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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 02, 2012

    Almost 2.34 million people watched AFL at the MCG in the 2012 home and away season, an average of 49,763 per game.

  • AFL Round 23 tickets on sale

    Action from the Geelong Cats v Collingwood game at the MCG on May 13, 2011

    Aug 21, 2012

    Public tickets are on sale to matches in AFL Round 23, with Hawthorn and West Coast to open the round on Friday August 31 at the MCG.

  • 2012/13 cricket schedule

    Aug 07, 2012

    The MCG will host the Boxing Day Test between Australia and Sri Lanka as part of the 2012/13 cricket program announced by Cricket Australia.

  • Two-millionth footy fan through the gate

    Paul Walsh (centre) receives his prize as the MCG's two millionth AFL patron in 2012 from MCG events manager Maureen Ware on August 5.

    Aug 06, 2012

    The MCG reached the two-million patron mark for the 2012 AFL season at the match between Melbourne and Gold Coast Suns on Sunday August 5.

  • Bank of Melbourne becomes MCG Icon partner

    To celebrate a new Icon partnership between the MCG and Bank of Melbourne, Dermott Brereton and Ian Healy were on hand to unveil a unique and interactive 3D art installation depicting memorable moments from MCG history.

    Aug 03, 2012

    Bank of Melbourne today became a new Icon Partner and the official bank of the MCG. The partnership marks the first time in more than 100 years that the MCG has changed its banking relationship.

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