Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
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Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia

With a capacity of 100,000 people, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is the largest stadium in Australia, and the world's 2nd largest cricket stadium after Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, India. Melbourne Cricket Ground is Located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria about 1km from Melbourne’s city centre.

Melbourne Ground is replete with a Gallery of Sport, two giant electronic scoreboards, and a vast array of corporate and media facilities. The MCG is the home of the Melbourne Cricket Club and there are few events in the Australian sporting calendar that evoke as much passion as the Boxing Day Test match, between Australia and a visiting team such as England, South Africa or India. Test matches run for five days.

The MCG is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register and was included on the Australian National Heritage List in 2005.

Stadium Details
Owner : Government of Victoria
Address : East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
End Names : Members End, Great Southern Stand End
Home Team : Australia, Victoria
Establishment : 1853
Playing Area : 172.9m long, 147.8m wide
Seating Capacity : 1,00,000 Approx
Floodlights : Yes
How to Arrive Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia
Airport : 28.0 Kms - 24 minutes from Melbourne Airport, VIC 3045, Australia
Transport : West Richmond Railway Station/Hoddle St (Richmond) is 168 meters away.
Local Transport : Train, Tram, Car, Taxi
Landmark : Yarra Park
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