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City of Casey

The Melbourne Football Club and the City of Casey partnership was formalised on 3 June 2009 with the signing of a 30 year agreement.

The Melbourne Football Club is committed to building relationships throughout the entire City of Casey – from Narre Warren and Berwick, to Cranbourne and Pearcedale – via our community programs, Casey Fields training and administration campus and our affiliate team, Casey Scorpions.  

As a club, we are particularly proud of our contribution to the City of Casey community.

We recognise the importance of giving back to the community and understand our role within it. Now in its fifth year, the City of Casey and Melbourne Football Club partnership continues to grow, evolve and engage the community providing meaningful programs and experiences.

The partnership focuses on five key pillars; education, multicultural, women, business and grassroots football and is supported by local of local government, corporate and not-for-profit agencies.

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Up and coming events in the City of Casey

Read Like a Demon program
The industry leading Read Like a Demon (RLAD) program will again be facilitated in primary schools across Australia and the City of Casey, commencing in term two.

The Club is passionate about children achieving success in reading, spelling and writing, and it is for this reason that we have developed the RLAD program for primary school children.

Read Like a Demon Ambassador Colin Garland and teammates will regularly visit schools in the City of Casey to run workshops and encourage participants to develop a positive relationship with literacy.