Melbourne Cricket Club - Dress Standards - Members Reserve
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Dress Standards - Members Reserve

The minimum standard dress to enter the Members Reserve is neat casual for both men and women.

Males 15 years and over must wear a collared shirt (even if worn under a collared sweater or jacket) at all times in the Reserve.

This continues to be the major reason for male members and guests being denied admission, with several hundred cases occurring during last year's football season, so please inform your guests of this requirement.

Please note that caps, hats, beanies and football jumpers are not to be worn in the Frank Grey Smith Bar.

For Twenty20 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.

Not Acceptable: Men

  • Thongs, scuffs, dilapidated footwear, gumboots, moccasins, slippers and ugg boots.
  • T-shirts, singlets, torn or ripped clothes, even if "designer" tears.
  • Shirts not supported by a collar including crew neck shirts (skivvies are acceptable).
  • Football, running, athletic, bike, tennis and board shorts.
  • Tracksuit pants.
  • Beachwear.
  • Overalls.
  • Any clothing displaying racist or similarly offensive messages.

Not Acceptable: Women

  • Thongs, scuffs, dilapidated footwear, gumboots, moccasins, slippers and ugg boots.
  • Torn or ripped garments, even if "designer" tears.
  • Running, athletic or bike shorts, or sportswear such as tennis skirts.
  • Tracksuit pants.
  • Beachwear.
  • Bikini tops and tops showing bare midriff.
  • Any clothing displaying racist or similarly offensive messages.

Click here to download examples of acceptable and not acceptable attire.

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