Melbourne Cricket Club - Dress Standards
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    Dress Standards

    An example of appropriate dress in the Members ReserveThe club’s dress standards will continue to be enforced during the 2014 AFL season.

    To avoid any embarrassment at the turnstiles, please ensure that your attire, and that of your guests, is appropriate for the areas of the Reserve you plan to attend.

    Notwithstanding the outlined dress standards, management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person considered not suitably attired.

    To assist members with adhering to the dress standards, we have provided a series of examples of suitable and unsuitable dress for the following areas of the club:

    Please note that for T20 Big Bash League matches, while the normal dress regulations will apply to access the Members Reserve, requirements will be relaxed for access to the Members Dining Room, where only Members Reserve standards will be required. The normal Long Room dress standards will apply for access to that room.

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