Step into Greatness at the 'G.The Melbourne Cricket Club, as ground managers of the MCG, looks forward to welcoming you to the 'G for the BBL|13 match between the Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers.
Download your ticket to your mobile for scanning upon entering the Ground.
Find your best way to get to the MCG with our journey planner and transport option tools. For information on public transport, pedestrian access, taxi ranks and more, click here.
- You will be required to enter via the gate listed on your ticket.
- The MCG is a cashless venue. All food, beverage, merchandise and ticketing outlets will be cashless – so all transactions will need to be made on your debit or credit card.
- The MCG is a smoke, e-cigarette and vape free venue. Patrons found smoking or vaping inside the Ground will face immediate eviction.
- At the MCG, your safety is our priority. If you experience any form of antisocial behaviour, please report it by texting 'Assist' to the MCG's antisocial text hotline on +61 409 117 621.
FLASHING LIGHT WARNING
Please note, flashing lights will be used throughout this match at the MCG.
INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES
Click here for information for families, including the location of Parents' Rooms and change tables.
MULTI-FAITH PRAYER ROOM
The MCG Multi-Faith Prayer Room is open to all patrons and located on Level B1 of the Shane Warne Stand (approximately behind bay M13).
Click here for more information.
The G-Train Mobility Shuttle Service operates during public events held at the MCG.
The service is free and accessible to patrons with mobility challenges. The G-Train also features vehicles with wheelchair-friendly access.
Pre-booking is not required; simply wait at a designated pick up point for the next available buggy. The service has pick up points from the following locations:
- Richmond Station
- Jolimont Station
- Accessible Parking Area
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ZERO DELAY COMMENTARY
The SEN Stadium App provides a zero delay commentary on the Hearing Loop at the MCG. Download here.
SENSORY FRIENDLY SPACE
A Sensory Friendly Space is located within the Australian Sports Museum on Level 1 of the Olympic Stand (behind M51, inside Gate 3). This is a space for patrons of all ages who have sensory sensitivities, processing differences, or other hidden disabilities.
There are two rooms within the space offering patrons the ability to choose between quietly watching the event in a tiered theatre or using personal sensory strategies and fidget toys to relax in a multi-purpose room.
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The MCG has many hearing loops fitted throughout the stadium to relay PA announcements.
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For details about accessible seating, parking, bathrooms and companion cards click here