Can’t get enough of your Melbourne Knights? Well neither can we, so in a club first join us every Monday night for a weekly radio show dedicated solely to the Melbourne Knights Football Club.
With the inaugural broadcast slated for Monday the 4th of February, the Knight Train, hosted by Anthony Smolic and Robert Spoljar, will air every Monday at 8pm. Tune in for the latest club news across the mens, womens and juniors leagues, competitions, giveaways, talkback, general NPL news, interviews, trips down memory lane and light-hearted football banter while we celebrate everything that is the Melbourne Knights Football Club.
Here’s how it will work Knights fans. FNR is an online streaming radio channel, so to tune in you will need an internet connection and either the official FNR app which can be downloaded onto your smart device from the Apple App Store or Google Play or visit the FNR website at www.footballnationradio.com.
Once we’re on the air every Monday at 8pm, you can be a part of the conversation and make your voice heard via our official Knight Train twitter account (@KnightTrainFNR) or by texting in via mobile. We love hearing from our listeners and it’s always better when the discussion is dynamic so make sure you participate and tag along for the ride.
For those that are old enough to remember, it will be somewhat of a throwback to the legendary Super Soccer Sunday program that aired back in the 1990s – but with a specific focus on the Melbourne Knights football club
Knight Train joins other NPL and Victorian State League clubs, such as South Melbourne, Altona Magic and Preston Lions who will also be broadcasting on FNR with their own club dedicated shows.
FNR – Football Nation Radio is the first and only radio station that prioritises football every hour of every day. FNR is your station and your chance to be a part of the conversation.
FNR brings you football news, entertainment, feature interviews and player, coach and club education. It is a place where you can discuss and debate issues in football with others who are passionate about the game.
FNR is committed to a comprehensive coverage of the beautiful game. From grassroots to top tier football in Australia and overseas, FNR covers it all.
You can tune in from Monday the 4th of February at 8pm on https://footballnationradio.blog/listen-live/