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We went to the Melbourne cricket ground to watch a average game of football with friends but for us it didn't matter about the game just being there having a few beers and a pie taking in the atmosphere is great way to spend the...More
worth checking out. even the least popular game gets 25 thousand people. the blockbusters can get up too 90k. the MCG is the best spot too watch the game in melbourne. Ethiad in the docklands is also nice as its indoors. be aware that trains...More
For visiting sport lovers if you can get tickets for a good match, this has been a favourite of visitors we have hosted. The generally fast pace of the game keeps the match interesting and usually exciting. This is very much a family outing with...More
The only AFL Games I went to was at the Gabba in Brisbane so I never got to see the best footy being played. Went to see the Hawks play Geelong Cats for Round 1. Even though my team lost, it was so exciting to...More
Do not visit Melbourne between March and September without attending at least one AFL football match at the true Melbourne home of football (and crcicket) The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG o rlocal known as "The "G"". The environment can be electric in better matches with...More
No visit to Melbourne in Winter is complete without watching a game of AFL, preferably at the MCG, and preferably a game involving some of the league's heavyweight teams such as Hawthorn, Collingwood, Geelong or Richmond. Don't understand the rules? Doesn't matter. Just savour the...More