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  • Another good year for AFL crowds at MCG

    The MCG at capacity for the 2007 AFL Preliminary Final between Geelong and Collingwood.

    Sep 01, 2013

    More than 2.34 million people watched AFL at the MCG in the 2013 home and away season, an average of 52,153 per game.

  • Yarra Park nominated for Banksia Award

    Inside the water recycling facility that sits beneath Yarra Park, outside Gate 2 at the MCG.

    Aug 22, 2013

    The MCG's stadium manager, Melbourne Cricket Club, has been named as a finalist in this year’s Banksia Sustainability Awards, widely recognised as Australia’s most prestigious environmental awards.

  • Two-millionth footy fan through the gate

    Leesa Walton receives her two-millionth AFL patron prize from MCC club manager Mark Anderson on Friday August 16.

    Aug 19, 2013

    The MCG reached the two-million patron mark for the 2013 AFL season at the match between Hawthorn and Collingwood on Friday August 16.

  • New vision boards set for MCG

    Aug 15, 2013

    The MCG will house the largest vision boards at an Australian sports stadium when two new, state-of-the-art screens are scheduled for installation in time for the 2013 Boxing Day Test.

  • No public parking in Yarra Park this weekend

    Cars in Yarra Park

    Aug 13, 2013

    Due to its wet condition, Yarra Park will not be used for public vehicle parking at any of the three AFL matches at the MCG this weekend.

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