Some information for any international or interstate visitors who may need some tips.
The Mighty MCG
The MCG is undoubtedly the home of football. Since 1858 Australian Rules Football has played at the ground. Since the beginning of the VFL in 1897, the MCG has hosted close to 3000 top level games of Football.
Melbourne were the original home tenant of the ground but was joined by Richmond (in 1965), North Melbourne (in 1985), Essendon (in 1992), Collingwood (in 1994 but full-time since 2000) and Hawthorn (since 2000).
Women's AFL exhibition games were played at the ground between 2013 and 2016, but since the AFLW has started in 2017, there has yet to be a game held at the MCG.
Melbourne are due to play 12 games at the MCG in 2021.
10 home games and 2 away games.
Home Team: Melbourne, Collingwood, Richmond, Hawthorn
Address: Brunton Ave, Richmond VIC 3002
Docklands Stadium was first opened in 2000 and primarily used for Australian Rules Football.
St. Kilda, Western Bulldogs, North Melbourne, Essendon and Carlton all are tenants at the ground.
In the AFLW, Melbourne has played two games out of the three played at the ground as of the end of 2020.
Melbourne will play 2 games at Marvel in 2021. The first game in Round 2 vs St. Kilda and the second in Round 11 vs Western Bulldogs
Home Team: Carlton, Essendon, North Melbourne, St. Kilda, Western Bulldogs
Address: 740 Bourke St, Docklands VIC 3008
The MCG can be reached by train. The closest stations are Richmond and Jolimont.
There are also Tram and Bus services that stop in and around Richmond and Jolimont Stations
If driving, free street parking can be tough to find.
Check out the PTV website for all public transport information.
For Docklands, by train, the dedicated station is Southern Cross. There are also trams that can be found a short walk away from the station.
If driving, there are many parking lots around that require a fee, including one under the stadium.