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    Field of Women 2014

    May 10, 2014

    Thousands of people will stand together on the MCG in the shape of the iconic Pink Lady on Saturday May 10 to show their support for the growing number of Australians personally affected by breast cancer.

    The Field of Women Pink Lady at the MCG in 2010.Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) advises that tickets are still on sale for Field of Women 2014 which will be held just before the Melbourne vs Western Bulldogs match on Saturday.

    Field of Women is a powerful human display that brings the statistics of breast cancer to life.

    Up to 15,000 participants will stand in bright pink ponchos and 125 in blue to represent the number of Australians who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014.

    Tickets for Field of Women 2014 are on sale now and cost $55, which includes a pink poncho, backpack and entry to the AFL game. 

    To purchase tickets, visit www.bcna.org.au.

    All proceeds from tickets go to BCNA to ensure it can continue its work supporting Australians with breast cancer and their families. BCNA acknowledges the generous support of its sponsors in making this possible.

    Coming to Field of Women? View a map of the MCG precinct.