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  • MCG winds back clock on food prices

    Fans will enjoy lower food prices at the MCG in 2015 and beyond.

    Mar 02, 2015

    MCG fans will be able to purchase popular food and beverage items at prices not seen for a decade or more, following a new agreement that will set the MCG apart from every other Australian stadium.

  • Advice for fans: South Africa v India

    Part of the 84,336 people who watched the England-Australia Cricket World Cup match on February 14, 2015.

    Feb 21, 2015

    A crowd of more than 85,000 is expected at Sunday's Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and India at the MCG.

  • Advice for motorists on Sunday

    Cars in Yarra Park

    Feb 20, 2015

    Parts of Wellington Parade in East Melbourne will be temporarily closed on Sunday February 21, after the South Africa-India Cricket World Cup match at the MCG.

  • Bumper crowd for MCG World Cup clash

    Part of the 84,336 people who watched the England-Australia Cricket World Cup match on February 14, 2015.

    Feb 14, 2015

    An MCG crowd of 84,336 has seen Australia defeat England by 111 runs in their ICC Cricket World Cup match tonight.

  • MCG to take stadium technology and fan engagement to new levels

    Feb 03, 2015

    Plans have been unveiled to turn Melbourne Cricket Ground into one of Australia’s most technically advanced and connected stadiums for fans, members and stakeholders.

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