Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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AFL Round 24 - Collingwood v Geelong Cats

Sep 02, 2011

Event:                    AFL Round 24  
Teams:                  Collingwood v Geelong Cats
Date:                     Friday September 2, 2011
Start time:              7.40pm

Gate opening times
Public: 5.30pm (Gate 1, 3, 4 and 5)
AFL members: 5.30pm (Gate 6 and 7)
MCC members: 5.00pm (Gate 2)

Estimated attendance
85,000

Public tickets
Patrons are strongly encourages to purchase a reserved seat in advance through Ticketek.  Purchase now

MCC members: Visitor tickets are on sale through Ticketek. There is a limit of four visitor tickets per member. Reserved seats have sold out.

AFL members: Reserved seats are now on sale through Ticketek.

General admission seating areas
There will be no general admission seating areas for this match. Patrons are encouraged to purchase a reserved seat in advance.

Car Park gate opening times (Yarra Park)
Gate 3 (Wellington Pde South) - 1.00pm
Gate 5 (Punt Road) - 3.00pm
Gate 6 (Punt Road) - 4.00pm
Gate 7 (Brunton Avenue - pass holders only) - 7.00pm

Cheer squad locations
Collingwood: M32 rows A-T
Geelong Cats: M3 rows A-T

National Sports Museum
Open for patrons with a valid event ticket from gate opening until 7.40pm.

TAB outlets
Open for patrons from 5.30pm.

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