Melbourne Cricket Ground - Melbourne Victory v Liverpool: Ticket update
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Melbourne Victory v Liverpool: Ticket update

Apr 11, 2013

Liverpool's Steven GerrardEnglish Premier League giant Liverpool FC will visit Australia for the first time and play Melbourne Victory at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Wednesday July 24 at 8.00pm. 

The current allocation of public tickets has been sold.

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View the MCG seating plan for this event.

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Some Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What are the ticket prices?
A: See below for a full list of public ticket prices.  

Ticket prices - Melbourne Victory v Liverpool


Q: Does a two-year-old need a ticket or can he/she sit on an adult’s lap?
A: The Babes in Arms policy applies to children under the age of three. 

Q: I am a Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) member. Can I attend the match?
A: Further information for MCC members is on the MCC website here

 

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