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To explore the records and statistics of Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia

Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne Cricket GroundVictoria
Yarra Park, Jolimont, VIC, 3002

Phone No. +61 3 9657 8867
Also or formerly known as MCG
Established 1854
Capacity 100,000
Flood Light Yes
End Name Members End, Great Southern Stand End

Records and statistics
First TestAustralia v England, 15-19, Mar 1877
Last TestAustralia v India, 26-30, Dec 2018
First ODIAustralia v England, 05-Jan-1971
Last ODIAustralia v India, 18-Jan-2019
First T20IAustralia v India, 01-Feb-2008
Last T20IAustralia v Sri Lanka, 01-Nov-2019
Ground Fixtures
Date & time Detail
26 Dec - 30 Dec 2019
11:00 local | 00:00 GMT
2nd Test - Australia v New Zealand
25 Oct 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
16th Match, Super 12 Group 1 - New Zealand v West Indies
29 Oct 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
23rd Match, Super 12 Group 2 - India v A2
01 Nov 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
29th Match, Super 12 Group 2 - England v India
06 Nov 2020
14:00 local | 03:00 GMT
37th Match, Super 12 Group 1 - Pakistan v B2
06 Nov 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
38th Match, Super 12 Group 1 - Australia v New Zealand
07 Nov 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
40th Match, Super 12 Group 1 - West Indies v A1
15 Nov 2020 N
19:00 local | 08:00 GMT
Final - TBD v TBD

Curator: Tony Ware
Playing area: 172.9m long, 147.8m wide

One of the world's largest and most famous sporting venues, the 100,000-seat MCG was originally built for cricket in 1854 and was the main stadium for the 1956 Olympics and the venue for the 1992 World Cup final which saw Pakistan beat England.

Australia played their first test against England at the MCG in 1877, winning by 45 runs, and the hosts. The ground also brought a test record crowd of 91,112 on Boxing Day, 2013.


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