Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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AFL Round 8 - Hawthorn v St Kilda

May 15, 2011

Event:                    AFL Round 8
Teams:                  Hawthorn v St Kilda
Date:                     Sunday May 15, 2011
Start time:              1.10pm

Gate opening times:  
Public/AFL members - 11.30am
MCC members - 11.30am

Car park openings:
Gate 3 – 7.00am
Gate 7 – 9.00am

Due to heavy rain, Yarra Park will be closed for public patrons driving to this match. Access will only be provided to the following people:

  • Those with a valid disabled parking permit.
  • MCG event staff and catering staff.
  • Yarra Park car park pass holders.
  • Those with a valid accreditation (e.g. St John Ambulance, Victoria Police and AFL-accredited media).

Crowd estimate: 50,000

General admission seating areas:
Southern Stand

Q1 – Q15
Ponsford Stand
M28 – M33
Q29 – Q36
Olympic Stand
Q49 – Q50 rows K-MM
Q51 – Q57
*Please note, these areas are subject to change without notice.

National Sports Museum: Open for patrons with a valid event ticket from 11.30am until half time.

TAB outlets: Open from 11.30am.

Public tickets: Are available to purchase via Ticketek.

MCC members: Visitor tickets and reserved seats are available through Ticketek.

AFL members: Tickets on sale through Ticketek.

Have fun at the new AFL Playground at the MCG!
Kids can warm up before the game and put their footy skills to the test with a heap of fun activities including the Goal for Glory, Clubhouse, AFL Future Champions Photo Station, mascots, face painting and loads more!

Entry to the AFL Playground activities are FREE! Find out more here.

 

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