Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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AFL Round 4 - Melbourne v Western Bulldogs

Apr 22, 2012

Event:                    AFL Round 4  
Teams:                  Melbourne v Western Bulldogs
Date:                     Sunday April 22, 2012
Start time:              4.40pm

The Jim Stynes Tribute Hour will be held prior to this match, with celebrations commencing at 3.45pm.

The event will be a chance for all Victorians to gather in celebration of his contributions to football, the Reach Foundation and the greater community and will celebrate everything that made Jim Stynes such a special part of our lives. There will be music, entertainment and the opportunity for everyone to pay tribute to the impact he had on so many.

Gate opening:
Public/AFL members: 2.30pm
MCC members: 2.30pm

General admission areas:

Ponsford Stand
M28 - M36
Q29 - Q36

Olympic Stand
Q49 - Q57

Great Southern Stand
M1 - M12
P1 - P6
Q1 - Q15

These bays are subject to change in the lead up to the match, depending on reserved seat sales.

Cheersquad locations:
Melbourne - M2 and M3, rows A-K
Western Bulldogs - M33, rows A-S

Car park opening:
Gate 3: 10.30am
Gate 5: 1.00pm
Gate 6: 2.00pm
Gate 7: 12.00pm (media, corporate and disabled pass holders only)

Expected attendance: 36,000

Tickets:
Public: reserved seats are on sale through Ticketek here.
MCC members: Visitor tickets and reserved seats for MCC members are on sale at Ticketek or in person at the Membership Services Office at the MCG.

TAB outlets: Open from 2.30pm

National Sports Museum: Open for patrons with a valid event ticket from 2.30pm - 4.30pm.

View MCG conditions of entry

Jim Stynes Tribute Match - Sunday April 22.

 

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