From 2pm on Sunday 30 September, the Eagles’ home crowd is expected to descend on the eastern side of the park to welcome the boys home.
“Win, lose or draw, we are delighted to support the West Coast Eagles – the first AFL team to come out of this state,” City of Perth Chair Commissioner Eric Lumsden said.
Following entertainment by local Western Australian musicians, the team will be welcomed on stage with official proceedings.
The Northbridge Piazza and Perth Cultural Centre screens will also live stream the welcome home event, providing an even greater opportunity for Western Australians to support the team throughout the city.
In the days leading up to the AFL Grand Final, significant City of Perth landmarks will be lit up in blue and gold to show support for the West Coast Eagles.
Council House, Trafalgar Bridge, Matagarup Bridge, The Bell Tower, Yagan Square, Optus Stadium and Elizabeth Quay are just some of the landmarks to be lit up.
The AFL Grand Final will also be screened at the Northbridge Piazza, with bean bags placed out for the public.
West Coast Eagles Welcome Home
Sunday 30 September | Langley Park, Eastern Side
Grounds open 12pm, with official proceedings running from 2 to 4pm
A media riser will face the stage.
Media accreditation is available upon request via West Coast Eagles.
To access the park in a vehicle, please send through vehicle registration details to City of Perth by midday Thursday and access information will be provided.
Contact details for each are below.
West Coast Eagles Media: Gary Stocks, General Manager – Communications, 0412 144 588, email@example.com
City of Perth Media: Brooke Hunter, Corporate Communications Officer, 0448 610 834, firstname.lastname@example.org