Visiting the Reserve for the 2023/24 summer of cricket

Members' information

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 information 

Reserved 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 season

All 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 membersProvisional members
1Access to the ReserveAll levelsNo access to the MCC Reserve
Visitor TicketsUp to two tickets
Level 2 & 3 AccessMembers only
Members' Dining RoomYes - up to two visitors
Jim Stynes GrillYes - up to two visitors
Long Room Passes for visitors
Balcony Passes for visitorsNo
2Access to the ReserveAll levelsLevels 1 & 4
Visitor TicketsUp to four ticketsUp to two tickets
Level 2 & 3 Access
  • Members
  • Visitors with Level 2 reserved seats or a Long Room or Balcony pass
  • No access
    Members' Dining RoomYes - up to two visitors
    No access
    Jim Stynes GrillYes - up to two visitors
    Yes - up to two visitors
    Long Room Passes for visitors
    One passNo
    Balcony Passes for visitorsUp to two passesNo
    3Access to the ReserveAll levelsAll levels
    Visitor TicketsFour ticketsFour tickets
    Level 2 & 3 Access
  • Members
  • Visitors with Level 2 reserved seats or a Long Room or Balcony pass
  • Members
  • Visitors with Level 2 reserved seats or a Long Room or Balcony pass
  • Members' Dining RoomYes - up to four visitors
    Yes - up to four visitors
    Jim Stynes GrillYes - up to four visitors
    Yes - up to four visitors
    Long Room Passes for visitorsUp to two passesUp to two passes*
    Balcony Passes for visitorsUp to four passesUp to four passes*

    *Please note, Balcony Passes are not required for BBL, WBBL or Marsh Sheffield Shield games.

    MCC Member Cricket Arrangements

    Accessible seating & Companion Cards

    Reserved seating for accessible patrons, including wheelchair spaces, and their carers (with a government issued Companion Card) is available via Ticketek by completing the online form at, by calling 1300 665 915 or in-person at the Club. Unreserved spaces will also be available on a first-come, first-served basis on match days.

    Companions (either a member or guest) receive free entry to the Reserve. For more details visit

    Ticketing conditions

    • Tickets can be purchased via the Ticketek website (, by calling the MCC members priority line 1300 136 961, at Ticketek agencies or the Membership Services Office at the Club, Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. Tickets may also be purchased at the Gate 2 tickets windows on match days, subject to availability.
    • When purchasing tickets at a Ticketek agency, Membership Services Office or Gate 2, your membership card will be required.
    • Only members can collect pre-purchased tickets from the right of Gate 2 on match day. Visitors cannot collect pre-purchased tickets.
    • A limit of 10 tickets per transaction applies.
    • Children under six are admitted free of charge.
    • Members are required to be in attendance with visitors.

    50-Year Members

    The MCC provides a reserved seating area (N42) and the John Landy Room, both on Level 2, for the exclusive use of MCC members of 50 or more years standing. The introduction of guests into the room and seating area is subject to demand.

    Seating in the 50-Year members’ reservation will be will be available on both a pre-booked reserved and unreserved basis for 50-Year members and their guests. A dedicated amount of seats will be allocated for pre-booking via Ticketek while there will also seats set aside for 50-Year members and their guests on a walk-up basis on match day. These seats can be obtain from the host in John Landy Room.

    Membership expectations and code of conduct

    Members and guests in the MCC Reserve are expected to observe a standard of behaviour that is socially acceptable and in keeping with the standards befitting the Club, guided by the MCC Code of Conduct.

    The MCC Code of Conduct and MCC Penalty Guide can be viewed at

    Here to help

    We’re here to help – all members and their guests are encouraged to contact management in the event they need any assistance or have witnessed anti-social behaviour.

    The channels in which members can contact management are through:
    Facebook: @MelbourneCricketClub
    Twitter: @MCC_Members
    Instagram: @MCC_Members
    Information found at:
    Live Chat function on the MCC website (available Monday to Friday between 9am-5pm AEDT).
    Located at Gate 2 of the MCG, the Membership Services Counter is open Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm AEDT.

    This webpage will be updated with details regarding the 2022/23 summer of cricket as more information becomes available. Please check back here for updates, keep an eye on your emails, or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.