Melbourne Cricket Ground - Big Bash League tickets on sale
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Big Bash League tickets on sale

Dec 18, 2011

Melbourne Stars captain Cameron White

The inaugural Big Bash League Twenty20 competition will return to the MCG on January 4 when the stadium's home team, Melbourne Stars, plays the Perth Scorchers.

The Stars, coached by Greg Shipperd and captained by Cameron White, lost their first match on December 17 to Sydney Thunder in front of a crowd of 23,496 and it's set to get bigger as the summer progresses.

The remaining matches to be played at the MCG are as follows:

• Wednesday January 4 – Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers, 7.00pm
• Saturday January 7 – Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades, 7.00pm
• Thursday January 19 – Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers, 7.00pm

Follow the MCG on Facebook Depending on the form of our home team, the MCG may also host a semi final (January 21 or 22) and the final (January 28).

PURCHASE TICKETS

TICKET PRICES

 

 General
Admission

Category B 

 Category A

 Adult

 $20

 $30

 $40

 Junior

 $5

 $10

 $15

 Concession

 $12

 $18

$24 

 Family

 $40

 $60

 $80

View the Big Bash League MCG seating plan

MCG iPhone app Or you can become a real Star and launch yourself into Big Bash heaven full-swing, with an inaugural Melbourne Stars Membership.

The MCG holds the Australian record crowd for a domestic cricket match, when 43,125 people attended a Twenty20 match two summers ago. 

We'll be aiming to break that record at some stage this season, so get on board the Melbourne Stars!

 

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