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AFL Round 21 - Richmond v Carlton

Aug 17, 2013

Event:                    AFL Round 21
Teams:                  Richmond v Carlton
Date:                     Saturday August 17, 2013
Start time:              1.45pm

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

Tickets:
- Public reserved seats are on sale now at Ticketek here
- MCC visitor tickets are on sale here

Car park opening:

Due to the poor condition of Yarra Park and expected rainfall this week the Yarra Park car park will be closed for this event.

The following groups will still be able to park in the limited spaces available via Gate 3 on Saturday August 17:

• Disabled
• Pass holders (Corporate/Clubs)
• Police
• St. John
• Accredited Media
• MCC Event/Permanent Staff

Patrons are encouraged to make alternative parking arrangements or catch public transport to the ground.

Expected attendance:
68,000

Expected general admission seating:
Ponsford Stand
Q29 - Q40

Olympic Stand
Q49 - Q57

Great Southern Stand
Q1 - Q4
Q5 - Q15 (Rows P-DD)

Cheersquad allocation:
Richmond - Bay M3 (Rows A-K) and Bay M4 (Rows A-K)
Carlton - Bay M33 (Row A-S and Row NN)

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