Reds visit Women’s and Children’s Hospital for Footy Colours Day


Players from Adelaide United’s Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League squads visited the Women’s and Children’s Hospital on Monday as part of Fight Cancer Foundation’s Footy Colours Day initiative.

Footy Colours Day is a national fundraising campaign held during the month of September and aimed at raising funds for kids with cancers.

Participants are encouraged to wear their favourite team’s colours and host an event at their school, organisation, group or club.

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Reds Captain, Isaías, Mirko Boland, Paul Izzo, Kristin Konstandopoulos, Georgia Campagnale, and Chelsie Dawber joined the Hospital School in a learning session, meeting kids and spreading some cheer.

They gave out Adelaide United scarfs and signed team posters as well as partake in some arts and crafts activities and other football games.

The players then headed to the oncology ward to visit the kids who were unable to attend the classroom session.

Get involved and register your Footy Colours Day event or simply donate to the Fight Cancer Foundation here.