Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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Melbourne Victory v Liverpool FC

Jul 24, 2013

Gate opening:
Public/AFL members: 5.30pm
MCC members: 5.30pm

Car park opening:

PLEASE NOTE: The capacity of Yarra Park is likely to be reduced due to recent poor weather conditions. Patrons are encouraged to catch public transport to the ground.

Gate 3: 1.30pm
Gate 5: 3.00pm
Gate 6: 4.00pm
Gate 7: 7.00am (media, corporate and disabled pass holders only)

Expected attendance: 90,000

Tickets: A limited number, including standing room, remains on sale at Ticketek HERE.

National Sports Museum: 5.30pm - 7.45pm

TAB: 5.30pm

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Win the Melbourne Victory v Liverpool soccer goals!

Play like a professional!

Thanks to Abel Sports, we're giving Victorian schools and sporting clubs the chance to win the soccer goals to be used in the Melbourne Victory v Liverpool FC match at the MCG on Wednesday July 24.

To get your hands on this unique $5000 prize, tell us in 30 words or less why your school or club deserves to win a piece of this world-class game! Enter HERE.

Entries will close on Wednesday July 31 at 4.00pm AEST and the winner will be announced on August 12.

Entry is open for Victorian residents aged 18 years and over.

You've got to be in it to win it!

View the terms and conditions HERE.

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Liverpool's Steven GerrardMCG Corporate Hospitality

MCG Corporate Hospitality offers you and your guests the pleasure of experiencing this world-class sporting event with a superior level of comfort and style.

Featuring award-winning catering, with our luxurious dining spaces with prime seating, you’ll enjoy memorable moments from start to finish.

With limited space and high demand, enquire today to secure corporate packages for you and your guests. 

For more information, available packages and to make an enquiry, click here.

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Arrangements for MCC members can be seen here

 

 

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