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Liverpool FC open training session

Jul 23, 2013

Liverpool FC open training session

Members of the general public can attend Liverpool FC's training session on Tuesday July 23 at 7.30pm.

Patrons can purchase tickets (adults $15, child/concession $5) to the session with all proceeds going towards Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital and Liverpool FC's Melbourne charity partner the Reagan Milstein Foundation.

Tickets for the training session will go on sale Friday July 19 at 1.00pm through Ticketek.

Please note that tickets will NOT be available to purchase on the gate at the night.

Event:                    Liverpool FC open training session
Date:                     Tuesday July 23, 2013
Start time:              7.30pm
Cost:                      Adults $15, child/concession $5

Gate opening:
Gates 1 and 3: 6.00pm

Tickets: Available online through Ticketek.

Car park opening: Due to recent poor weather the Yarra Park car park will NOT be open for this event.

Expected attendance: 15,000

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MCC Members arrangements

Liverpool FC’s training session tonight is a public/charity event.  While there is no Members Reserve for this session, the Members Dining Room Bar will be open for members and guests. 

To access the bar, simply show your membership card at the base of the escalator in the Level 1 atrium just inside Gate 2. Guests are most welcome and must be accompanied by the hosting member.

 

 

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