This Saturday the 16th of June, the Norwood Football Club will host their Multicultural Match against the Glenelg Football Club.
In what should be a fantastic match, both sides will be looking for wins after losing last week to both Sturt and Glenelg respectively.
Next Saturday will recognise all of the cultural backgrounds within the Norwood Football Club and it’s community, and there is plenty on offer for fans making their way to the Parade.
The day starts off with the Reserves set to face Glenelg at 11.30am. In what should be a cracking match, the Redlegs Reserves will be looking to notch up another win against Glenelg after defeating them by 17-points in Round 3.
Set up near the main gates there will be Greek cuisine for everyone to enjoy. Bab’s Greek BBQ will be selling traditional greek yiros’ and souvlaki, while we also have a van called the Honey Puff Ladies selling Honey Puffs (Loukoumades) which are an Eastern Mediterranean street food/sweet. They are a bite size, yeast based dough, drizzled in honey syrup.
With the Parade predominately based with Italian cuisine, our guests will be able to try different international food offerings, including traditional pizzas.
At 2.40pm our match with the Glenelg Football Club will commence. Before the match a number of individuals will make the Australian Citizenship Pledge at our own citizenship ceremony.
At halftime of the League Match the crowd will also be treated to a performance from local Greek dancers.
After the League Match our Under 18’s will be in action as three times Magarey Medallist James Allan aims to repel his side up the ladder.
Gates open at 11.00am.
We hope that you enjoy the day – Go the Legs!