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  • 2012 AFL fixture released

    2010 Grand Final Replay between Collingwood and St Kilda.

    Oct 28, 2011

    The MCG will host 47 matches in the 2012 AFL home and away season, starting with a match between Richmond and Carlton on Thursday March 29.

  • Our Twitter moves to @MCG

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    Oct 25, 2011

    The simple @MCG is now the official Twitter address for all things Melbourne Cricket Ground, having recently moved from the previous @MCG_News.

  • MCG pitches back in town

    One of the 10 MCG portable pitches sits in the centre of the arena.

    Oct 21, 2011

    After spending six months in Yarra Park during the AFL season, the 10 portable cricket pitches to be used at the MCG in the 2011/12 season are now safely installed in the centre of the stadium.

  • Three million reasons to smile

    The MCG's three-millionth patron Jane MacCallum with MCG events manager Trevor Dohnt

    Oct 04, 2011

    The 2011 AFL season was highly successful for MCG attendances, with the ground's three-millionth patron for the season clicking through the turnstiles at the AFL Grand Final.

  • Cricket corporate hospitality packages

    An exclusive MCG corporate suite

    Oct 02, 2011

    MCG corporate hospitality bookings are now open for the 2011/12 international cricket season. Book your package now and secure great entertainment at the MCG for your guests and a stress free summer for you.

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