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Anzac Day - all tickets sold out

Apr 20, 2011

2010 Anzac Day dual banner.All remaining public tickets for Anzac Day at the MCG, including restricted view and standing room tickets have SOLD OUT.

There will be no further public tickets released for this match.

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I have a standing room ticket, how early do I need to arrive at the ground so I can see the match?
It is in your best interest to arrive as early as possible to guarantee a position in the front. Public gates open at 12.30pm.

Can I bring a stool/walking stool on wheels/cushion/portable chair to sit on while I am in the standing room bay?
No, you cannot bring these items.

What will my view of the ground be like with a restricted view ticket?
It depends on where your ticket is. However, most restricted view tickets allow for a majority of the playing surface to be seen and a scoreboard.

Anzac Day at the MCG - some history

The MCG has hosted Anzac Day matches between Essendon and Collingwood since 1995, when a mammoth 94,825 people watched a thrilling draw.  To this day, it is still the highest Anzac Day crowd and no other AFL home and away match has bettered it since then.

The Anzac Day match has broken the 90,000-mark on four occasions.  The highest Anzac Day attendances at the MCG are as follows:

94,825       1995
91,234       2006
90,508       2007
90,070      2010
88,999       2008
88,390       2000
87,549       1996
84,894       2002
84,829      2009
83,905       2001
83,271       1997
81,542       1998
73,118       1999
70,033*      2005
62,589*      2003
57,294*      2004

*Total MCG capacity reduced due to northern stand redevelopment.

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