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  • McDonald's MCG Community Day

    Some young Demon fans on the MCG turf

    Sep 08, 2012

    On Sunday September 30, the day after the 2012 AFL Grand Final, all footy fans are welcomed onto the hallowed MCG turf as part of McDonald's MCG Community Day.

  • Great Southern Stand upgrade a boost for footy fans

    The Premiership Club Dining Room in the Great Southern Stand at the MCG

    Sep 06, 2012

    Footy fans attending the start of the 2012 AFL Finals Series at the MCG on Friday night will be among the first to benefit from the completion of a $55 million refurbishment of amenities in the Great Southern Stand.

  • AFL Grand Final entertainment revealed

    The 2011 AFL premiers, Geelong Cats, celebrate on the MCG.

    Sep 04, 2012

    AFL unveils new format for the 2012 AFL Grand Final, with internationally acclaimed Australian band The Temper Trap, the incomparable Paul Kelly and a raft of changes headlining entertainment for fans.

  • AFL Finals Series - Week 1 schedule

    2012 AFL Finals Series logo

    Sep 02, 2012

    The MCG will host two matches in Week 1 of the 2012 AFL Finals Series: Hawthorn v Collingwood (Fri Sep 7 at 7.50pm) and Geelong v Fremantle (Sat Sep 8 at 7.45pm).

  • 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.

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