Reclink Community Cup

Sunday 24 June 2018

Image: Tony Proudfoot Photography

The Reclink Community Cup is a national charity fundraising event like no other, combining home grown music & performance, Australian rules footy, family and food trucks to create an iconic event across seven cities in Australia.

Supported by radio, music, sport and arts sectors, the Reclink Community Cup brings together radio and media industry personalities to form the Megahertz football team and highly acclaimed musicians Paul Kelly, Tim Rogers and Dan Sultan who lead a star-studded line-up of top musicians to form the Rockdogs football team.

Having commenced in Melbourne 24 years ago, the Reclink Community Cup is now a national annual event held in Hobart, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane , Canberra and Adelaide attracting over 23,000 spectators, 16,000+ social media followers and over 15 radio, print and TV media partners Australia-wide. Our Melbourne event is expected to attract between 12,000 & 14,000 spectators.

The Reclink Community Cup has established a strong community following which is evident from the outstanding support received from some of Australia’s best known celebrities and musicians including Lee Lin Chin (SBS), Rob ‘Millsy’ Mills, Waleed Aly, Paul Kelly, Dan Sultan, Courtney Barnett, Jen Cloher and Bob Murphy (Western Bulldogs).


  • Please do not drive to this event unless completely necessary i.e. those with mobility issues. Parking enforcement officers will be on patrol to prevent illegal parking. Lulie Street will be closed to cars and there will be reduced parking spaces.
  • Cycling to the event is encouraged. There will be additional bicycle parking available at the corner of Bath and Turner streets.
  • Traveling by public transport is encouraged. Victoria Park is the closest railway station and there are many bus routes that stop near the venue on Hoddle Street and Johnston Street.


More information:

Reclink Community Cup

View photos of the 2017 Reclink Community Cup. 



Victoria Park


Date and time:
Sunday 24 June 2018

Abbot Street & Lulie Street