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  • One-millionth footy fan through the gate

    Richmond supporter Justine Moorer, from Diamond Creek in Victoria, received a footy pack courtesy of Peters, for being the one millionth MCG patron for the 2013 AFL season on May 19.

    May 19, 2013

    The MCG reached the one-million patron mark for the 2013 AFL season at the match between Richmond and Melbourne on Sunday May 19.

  • More food choices at the MCG

    A pork roll from The Food Store at the MCG

    May 02, 2013

    Football fans can choose from more than 20 new food outlets at the MCG this AFL season as part of an extensive redevelopment to offer a range of high-quality alternatives.

  • Making Their Mark: The MCG's Record Holders

    Kevin Bartlett, the man who has played the most VFL/AFL games at the MCG

    May 01, 2013

    The MCC Library has installed "Making their Mark: The MCG’s Record Holders", an exhibition of items relating to Kevin Bartlett’s unique MCG games record, and other VFL/AFL records and record holders at the MCG.

  • Stadium Stomp: Experience the MCG like never before!

    Stadium Stomp MCG

    Apr 30, 2013

    Australia’s longest consecutive stair climb challenge, Stadium Stomp, will be held for the first time at the MCG on Sunday June 16.

  • Liverpool FC match - ticket update

    Liverpool's Steven Gerrard

    Apr 29, 2013

    The current allocation of tickets to the Melbourne Victory v Liverpool match on July 24 at the MCG has exhausted.

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