Richmond's VWFL team will be back in action against Essendon in an Indigenous game this Sunday, when the Robert Rose Foundation VWFL competition resumes after an extended layoff.

The Tigers will be wearing Dreamtime training tops for the warm-up, before facing the Bombers from 1.00pm at the Boroondara Sports Complex for the final round of the competition prior to finals.

The 2021 VWFL finals campaign will then take place across the following two weekends, with the Grand Final locked in for Sunday, November 28.

Spectators will be permitted to attend games, in compliance with the Boroondara Sports Complex's COVID safe policy based on State Government requirements and restrictions, which all staff, spectators and players will be required to follow at the venue:

Contact Tracing:

- All patrons are expected to scan in via a QR code upon entry of the facilities.

Vaccination Status:

- In line with Victorian Government health advice entry to the facilities will only be permitted for fully vaccinated patrons or those with a valid medical exemption. Currently, those under 16 years old do not need to be vaccinated to enter.  

- Proof of vaccination (COVID-19 digital certificate) will be required upon entry. We strongly encourage you to link your vaccination certificate with the Services Victoria app prior to visiting. Find out how to get your COVID-19 digital certificate.  

- Proof of vaccination will only be accepted via myGov documentation only. This includes COVID-19 Digital Certificate, COVID-19 Digital Wallet or Immunisation History Statement.

- Proof of medical exemption will need to be presented to gain entry.

For more information, visit the Boroondara Sports Complex's website.

All remaining matches of this year's VWFL season will be livestreamed through the Victorian Wheelchair Football League Facebook Page, courtesy of Red Onion.