Melbourne Cricket Ground - 2011 AFL season
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2011 AFL season

Essendon's Angus Monfries flies high against the Hawks.Schedule

The MCG will host 47 matches in the 2011 AFL home and away season across 24 rounds.

View the MCG fixture of matches 

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Tickets

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View the seating plan

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On-sale dates:

General Public: Follow the MCG on Facebook
Rounds 1-23: Tuesday March 8 at 9am
Round 24: Monday August 1 at 9am

Club Members: 
Rounds 1-23: Tuesday March 1 at 9am
Round 24: Monday August 1 at 9am

AFL Members: Twitter logo
March and April matches: Friday March 4 at 9am
May matches: Friday April 1 at 9am
June matches: Friday May 6 at 9am
July matches: Friday June 3 at 9am
August matches: Friday July 1 at 9am
Round 24: Friday August 5 at 9am

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Ticket purchase methods

  • Phone bookings: 132 849
  • Group bookings (of 10 or more): 9299 9030
  • Internet bookings: www.ticketek.com.au
  • AFL members: 1300 552 072
  • Ticketek agencies
  • Accessible seating: 1300 665 915

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General Information

  • In the public areas, Ticketek only sell reserved seats in advance for any given match. General admission tickets can only be purchased from the gates on the match day providing they are still available. There are no ‘group’ discount tickets for the AFL season.
  • The Ticketek Box Office has a permanent position at Gate 3B which only opens on event days.
    Gate 1 will also be available for Ticketek account pickups for larger matches. The Ticketek Box
    Office opens half an hour prior to MCC gate opening time on match days.
  • Patrons collecting tickets from the Ticketek Box Office on match day, must present their account confirmation number or credit card used at the time of purchasing the tickets.
  • Patrons purchasing via the internet are encouraged to print their tickets using the Ezy Ticket option to avoid potential queueing at the ground to collect them on match day.
  • The AFL members area occupies M16 ½ to M27, N15 ½ to N28, P15 ½ to P28 and Q15 ½ to Q27 in the Great Southern Stand.
  • AFL members may purchase either a general admission guest pass or reserved seat for their
    guest/s and may also purchase a reserved seat for themselves.
  • There are NO specific alcohol-free areas (dry) for the football season, however some clubs have
    designated bays within their home team allocation that they have requested to be dry for their
    members.
  • The capacity for the football season is approximately 100,000. Patrons should purchase tickets in advance for the more popular matches.
  • View items prohibited from the MCG.

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Corporate Hospitality

Corporate hospitality for all events at the MCG can be booked through the Melbourne Cricket Club. Hospitality options range from shared formal dining to private corporate suites.

View corporate hospitality options for the 2011 AFL season  

 

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