For the first time this season the Kangaroos play back-to-back games at Marvel Stadium.
Last weekend the club welcomed the undefeated Demons to its home deck, this week it returns as the away side to take on a high-flying St Kilda.
After impressing with the competitiveness shown against the reigning premiers, the Kangaroos will be hoping to build on the first three quarters of last week's performance.
Whether you're making your way to Marvel or you're watching from your couch, make sure you're prepared with this week's gameday guide.
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Sunday, May 29
St Kilda v North Melbourne at Marvel Stadium, 1.10pm AEST
Melbourne entered last week's clash as overwhelming favourites and while they did emerge victorious, it was the Kangaroos who were equally impressive for much of the contest.
Classified as rank outsiders heading into the game, North closed the margin to within 10 points midway through the third term, but the reigning premiers proved too strong and experienced in the final quarter - the impression made by this young Roos side was a strong one though.
St Kilda will offer another firm test for this emerging side. Currently sitting fifth on the ladder they've surpassed all pre-season expectation by placing themselves amongst the top sides in the competition.
Led by the irresistible Max King - who currently sits third in the Coleman Medal race with 29 goals - the Saints will be looking to keep in touch with the top four with a victory.
Get your ticket to Marvel Stadium
Although it's a North away fixture, we want as many fans as possible at Marvel to cheer the boys on against some stiff opposition. Get behind the Kangaroos as they look to build on the season so far.
It is a member replacement game, so reserved seat and social club members can use their barcode in the NMFC App (found under access my member card > Round 11 > ticket details) to redeem a seat on Level 1.
All other members can scan in using their mobile membership card and sit anywhere in general admission seating.
Be part of history as we target 50k members in 2022
The North Melbourne Kangaroos have reached a new membership record of 46,401 so far in 2022, surpassing the club’s previous record of 46,357, set only last year.
With the continued support of members and fans, the club’s 50,000 membership target is within reach for the first time in its 153-year history.
Joining up as a member is a great way to support not only the AFL team, but the entire football club.
Watch on TV or stream on your device
The game will be broadcast live for Foxtel and Kayo Sports subscribers.
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Bring on the big game!