of Casey is thrilled to have 10 local clubs participating, meaning you can head down to any of these, on designated days, for FREE, with all equipment supplied and just have a friendly hit!
Check out our website to find out what local tennis centres are taking part.
If that’s not enough to keep you busy, the City of Casey is also offering FREE bus services to transport residents to Junction Oval on Saturday 29 February for the International Cricket Council’s T20 World Cup.