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August  3, 2017

AFL Membership ran a survey for members experience for those who have attended the AFL Members dining room at the MCG or Etihad Stadium. There was a chance to win one of three MCG Guest Passes valued at $120 for those who completed the survey. The winners of the MCG Guest Pass Packs are: 

Amanda Maher

Viv Buchanan

Susan Marino

Conratulations and we hope your guests enjoy the MCG!



June 23, 2017

AFL Membership ran a compeition for AFL Members who purchased a reserved seat or a guest pass through Ticketek for the Richmond v Carlton - Round 14. Those who purchased through Ticketek went into a draw to win one of 10 double passes to see Spiderman Homecoming. Those AFL Members who won are: 

Taylah Fiedler
Seb Price
Amy Carswell
Jai Mortimer
Shaun Mason
Damien Krause
Peter Softley
Con Giliberto
Jason Midler
Marcus Rose 

Conratulations and we hope you enjoy the movie!



April 6, 2017

We would like to congratulate John Harik, who was randomly selected from completing the Etihad Stadium Modelling survey. 
Your prize for completing the survey is table of 10 in the AFL Members' Dining Room at the MCG for any Function match between Rounds 6 - 22. The function package includes Level 2 reserved seats for you and your 9 guests, set entree and main course, 2 hour pre-match beverage package, cash bar once match commences and half time fare. 

Congratulations once again John! We hope that you enjoy your dining experience. 


Decmber 16, 2016

We would like to wish all our members and their families a very safe and happy holidays for 2016. 

Over the Christmas and New Year period, the AFL Membership opening hours will be: 

Date  Opening Hours
Friday, December 23 9am - 12 midday 

Monday, December 26 - 
Monday, January 2

Tuesday, January 3 10am - 2pm
Wednesday, January 4 10am - 2pm
Thursday, January 5 10am - 2pm 
Friday, Janaury 6 10am - 2pm
Monday January 9 9am - 5pm 




May 20, 2016

Congratulation to our winners!

Free Upgrades Round 16-23:

William Brody
Nicholas Xerri

$100 Ticketek voucher:

Ashleigh Long
Daniel Rochecouste 
Kym Spooner
Mario Filintatzis
Harrsion Dunn 



March 24, 2016

Welcome to the 2016 Toyota AFL Premiership Season in what is destined to be another exciting year for AFL Members.

We have the best game in the world and the support of our AFL Members makes our game a key part of Australian life.

Our 2016 fixture has recognised the on-field form of 2015 teams with matches based around key timeslots and we are offering more entertainment options in our AFL Dining Rooms for you to enjoy with your friends and family.

Again in 2016 the AFL Membership team is committed to making your football experience better - quite simply we want to ensure your football experience is the best it can be and look forward to seeing you at the footy!


March 18, 2016

Melbourne Cricket Club, AFL and Victoria Police today announced enhanced security procedures at the MCG for the 2016 AFL season, following a review of the measures trialled during the recent cricket season.

Football fans are being urged to allow additional time to enter the stadium when the AFL season starts on March 24, with the majority of the introduced security measures - including 100 per cent bag checks and random, continuous hand-held metal detection of patrons before entry - remaining in place for AFL matches.

Checks will take place at the stadium entry gates, rather than at an external perimeter fence, and bag-free entry lanes will continue to operate.

While the external perimeter fence trialled in the cricket season will not be in effect for the 2016 AFL season, a two-stage approach to patron entry - with check points set back from the stadium structure - remains a possible long-term solution and will continue to be explored.

The MCC’s external security adviser, Hatamoto, has confirmed that the measures in place at the MCG will deliver security enhancements of the highest possible standard.

MCC CEO Stephen Gough said that the stadium operator continued to receive the very best advice from authorities with respect to security measures.

“The safety and security of MCG attendees and staff is our number one priority,” said Mr Gough. “While there is currently no localised threat to the MCG, the level of security to be applied in the AFL season will provide further comfort for patrons.”

“We are continuing to investigate a hard perimeter set back from the stadium where these checks could take place,” Mr Gough said.

“The trial of the temporary fence during the cricket season revealed a number of logistical challenges, concerns with the robustness of the fencing solution and specific compliance matters that will need to be addressed as part of our investigations.”

Mr Gough said that footy fans needed to be aware that it would take a little longer to enter the stadium than was the case in the 2015 AFL season.

“We strongly encourage people to plan their journey to arrive earlier than normal to ensure they don’t miss the first bounce, and to avoid bringing a bag unless necessary.”

AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan said the AFL greatly appreciated the dedication of the MCC to the safety of fans attending games at the country’s premier sporting venue.

“The MCG is the spiritual home of our game and hosts our biggest matches year in and year out,” Mr McLachlan said.

“The MCC is doing everything within its powers to ensure the safety of fans and we ask our fans to give themselves a bit of extra time when attending games to ensure their smooth entry into the ground.”

Other measures implemented during the cricket trial will remain in place. These include searches of vehicles with valid passes to park beneath the stadium in Brunton Avenue before proceeding into the stadium car park, as well as keeping vehicles parked in Yarra Park back at least 25 metres from the external concourse. There will also be increased surveillance leading up to event days.



March 10, 2016

The AFL is pleased to advise that fans purchasing both AFL Membership tickets and General Public tickets for the 2016 Toyota AFL Premiership Season will avoid paying the Ticketek service and handling fee during tomorrow’s, Friday March 11, on-sales.

  • AFL members will able to purchase tickets to MCG matches in Rounds 1-6, including Anzac Day, from 9.00am Friday, March 11.
  • General Public tickets will be on sale from 12.00pm (midday) on Friday March 11.

The fee-free offer to fans will begin at 9.00am and conclude at 11.59pm.

AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan said the AFL was pleased for fans who were inconvenienced as a result of the Ticketek system issue last Friday.

“The MCC notified the AFL late this afternoon that as a result of discussions between the two organisations, and Ticketek, fans purchasing tickets on Friday would avoid paying the Ticketek service and handling fee applied when purchasing tickets for MCG matches,” Mr McLachlan said.

“The AFL would like to thank the MCC and Ticketek for their commitment to achieving this outcome.

“We encourage our fans to purchase tickets for MCG matches tomorrow and enjoy fee free Friday.”


ROUND 23 | Change of On-sale Dates

August 5, 2015

The on-sale dates for matches played in Round 23 have been postponed by a week. This was an industry decision to move the on-sales to finalise the Round 23 fixture and importantly this will not disadvantage AFL Members.

MEMBERS' DINING | 10am, Monday, August 10 via My AFL Account

ETIHAD STADIUM | 9am, Thursday, August 13 via Ticketmaster

MCG | 9am, Friday, August 14 via Ticketek

If you have any queries regarding the Round 23 on-sale dates, please do not hesitate to contact our team via


AFL RESERVE | Crossovers

May 7, 2015

The MCG will be introducing turnstiles at the crossover locations on Level 1 between the AFL Reserve and Public Reserves for Round 6 Melbourne v Sydney Swans.

Members intending to move internally between these areas in the venue will be required to scan their membership card/seat upgrade ticket to exit the AFL Reserve and again to re-enter.

In following weeks the intention is to have crossover turnstiles available on all levels of the AFL Reserve.

Should you have any feedback on your experiences, please see one of the MCC staff on the night or alternatively contact us via email


April 8, 2015

The AFL Members Dining and Reserved Seat Upgrades for matches played in May kicked off this week.

AFL Members May Dining On-Sale
Packages via AFL Members Dining in your MY AFL ACCOUNT

Etihad Stadium May On-Sale
9am, Thursday, April 9 via Ticketmaster

MCG May On-Sale
9am, Thursday, April 10 via Ticketek


More information available via the Match Day Centre (select On-Sale Dates) in your MY AFL ACCOUNT


April 1, 2015

Our team is committed to making your football experience better and with the exclusive features on our website, we are doing just that.

While previously your  ‘My AFL Account’ was used for transactional purposes, we have transformed this into a personalised hub containing everything you need to know to enhance your AFL Membership experience.

Our exclusive members only Match Day Centre will feature all of the round-by-round information and our calendarised MCG and Etihad Stadium fixture will ensure you don’t miss a second of the action.

Our site pushes boundaries and is broader, bolder and bigger to ensure you make every moment count in season 2015.

This is your AFL Membership. Your Game. Your Moment.



April 1, 2015

Welcome to the 2015 Toyota AFL Premiership Season. It’s been a long pre-season and there’s no doubt that your team is fitter, faster and stronger as they search for Premiership glory.

This year promises to deliver all the thrills and spills in an action packed season for AFL Members.

There are a number of new and exciting initiatives with you, our most loyal supporters of the game in mind. These include:

  • Scan*your Membership card in to any match at the MCG and Etihad Stadium throughout the 2015 season
  • Kick to kick on the MCG & Etihad Stadium^
  • Kids under 15 free every Sunday#
  • Woolworths AFL Playground for kids at all MCG & Etihad Stadium matches
  • Better value food & drinks at the MCG and Etihad Stadium

Your AFL Membership provides you with ultimate access to the 2015 Toyota AFL Premiership Season. Good luck to your team and we look forward to seeing you at the footy!

*Additional fees and charges may apply. Entry is subject to capacity and not be guaranteed. Excludes ANZAC Day. ^At specified matches only. #AFL Reserve general admission tickets for MCG & Etihad matches. Ticket purchases other than at the gate will attract additional ticket agent transaction fees.



November 20, 2014


Dear Members,

The 2015 Toyota AFL Premiership Season is shaping up to be an incredible one and there is much to look forward to for AFL Members over the next 12 months.

There are proven heavyweights, new challengers and revitalised teams to contest the race for the 2015 Premiership. We’ll see inspired comebacks, shock wins and dramatic losses. All teams will start the season focused on September and finals glory.

For our AFL Members, attending live games is the ultimate thrill. The 2015 fixture is re-energised and re-focused around your experience. It is headlined by the return of the much-loved traditional Saturday afternoon time slot and a greater focus on weekend day football in Victoria.

The AFL has listened to the feedback from fans and this will remain at the forefront of our thinking as we are committed to continually improving the match-day experience at our games. Your AFL Membership offers unequalled value. Enjoy superior game choice, blockbuster access, reserved seating upgrades, guest passes and premium dining options. It’s the best football experience, with the option to extend hospitality to friends and family. AFL Advance streamlines payment options and by choosing club of support your AFL Membership is added to your club’s membership count.

Our game elevates each year, showcasing athletic and skilful players in a fast, entertaining and highly competitive national competition.

We have the best game on the planet. Australian Football is your game. Make every moment count in Season 2015.


Gillon McLachlan
Australian Football League