Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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AFL Round 23 - Melbourne v Gold Coast Suns

Aug 28, 2011

Event:                    AFL Round 23  
Teams:                  Melbourne v Gold Coast Suns
Date:                     Sunday August 28, 2011
Start time:              2.10pm

Gate opening times
Public: 12.30pm (Gate 1, 3, 4 and 5)
AFL members: 12.30pm (Gate 6 and 7)
MCC members: 11.30am (Gate 2)

Estimated attendance
18,000

Public tickets
Reserved seats are available to purchase now via Ticketek.

Have a kick-to-kick on the MCG turf after the match!

General admission seating areas
Southern Stand
M1 – M13
P1 – P9
Q1 – Q15
Ponsford Stand
M28 – M36
N29 – N31
Q29 – Q36
Olympic Stand
M53 – M55 Rows A - Z
M56 – M57
Q49 – Q57

Car Park gate opening times (Yarra Park)
Gate 3 (Wellington Pde South) - 7.00am
Gate 5 (Punt Road) - 9.00am
Gate 6 (Punt Road) - 11.00am
Gate 7 (Brunton Avenue - pass holders only) - 9.00am

**Please note that due to an event earlier in the day at Rod Laver Arena, parking capacity in Yarra Park for football patrons is expected to be severely limited.

Cheer squad locations
Melbourne: M2 and M3 rows A-K
Gold Coast: M22 rows A-S

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

TAB outlets
Open from 12.30pm.

MCC members
Visitor tickets and reserved seats are still on sale through Ticketek.

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