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Saturday 22 Jun 2024

19:30 Local Time

09:30 Your Time

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The Melbourne Football Club, also known as the Melbourne Demons, is a professional Australian Rules Football team based in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1858, they are one of the oldest and most successful clubs in the Australian Football League (AFL). The team has won a total of 12 premierships, with the most recent being in 1964. Their home ground is the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground, which can hold over 100,000 passionate fans. The current team is led by co-captains Max Gawn and Jack Viney, and other notable players include Clayton Oliver, Christian Petracca, and Steven May. Melbourne also has a strong history of producing award-winning players, with legends such as Ron Barassi, Gary Ablett Sr, and Garry North Melbourne3 all playing for the club. With a strong fanbase and a rich history, the Melbourne Football Club continues to be a dominant force in the North Melbourne4.

North Melbourne is a highly competitive and successful Australian Rules Football team based in the city of Melbourne, Australia. The team is known for its dynamic playing style and impressive resume in various competitions. Founded in 1869, North Melbourne has won a total of four championships in the Australian Football League (AFL) and is the only club in the league to have never relocated from its original location. The club has produced many talented players, including four Brownlow Medal winners, and has consistently made it to the finals in recent years. Their home ground is the iconic Marvel Stadium, which has a seating capacity of over 53,000 spectators. The team is currently led by their captain Jack Ziebell and coached by David Noble, making them a formidable force in the North Melbourne4.

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