Melbourne Cricket Ground - Finals Packages
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Finals Packages

The MCG view from the superb Jim Stynes RoomBook one of our finals series packages and guarantee your ticket to the 2014 AFL Grand Final as well as one match per week throughout the finals series.

*All final series packages are sold as a four match packages providing you with one match from each week of the finals should they be played at the MCG - a qualifying final, semi final, preliminary final and the 2014 AFL Grand Final.

MCG Corporate Dining - $3,600 per person
AFL Authorised On-Seller OSMCC13/23

Experience all the finals action from behind-glass, panoramic seating in the Jim Stynes Room. 


  • Corporate ticketing.
  • Fine dining within the Jim Stynes Room located on Level 2 of the Olympic Stand.
  • Delicious three-course meal plus traditional footy fare at half-time.
  • Premium wines, ales, basic spirits and soft drinks.
  • Pre-match MC and high-profile special guest speaker.
  • Weather protected, behind-glass viewing.
  • AFL match day program. 
  • On-site parking - two car parks per table.
  • Dedicated MCG hosts.

Gentlemen: Tailored pants and collared shirt. 
Ladies: Dress accordingly. 
Strictly no denim.

Impress your guests and be there every step of the way as teams battle for the premiership cup.
Limited availability.

Please click here to submit an online enquiry.
Alternatively, please contact MCC corporate sales on (03) 9657 5516 or

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