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Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs MCG AFL Tickets|The Medallion Club|Authorised AFL Reseller

Watch Hawthorn and Western Bulldogs battle it out from the comfort of the best seats in the house with our 2019 Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs MCG Medallion Club tickets. As a trusted AFL Authorised On-seller, we have access to some of the best Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs AFL tickets available.

Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs AFL tickets

Round 2, Sunday, 31st March 3:20pm, MARVEL STADIUM

Watch Hawthorn and the Western Bulldogs battle it out from the comfort of the best seats in the house with our 2019 MCG Medallion Club tickets. We have premium football tickets to every round in the MCG Medallion Club.

You’ll be in the best seats in the house and enjoy access to the finest facilities for celebrations. Normally, you need an annual Medallion Club membership to enjoy seats like these. But, at The Golden Ticket, you can buy tickets for each game individually.  Make sure you get in touch early and book your seats today!


Watch all the Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs match day action from our MCG Medallion Club seating

Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs MCG Medallion Club seating
Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs Tom Wills Dining Room MCG tickets
Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs MCG AFL Level 2 view tickets

With tickets to the Medallion Club, you'll have access to the best views on ground, from your choice of:

Centre Wing Seats: N17-N22 - Undercover (click to view)
Wing Seats: N26 Undercover
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These premium seats provide uninterrupted views on level 2, undercover from the elements and with easy access to the Legends Lounge Bar.

Medallion Club dining in the Tom Wills Room and the Legends Room include premium food and beverages in the best located dining rooms at the MCG.

  • A la carte 3-course meal

  • Continuous service of premium beverages from approximately two hours pre-game until 30 minutes post-match

  • Half Time Fare: Scones, Pies, Sausage Rolls & Pasties

  • Tea, coffee and chocolates

  • Post match refreshments

  • Copy of AFL Record for each guest

  • MC and Guest Speaker for selected matches

Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs Centre Wing Seats (Section N17-22)

Ticket Type Price
Seat & Dining Package $300
Seat Only $100

Hawthorn v Western Bulldogs Wing Seats (Section N26)

Ticket Type Price
Seat & Dining Package $275
Seat Only $80

1961 VFL Grand Final: Hawthorn v Footscray

For the first few decades after joining the VFL in 1925, both Hawthorn and Footscray spent most of their time in the bottom four of the ladder. After a number of winless finals campaigns, the Dogs broke through for their first premiership in 1954. By contrast the Hawks didn't even make the finals until 1957. So it was an unusual finals series to see Hawthorn, St Kilda and Footscray joining perennial finalist Melbourne in the top 4.

Hawthorn finishing on top of the ladder went straight through to the Grand Final defeating Melbourne by 7 points in the second semi final. The Bulldogs knocked off the Saints and the Demons on their way to the Grand Final. This was the first Grand Final since 1953 that the Demons hadn’t played in.

In front of 107,935 spectators, the Bulldogs worked their way to an eight-point lead at half-time, but were clearly struggling with the physicality of their hardened opponents. Bulldogs rover Merv Hobbs recalled eight players needing first aid, while ruckman John Schultz remembered: The selectors looked around and could see we were in a bad way. In those days, strange to realise, we didn't hydrate. We were told not to drink too much in case we got cramps. We just ran out of legs. And Hawthorn were brutal. They made every contest a physical clash.  In the second half, the Hawks moved John Peck into the ruck and had Winneke and Hill crash into Schultz at every ruck contest. Hawthorn led by centreman Brendan Edwards, pulled away from the tiring Bulldogs, kicking ten goals to two to take out their first VFL premiership.

The last 5 times they met

Year Winner Score Venue
Round 16, 2018 Hawthorn 122 vs 59 Etihad
Round 23, 2017 Hawthorn 99 vs 90 Etihad
2016 Semi Final Western Bulldogs 107 vs 84 MCG
Round 3, 2016 Hawthorn 93 vs 90 Etihad
Round 3, 2015 Hawthorn 127 vs 57 UTAS

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