Adelaide United spent the day in the Darwin preparing for the game and making a few community visits.
During the morning, Dylan McGowan and George Mells answered questions from the students at Wanguri Primary School and then they both showed of their skills.
Bruce Djite and Iacopo La Rocca went to Nakara Primary School. They spoke to over 100 passionate football fans and spoke about multicultural differences in the sport.
Following lunch, Osama Malik, Craig Goodwin, Pablo Sanchez, Sergio Cirio and Michael Marrone, all went the Royal Darwin Hospital where they visited patients in the Pediatric Ward and gave merchandise to the children.
Once the visits were completed, the entire team had a solid session on the Darwin Football Stadium in preparation for tomorrow night’s clash against Melbourne City (Kick-off 7:00pm ACST).
The team were also visited by families from the Childhood Cancer Association where Eugene Galekovic is a proud ambassador.
Adelaide United take on Melbourne City at the Darwin Football Stadium on Saturday night. Kick-off at 7pm. Tickets are on sale at the Darwin Entertainment Centre or at the gate.