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Visiting the MCG for the 2022/23 summer of cricket

Step into greatness when cricket returns to the ‘G!

The Melbourne Cricket Club, as ground managers of the MCG, looks forward to welcoming you to the ‘G across the summer of cricket.

General public tickets are available now by visiting Ticketek or going to

The 2022/23 summer of cricket is shaping up to be an exciting season with a jam-packed domestic and international cricket schedule set to hit the 'G from October.

The ICC Men's T20 World Cup kicks off the season with a bang from October 23. The MCG will host six matches during the Super 12 phase in the tournament, including two exciting double-headers and featuring the two biggest rivalries in world cricket, plus the tournament’s Final on Sunday November 13. Click here to find out more. For tickets, click here.

The MCG will host its first white ball cricket match in over three years on November 22 as One-Day International (ODI) cricket returns to the ‘G. Australia will meet old foes England, before hosting South Africa for the Boxing Day Test. For more information, click here.

Fans of the big-hitting Big Bash League will be treated to an exciting summer with the 2022/23 season schedule to feature six matches at the ‘G. View the schedule here. Tickets for all MCG matches will be available for pre-sale on Tuesday August 16, and to the general public from Thursday August 18.

Marsh Sheffield Shield and Marsh One-Day Cup matches will also be played at the MCG throughout the summer. For more information, click here.


Tickets to the 2022/23 season of the Big Bash League are on sale now. Tickets are available via Ticketek.

Tickets for the 2022/23 international cricket season are now on sale. Visit Ticketek or going to

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