We look forward to welcoming you to the Members’ Reserve as the Sydney Thunder host the Melbourne Renegades.
YOUR VISIT TO THE ReserveAs we operate under our COVIDSafe plan, your visit to the BBL may look a little different this year.
As a measure of contact tracing, all patrons at the ground and in the Members’ Reserve must have a pre-booked reserved ticket. This means that there will be no walk-up opportunity for members at this summer’s BBL matches.
Find out more about members’ arrangements for BBL|11
TICKETSGot your tickets to BBL|11 at the MCG? Click here for important information about attending the Reserve
Tickets are now on sale via Ticketek.
Members' DiningDining in the Members Dining Room will be on a walk up basis from 6pm. No booking is required.
Cricket timesMatch commences: 4:10pm
1st Innings: 4:10-5:30pm
Innings Break: 5:30-5:35pm
2nd Innings: 5:35-7:05pm
COVID-19 Vaccination Condition of EntryIn line with the Victorian Government health directives for this event, the MCG will only be accessible by to fully vaccinated patrons (over the age of 12 years and two months).
Children under 12 years and two months do not need to be vaccinated but must be accompanied by fully vaccinated adults.
Unvaccinated patrons will not be permitted to enter the MCG, unless they are able to display a valid immunisation medical exemption provided by a Victorian Government-approved health professional.
As patrons arrive at the Gate, they are asked to bring up their COVID-19 digital certificate to display to match day staff at the entrance gate in one of two ways:
- Scan the QR code outside the entrance gate using the Services Victoria App on your smart device.
- Show their COVID-19 digital certificate in the same smart wallet on their device, that houses their digital ticket from Ticketek. All patrons will still be required to “check-in” to the MCG via the Services Victoria app.
For patrons without a smart device, they will be required to provide a printed version of the COVID-19 digital certificate or Immunisation History statement, which can be used as evidence of vaccination.