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It’s back again for 2019! At every home match this year, Citi will be giving away $1,000 to one lucky winner. Make sure you collect a Citi clap banner before each home match and hold it up at half time for your chance to win. 

During 2019, QBE will be celebrating all those who make up the Fabric of the Swans through a number of exciting activities. 

There’s a big group of people who make the Sydney Swans who they are, including the players, the fans, the volunteers and the QBE Swans Academy participants. As principal partners of the Sydney Swans for more than three decades, QBE are very much a part of this dedicated group of supporters.

Visit our QBE area at Driver Avenue outside the SCG before each Sydney Swans with your favourite piece of Swans merchandise and QBE will add a little something special to ‘brighten’ up your gameday experience. This game QBE will be incorporating a Marn Grook stencil to their Flash Fabric

Visit QBE's SCG activation unit today for an incredible experience.

As we get set to see the Sydney Swans take on Collingwood, you can feel the excitement growing. 

Throughout 2019 you will be able to test your skills with the Volkswagen Handball Challenge where you can handball through a moving tyre into the boot of a Volkswagen.

The fans favourite, Volkswagen Club Song Car, returns giving you the chance to jump in the back seat of a Volkswagen Tiguan, record your version of Cheer Cheer and share it with your friends on social media.  Make sure you also keep an eye on the big screen as we’ll be showing some of our favorite renditions at half time during select games!

At every home match this season Volkswagen is again offering free parking to Volkswagen owners. Make sure you arrive early to claim one of 40 complimentary spaces available in EP3 located on Driver Avenue.

The Swans Face Painters are back and ready to get you in the red and white spirit. You can find the two face painting stations in the following locations: 

Outside the stadium in the Volkswagen Fan Zone - 4:50pm to 7:50pm.

Noble Atrium in MA Noble Stand - 5:50pm to 8:50pm. 

Make sure you arrive early to take advantage of all the fun activities happening on Driver Avenue outside the SCG before the match. 

Test your skills on the Jump Bump Thump and Big Kick inflatables and then visit the team at the Sydney Swans Fan Zone, presented by McCafe to try your luck at the Citi Spin to Win wheel where you can win heaps of prizes including memberships, ticket upgrades, signed merchandise and McCafe give aways.

All activities are open from gates opening to the first bounce. 

Nature’s Way will be out on Driver Avenue with the Vertical Jump Challenge. 

Join the Challenge, get your Sam Reid’s card and grab a sample of Nature’s Way Super Greens, Greens+Reds as well as some kombucha.  

Bupa will be out on Driver Avenue with a handball skills challenge and providing fans with a chance to win a selection of prizes, including $50 Bupa optical vouchers!

To participate, open the Sydney Swans app and find the Guess the Crowd tile. Enter how many people you think will be at the next Sydney Swans match. The closest guess scores $200 thanks to Get Credit Score. Look out for the details in the app and on the big screen at home matches. 

Arrive at the venue early and catch up on that latest that’s out and about out on Driver Avenue before making your way inside the venue for the latest news about Swans players and the Club, with Swans TV hosted by Matt de Groot and Lucy Polkinghorne! 

See yourself on the big screen shaking your tail feather on Cyggy’s Dance Cam or be in the chance to win $1000 thanks to Citi! Keep your eye on the big screen at half time! 

Internationally acclaimed, contemporary Aboriginal artist Danielle Mate Sullivan is one of Australia's best. She is a proud Aboriginal woman, who is a descendant of the Murrawari through her Mother’s maternal side and Euahlayi through her Mother’s paternal grandmother and was encouraged by her art teachers to explore her Aboriginal art style.

Danielle describes her artwork as being inspired by where she is from, where she has been, and where she is at in her current belonging.  She is inspired to broaden other people's exposure and experiences with contemporary Aboriginal art. 

Danielle will be showing off some of her amazing artworks on Driver Ave so be sure to come down and have a look!