Melbourne Cricket Ground - Seating Plans
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Seating Plans

All seating bays at the MCG begin with row A closest to the fence and continue back to row Z, before reverting to row AA, BB, CC and so on.

2015 AFL Season

Home and away matches

Anzac Day - Essendon v Collingwood - April 25

State of Origin Rugby League

New South Wales v Queensland - June 17

International Champions Cup Australia

Real Madrid v AS Roma - July 18

AS Roma v Manchester City - July 21

Manchester City v Real Madrid - July 24

Stadium

Generic MCG seating plan

Undercover Seating

Due to the difficulty in accurately classifying any seat at the MCG as "undercover", even though there is a roof overhead in some sections of the ground, patrons cannot be guaranteed protection from the elements.

As a guide however, please refer the following table which outlines where the drip line for each level lies.

   


Standing Room/Restricted View Tickets

I have a standing room ticket, how early do I need to arrive at the ground so I can see the match?
It is in your best interest to arrive as early as possible to guarantee a position in the front.

Can I bring a stool/walking stool on wheels/cushion/portable chair to sit on while I am in the standing room bay?
No, you cannot bring these items.

How many other people will be in the Standing room bay as me?
Standing room bays vary in capacities and thus it is dependent on which bay you have a ticket for.  All bays have been measured according to building codes and standards.

What will my view of the ground be like with a restricted view ticket?
It depends on where your ticket is. However, most restricted view tickets allow for a majority of the playing surface to be seen and a scoreboard.

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