Melbourne Cricket Club - Interstate Clubs
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Interstate Clubs

The Melbourne Cricket Club has reciprocal arrangements with the following clubs based interstate: 

These clubs offer MCC Full members access to their respective member areas on certain match days upon payment of the ground entry fee.

All ticketing to MCC members is sold subject to availability and members are encouraged to make prior booking arrangements to avoid disappointment on a match day. 

MCC members will need to prove that they are residing outside of the state in which the reciprocal club is located before being eligible to purchase tickets.

Any enquiries regarding access to visitor tickets, as well as any other amenities forwarded to MCC members will need to be directed toward the club you are visiting.

Interstate clubs contact details

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