The Melbourne Cricket Club looks forward to welcoming you into the Members’ Reserve across the 2023/24 summer of cricket.The 2023/24 summer of cricket is shaping up to be an exciting season with a jam-packed domestic and international cricket schedule confirmed, including the traditional Boxing Day Test.
Fans of the big-hitting Big Bash League will be treated to an exciting summer with the 2023/24 season schedule to feature four matches at the ‘G. View the schedule here.
The MCG is also looking forward to hosting its first ever standalone WBBL match between the Melbourne Stars and Melbourne Renegades in November.
Two Marsh Sheffield Shield matches will be played at the MCG to start the cricket season – with Victoria taking on New South Wales and Queensland in October and November respectively. For more information, click here.
On the international front, the Boxing Day Test – a highlight on the MCG calendar – sees Australia host Pakistan for the first time since 2016, whilst February’s only cricket match at the ‘G sees Australia take on the West Indies in a One-Day International.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Members’ Reserve for an unmissable summer of cricket!
Ticketing informationReserved seat and visitor tickets for the 2023/24 cricket season will go on sale at 10.00am Wednesday October 11 via Ticketek.
Visiting the MCC Reserve for the 2023/24 cricket seasonAll MCG match days have been categorised according to their expected demand from members and their guests to attend the Members' Reserve.
Full and Restricted members will have access to all match days for the 2023/24 cricket season.
For a small number of match days when the attendance of Full and Restricted members and their guests is forecast to be high, Provisional members may have limited or no access to the Reserve.
Members booking reserved seats on Level 2 will be limited to the same number of visitors that apply for Balcony passes. Please note that all members and visitors with a Level 2 reserved seat do not require a Long Room or Balcony pass to access their seats, however, a Long Room pass (subject to availability) is required for visitors wishing to access the Long Room.
The following table provides an overview of what is available to members in each category.
|Event Category|| ||Full & Restricted members||Provisional members|
|1||Access to the Reserve||All levels||No access to the MCC Reserve|
|Visitor Tickets||Up to two tickets|
|Level 2 & 3 Access||Members only|
|Members' Dining Room||Yes - up to two visitors|
|Jim Stynes Grill||Yes - up to two visitors|
|Long Room Passes for visitors||No|
|Balcony Passes for visitors||No|
|2||Access to the Reserve||All levels||Levels 1 & 4|
|Visitor Tickets||Up to four tickets||Up to two tickets|
|Level 2 & 3 Access||No access|
|Members' Dining Room||Yes - up to two visitors||No access|
|Jim Stynes Grill||Yes - up to two visitors||Yes - up to two visitors|
|Long Room Passes for visitors||One pass||No|
|Balcony Passes for visitors||Up to two passes||No|
|3||Access to the Reserve||All levels||All levels|
|Visitor Tickets||Four tickets||Four tickets|
|Level 2 & 3 Access|
|Members' Dining Room||Yes - up to four visitors||Yes - up to four visitors|
|Jim Stynes Grill||Yes - up to four visitors||Yes - up to four visitors|
|Long Room Passes for visitors||Up to two passes||Up to two passes*|
|Balcony Passes for visitors||Up to four passes||Up to four passes*|
*Please note, Balcony Passes are not required for BBL, WBBL or Marsh Sheffield Shield games.