LIVERPOOL suffered a set-back in their UEFA Champions League beat, losing to Basel, while Arsenal enjoyed a day out in a 4-1 rout of Galatasaray.

TASSIE 16-year-old Jack Hale shocked a nation with his record-breaking 100m sprint but his latest feat is just as impressive.

WESTERN Sydney’s incredible Asian Champions League run will see them contest the final against Al Hilal after they saw off the challenge of FC Seoul.

THE NRL has banned Issac Luke from holding-up the trophy or accepting a premiership ring should his Rabbitohs win Sunday’s big decider.

KURTLEY Beale’s future in Australian rugby could be in jeopardy with the ARU investigating an incident involving the troubled Wallaby on a flight to South America on Sunday.

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How to purchase

Purchase methods

  • Ticketek website (click here for AFL 2014)
  • Ticketek agencies
  • Ticketek’s MCC priority booking line 1300 136 961
  • The Membership Services Office at the club
  • The Gate 2 ticket windows on match days, subject to availability.

Mobility-impaired spaces

Reserved seating for mobility-impaired patrons, including wheelchair spaces and their carers (with a Companion Card), will be available through Ticketek (1300 665 915 or agencies) or in person at the club.

Spaces will also be available on all levels on match day on a first-come, first-served basis.

Companion Cards
In accordance with the Equal Opportunity Act (1986) and the Disability Discrimination Act (1992), the MCC aims to address its social and legal obligations by recognising that some members and guests may not have access to matches without being accompanied by a companion.

A member with a Companion Card will be able to gain access for their companion free of charge at all matches. A guest with a Companion Card must have a visitor ticket to enter the Reserve and their companion will then be able to gain entry free of charge.

Reserved seats will also be free of charge for Companion Card holders accompanying members and guests who have purchased their own reserved seat. Members should visit www.companioncard.org.au for information.

Members purchasing a visitor ticket or reserved seat for a carer must hold a Companion Card and present it at the time of booking and carry it when attending the ground.

Visitor ticket and reserved seat collection

MCC members can collect pre-purchased visitor tickets and reserved seats from the ticket windows at Gate 2 on match day, upon production of their account confirmation number and membership card. 

Visitors are not able to purchase or collect pre-purchased visitor tickets on match days if the member is not present.