Melbourne Cricket Ground - Event Details
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AFL Rd 5 - Geelong Cats v Hawthorn

Apr 21, 2014

Event: AFL Round 5
Teams: Geelong Cats v Hawthorn
Date: Monday April 21, 2014
Start time: 3.20pm

Gate opening:
Public/AFL members: 1.00pm
MCC members: 12.30pm

Expected attendance: 70,000

Ticket availability - Public

As this match has been classified by the AFL as A-Reserve, (see seating plan) general admission seating will not be available. All patrons attending in the public area of the stadium (including Hawthorn and Geelong Cats members) must purchase a reserved seat. Tickets can be purchased in advance at Ticketek HERE, or at the gate on Easter Monday, subject to availability.

Public Ticket Prices

Ticket availability - MCC members

Visitor tickets (maximum four per member) and reserved seats can be purchased by MCC members at Ticketek, or at Gate 2 on Easter Monday, subject to avalability.

For the purpose of Long Room and Balcony passes, it is a Category B match for MCC members and guests.

MCC visitor ticket prices: Adult $34, Children $6.

Cheersquad allocation:
Geelong Cats: Bay M3 (Rows A-T)
Hawthorn: Bay M33 (Rows A-S)

Car park opening:
Gate 3: 8.30am
Gate 5: 11.00am
Gate 6: 12.00pm
Gate 7: 11.00am (pass holders only)

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