To celebrate the AFL Grand Final returning to its traditional home of Melbourne this year, Toyota Australia is giving one lucky winner two reserved seat tickets to the big match. 

The Toyota AFL Grand Final will be held at the iconic MCG on Saturday, September 24th, but the buildup starts days before.

At the official AFL live site in Yarra Park, fans can visit the Toyota Good for Footy Club House to try and get their hands on some prized Grand Final tickets.

If you fancy those two reserved tickets, simply head down between Wednesday, September 21st and Friday, September 23rd and tell Toyota your favourite Grand Final memory. You’ll also need to follow Toyota’s Instagram but with handy QR codes dotted around the Toyota live site area, this should be a breeze. And then be at the ready on Saturday morning because that’s when the winner will be announced.

The Toyota Good for Footy Club House will showcase the stories of some of Australia’s best local footy clubs, and will also host special appearances from AFL and AFLW stars, including Marcus Bontempelli, Tayla Harrus, Brodie Grundy, and Zach Merrett.

Fans can grab a classic sausage sizzle for just $2, with all proceeds going to the Ladder Foundation, a charity that supports young people to improve in key domains including community connection, health and wellbeing, independent living skills and education, employment, and training.

Fans can test their strength on the Clubhouse Bounce, while there will also be the chance to grab signed merchandise.

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A massive lineup of stars are set to play this year’s Grand Final, including G Flip, The Temper Trap, and Robbie Williams. While on The Fox 101.9 breakfast show Fifi, Fev & Nick, Williams discussed his excitement about the upcoming performance.

Robbie revealed that he’ll be singing a song that isn’t his during his 19-minute set, although he kept quiet about what song it would be. He also told the hosts that he’s a Carlton supporter, which is a shame considering they’re unlikely to make this year’s Grand Final.

The most notable moment came when Robbie called out to former collaborator Kylie Minogue, asking the Aussie pop superstar to join him in two weeks’ time.

“I need to ask her, maybe I should do that on this radio show right here, right now,” he said. “Kylie, please come and sing with me. I’d love it if you did.”

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