St Kilda Football Club will give fans never-before-seen access amidst the most dire crisis the league has ever faced with its landmark documentary, The March.
The four-part series will chronicle the fallout from the AFL’s shutdown in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and how the red, white and black has soldiered on through unprecedented hardship.
Our hearts have been broken, our resilience has been tested and our very existence has been threatened.
But knocked down, we rise and rise again.
The March will feature exclusive inner sanctum footage and interviews from St Kilda players, coaches and football staff in the events leading up to and during the two months of isolation, as well as the journey back.
Episode One: Before will air on Sunday evening, detailing the club’s return to footy at Moorabbin, its optimistic off-season following the tragic loss of Danny Frawley and the sudden postponement of the 2020 Season an hour after the club’s Round 1 loss to North Melbourne.
New episodes of The March will be released weekly on saints.com.au, as well as the club’s official social media channels.