The Grand Final Breakfast
Colonial Stadium, 8.30 - 11.30am, Saturday 28 September 2002
This year, the Grand Final Breakfast will be televised by Channel Ten
and will be held in front of a captivated audience under the roof at Colonial
Stadium. This exciting new venue will ensure that the 2002 Grand Final
Breakfast will be a feast of entertainment that's bigger, brighter and
better than ever before.
If you’ve been before, you won’t want to miss out on The
Grand Final Breakfast. If you’ve never been, make 2002 your first
- it’s an event not to be missed.
Tickets are available in three categories: Corporate (inclusive of Grand Final
tickets and signage), Gold and General.
General tickets provide admission to the Grand Final Breakfast General
Reserve Table as well as post-breakfast refreshments.
General Tickets $225 per head.
Gold Tickets provide admission to the Grand Final Breakfast Gold Reserve
Table & post-breakfast refreshments. Includes table signage (bookings
of 10), room signage and menu acknowledgement.
Gold Tickets $350 per head.
Corporate Tickets include a Grand Final ticket, admission to the Grand
Final Breakfast Corporate Reserve Table and post-breakfast refreshments.
The package also includes table signage (bookings of 10), a backdrop to
the head table, room signage & menu acknowledgement.
$12,000 per Corporate Table of 10
$14,000 per Corporate Table of 12
$1,250 Individual Corporate Tickets
For booking details, refer to the order form
or contact the Kangaroos Marketing Department on (03) 9348 9700
The famous Grand Final Breakfast was started by the Kangaroos almost 40 years
ago and is the traditional pre-match extravaganza on AFL Grand Final morning.
The Grand Final Breakfast continues to be the social highlight of our
sporting calendar ……without dispute, the most important sporting
event of the year.
As the official commencement of Grand Final day, The Grand Final Breakfast
is regarded as an Australian institution.
Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke described the event as
“one of this nation’s great traditions”.
Paul Keating referred to the function as
“a tradition in itself”
Prime Minister John Howard described it as
“a tremendous institution …. and the most eclectic
gathering of people you could possibly imagine”.
Where else in Australia would you find such an impressive list of VIP
guests - a line-up that reads like a ‘who’s who’ of
Australian business, sport, entertainment and politics? They're all there
for one thing - the famous Grand Final Breakfast.