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Sunday's VFL final: All you need to know

VFL captain Jack Hellier leads his Magpies out onto Victoria Park ahead of their win over Frankston in round 20. Photo: Luke Henry. - Collingwood,Collingwood Magpies
VFL captain Jack Hellier leads his Magpies out onto Victoria Park ahead of their win over Frankston in round 20. Photo: Luke Henry.

Collingwood meets Essendon in a VFL Elimination Final from 2.10pm on Sunday at Port Melbourne's North Port Oval.

If you’re keen to join us at Port Melbourne to watch the match, make sure you pre-book your tickets to avoid any possible queues on game day.

Click here to pre-book your tickets to Collingwood’s clash with Essendon now.

VFL Elimination Final Ticket Prices
Adults: $15
Concession / pensioners: $10
Kids under 15: FREE

Collingwood v Essendon
VFL First Elimination Final
Sunday 2 September
North Port Oval, Port Melbourne, 2.10pm

Collingwood
B: Flynn Appleby, Tyson Goldsack, Jack Madgen
HB: Matt Smith, Marty Hore, Tyler Brown
C: Adam Oxley, Jack Hellier, Alex Woodward
HF: Josh Daicos, Sam McLarty, Jarryd Blair
F: Ben Crocker, Alex Fasolo, Josh Smith
R: Max Lynch, Callum Brown, Rupert Wills
Int from: Sean Hetherington, Callan Wellings, Stephen Tahana, Andrew Gallucci, Nick Sing, Gus Borthwick, Lachlan Tardrew, Michael Chippendale
23rdplayer: Tom Jok

Can't make it to the match?
Sunday's Elimination Final will be broadcast live around Victoria on Channel Seven. Coverage will begin at 2pm.

Supporters can also view the match in the 7plus App
. For further information, please click here.

If you can't make it to a TV or a smart phone screen, you can listen to the match from 1pm on SEN.com.au, SEN APP or through 1116am on your dial.

Where is North Port Oval?
Located on Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne (3207), the ground is bound by Williamstown Road and Ingles Street.

Public Transport users are encouraged to catch the 109 Box Hill-Port Melbourne tram which runs nearby the ground.



Where it all began: The VFL Magpies celebrate their win over the Northern Blues back in round one. Photo: Shane Barrie.