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  • MCG to turn pink for breast cancer

    BCNA Pink match

    Mar 31, 2015

    AFL fans, no matter who they barrack for, are encouraged to help turn the MCG pink on Mother’s Day weekend in support of Breast Cancer Network Australia.

  • Have a kick on the 'G!

    Mar 27, 2015

    Fans will be able to grace the hallowed MCG turf after the final siren for a kick-to-kick with their families and friends at nine of the ground’s 11 Sunday matches this AFL season.

  • AFL tickets now on sale

    Collingwood's Luke Ball and Geelong's Matthew Scarlett

    Mar 20, 2015

    Public tickets to all MCG matches in the 2015 AFL season will go on sale on Friday March 20 at 10.00am.

  • ANZAC Day - public ticket update

    Mar 20, 2015

    The public allocation of tickets for the ANZAC Day match at the MCG is now exhausted. More tickets may become available as a result of unused club, AFL or corporate allocations.

  • Cricket to footy - in just four days

    A packed MCG during the ICC Cricket World Cup match at the MCG on February 22, 2015.

    Mar 20, 2015

    The MCG team faces a massive task to have the stadium ready for AFL action on April 2 - just four days after the Cricket World Cup Final.

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