Big Freeze 3 at the ‘G and the annual Queen’s Birthday clash on Seven

On Monday Football it’s the Big Freeze 3 at the ‘G, followed by Melbourne and Collingwood coming off wins as they battle it out in the annual Queen’s Birthday clash.

At 2pm AEST LIVE, much-loved football legend Neale Daniher sends some of our nation’s best sporting heroes down the slide and into the ice pool to raise funds and help find a cure for motor neuron disease.

This year, Lleyton Hewitt, Steve Hooker, Alisa Camplin, Steve Bradbury, Steve Moneghetti, Andrew Gaze, and more to accept in coming days, will be taking the plunge to support the cause which affects thousands of Australians and sees two Aussies diagnosed every day.

The Sydney Swans host the Western Bulldogs at the SCG forThursday Night Football aiming to turn the tables after the Dogs defended their premiership win in Round 2. The Dogs have been steady but a home game for the Swans could be what they need to help them over the line.

During the coverage, we talk to gun midfielder Marcus Bontempelliabout last year’s premiership success, his style of play and the commercial starring Hollywood heavyweight Chris Hemsworth.

The Adelaide Crows will be celebrating 20 years since their 1997 premiership win against St Kilda on Friday Night Football. The Saints will be hoping to spoil the party and break their run of six losses to the Crows.

To celebrate the occasion, the 1997 Adelaide premiership team will be in attendance and we chat to some of them throughout the night. In the pregame we hear from both club coaches, Don Pyke and Alan Richardson live.

Saturday Night Footy heads to Etihad Stadium where Essendon host Port Adelaide. The Power managed to break a losing streak against the Bombers in 2015 and backed it up last year. The Power will be aiming to continue their resurgence while Essendon vie for a crucial win to stay in touch with the top eight.

This week, The Kick looks back at the first half of the year and some unconventional awards are handed out. Our panel also give an update on all things Big Freeze 3.

Ollie Wines is this week’s Discovered feature. Wines has been training to become a pilot and we join him as he takes his first solo flight.

TV Broadcast times:

Thursday 8 June

Sydney Swans v Western Bulldogs
Sydney 7.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 7.00pm LIVE on Channel 7
Brisbane 7.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 6.30pm LIVE on Channel 7
Perth 5.00pm LIVE on 7mate

The Front Bar
Sydney 10.15pm LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 10.15pm LIVE on Channel 7
Brisbane 10.15pm LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 9.45pm LIVE on Channel 7
Perth 10.15pm on 7mate

Friday 9June

Adelaide Crows v St Kilda
Sydney 7.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 7.00pm LIVE on 7mate, 7.30pm LIVE on Channel 7
Brisbane 7.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 6.30pm LIVE on 7mate, 7.00pm LIVE on Channel 7
Perth 5.00pm LIVE on 7mate

Saturday 10 June

Hawthorn v Gold Coast Suns
Brisbane 1.30pm LIVE on 7mate

Brisbane Lions vFremantle
Brisbane 4.30pm LIVE on 7mate

VFL: Casey v Collingwood
Melbourne 2.00pm LIVE on Channel 7

SANFL: Eagles v South Adelaide
Adelaide 2.30pm LIVE on Channel 7

Essendon v Port Adelaide
Sydney 6.30pm LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 6.30pm LIVE on Channel 7
Adelaide 6.00pm LIVE on 7mate, 6.30pm LIVE on Channel 7
Perth 5.20pm LIVE on 7mate

Sunday 11 June

AFL Game Day
Sydney 10.00am LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 10.00am LIVE on Channel 7
Brisbane 10.00am LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 10.00am on Channel 7
Perth 10.00am on Channel 7

Carlton v GWS Giants
Sydney 3.00pm LIVE on 7mate

WAFL: Swan Districts v West Perth
Perth 2.00pm LIVE on Channel 7

Monday 12 June

Melbourne v Collingwood – The Big Freeze at the ‘G
Sydney 2.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Melbourne 2.00pm LIVE on Channel 7
Brisbane 2.00pm LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 1.30pm LIVE on Channel 7
Perth 12.00pm LIVE on Channel 7

Talking Footy
Melbourne 7.30pm LIVE on 7mate
Adelaide 7.30pm on 7mate
Perth 7.30pm on 7mate
Sydney Late night on 7mate
Brisbane Late night on 7mate