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MCG Executive Suite

MCG Executive Suite

The MCG Executive Suite provides a personal approach to your match day dining experience.

This spectacular suite is located on Level 3 in the Ponsford Stand with luxury in-room seats behind sliding glass in a premium viewing location.

The MCG Executive Suite can be booked in tables of 10 or alternatively as a private dining room for a maximum of 50 guests.

MCG Executive SuitePricing is match dependent

PACKAGE INCLUSIONS 
- Entry ticketing.
- Chef's selection of locally sourced seasonal dishes.
- Traditional footy fare at half time.
- Premium beverages.
- Personal steward service throughout.
- Exclusive viewing seats behind sliding glass windows.
MCG Executive Suite- Private bar and bathroom facilities.
- Official event programs.
- Parking - one space per two guests.

AVAILABILITY AND PRICING
Click here to view our 2015 Premium Hospitality e-brochure where all the information for the MCG Executive Suite can be found on pages 8 & 9.

DRESS CODE
MCG Private SuitesGentlemen: Tailored pants and collard shirt.
Ladies: Dress accordingly.

BOOKINGS AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Please click here to submit an online enquiry.
Alternatively, please contact MCC corporate sales on (03) 9657 5516 or mcghospitality@mcc.org.au.

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