City and KS Foundation to build a Sensory Room at AAMI Park ahead of double header with Brisbane


Melbourne City FC has teamed up with the KS Foundation to build a Sensory Room at AAMI Park on Sunday 1 March for children with autism and their families to enjoy a quiet space during our double header with Brisbane Roar.

Don’t miss our blockbuster double header with Brisbane Roar! 

Football matches can often overload the senses and the innovative Sensory Room creates a safe, inclusive and friendly environment, to retreat into and still have a comfortable place to fall in love with the game.

Following on from successful trials at Newcastle Jets, the room is open to Melbourne City members and fans with an autistic child.

If you would like to experience the room at our double header on Sunday 1 March, where both our W-League and A-League sides will host Brisbane Roar, please register at the link below. Numbers are limited and will be on a “first come, first served” basis.

Click here to register!