Just one week remains until Richmond arrives in the regional Victorian communities of Albury-Wodonga to commence the Club’s annual AFL Community Camp.

To kick off proceedings, a group of players will travel to the Victorian border on Monday, February 25 for a two-day camp. 

MEMBERSHIP The Hunt Continues in 2019; join as a member today

While in town, the Tigers will visit up to 12 local primary schools, local junior football clubs, the Albury-Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service, and hold an open training session at Martin Park, Wodonga for fans to attend.

The open training session will be from 9:45am on Tuesday, February 26, with mascot appearances, giveaways and player signings after the session.

Later that week, a squad of Tigers will descend upon Shepparton for three days from Friday, March 1 to engage in community activities ahead of the Club’s first JLT Challenge match against Melbourne in Shepparton on Sunday, March 3.

Fans can meet their Tiger heroes at the Maude Street Mall from 3.30pm-5.30pm on Friday, March 1 with player signings, Q&A sessions, giveaways, mascot appearances and kids’ activities available.

The Club will hold an open training session at 10am on Saturday morning at Deakin Reserve. Fans are encouraged to attend, with player signings and Richmond merchandise available.

The players will also attend a lunch function hosted by AFL Goulburn Murray at Shepparton Football Netball Club on Saturday, March 2. The function will include a two-course meal, player interviews, auctions, and giveaways.

While in the region, the players will also engage with GV Health, AFL Goulburn Murray Football Academy which includes participants from Richmond’s Next Generation Academy. The Club will also attend Rumbalara Football and Netball Club and Academy of Sport and Health Education (ASHE).

The regions are significant to Richmond, with the Club’s Next Generation Academy zone covering both areas, the Club’s wholly-owned subsidiary businesses, Aligned Leisure managing the major health and recreation facilities in Albury-Wodonga, as well as the Richmond Institute of Sport Leadership - delivered in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology - also expanding into the border this year.

View this post on Instagram

We’re ready, 2019.

A post shared by Richmond (@richmond_fc) on

BROWSE Find a 2019 membership package suited to you

Richmond AFL Community Camp Fan Engagement Opportunities:


Open training
Tuesday, February 26
Martin Park, Gordon St, Wodonga
From 9.30am
• Mascot appearances
• Giveaways
• Player Signings
• Membership team
• Merchandise

Signing session
Tuesday, February 26
Wodonga Plaza


Open training
Saturday, March 2
Deakin Reserve, Shepparton (enter via Skene Street only)
From 10.00am
• Mascot appearances
• Giveaways
• Face painting
• Player signings
• Merchandise
• Membership team

Maude Street Mall
Friday, March 1
• Inflatables
• Handball targets
• Playing signings
• Q&As
• Giveaways
• Mascot appearances

Lunch Function
Saturday, March 2
Shepparton Football Netball Club, Harold St Shepparton
$70 ticket includes 2 course meal. Drinks available at bar prices. Player appearances, interviews, auctions and giveaways
Tickets purchased from: aflgoulburnmurray.com.au/tigers-on-the-prowl

JLT Community Series
Richmond v Melbourne
Sunday, March 3, 4.40pm
Deakin Reserve