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Melbourne v Collingwood MCG AFL Tickets|The Medallion Club|Authorised AFL Reseller

Be there in Round 21 when Melbourne hosts Collingwood at the MCG. Make sure you are sitting in the best corporate seats with our 2019 Melbourne v Collingwood MCG Medallion Club tickets. Walk into the exclusive Legends Lounge Bar or book a dining package. The Golden Ticket has some of the best Melbourne v Collingwood AFL tickets available.

Melbourne v Collingwood AFL tickets

Round 21, Saturday, August 10th 1:45pm, MCG

Watch the Demons and the Magpies 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!

This page is for the Round 21 Melbourne v Collingwood match. Click here for the Round 12 Queens Birthday Collingwood v Melbourne match.

Watch all the Melbourne v Collingwood match day action from our MCG Medallion Club seating

Melbourne v Collingwood MCG Medallion Club seating
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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

Melbourne v Collingwood Centre Wing Seats (Section N17-22)

Ticket Type Price
Seat & Dining Package $325
Seat Only $120

Melbourne v Collingwood Wing Seats (Section N26)

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

History of the Melbourne v Collingwood rivalry

A traditional white collar (Melbourne) v blue collar (Collingwood) rivalry, this was the greatest rivalry in the VFL during the 1950s and 1960s. Having won the 1955, 1956 and 1957 premierships, only a narrow loss to Collingwood in the 1958 Grand Final stopped Melbourne from winning a fourth flag in a row in 1958. This meant Collingwood 1927-1930 are still the only team to have won four consecutive premierships. Half of Melbourne's twelve premierships came against Collingwood and the teams have met in seven grand finals, the most of any pairing.

Football has been played on the Queen’s or King’s Birthday holiday since 1897 with the first Melbourne v Collingwood Queen’s Birthday match in 1898. On June 16, 1958 a record home and away season crowd of 99,256 saw a top of the table match between the two teams where Melbourne defeated Collingwood by 11 points. The Demons were coached by Norm Smith. The leading goal kickers were Collingwood’s Ian Brewer with six, and Melbourne’s Ian Ridley with five. Ronald Dale Barassi kicked three goals. Since 2001, Melbourne has hosted Collingwood in an annual match at the MCG on the Queen's Birthday public holiday Monday in June. 2019 will be the first time that Collingwood will host this clash on Queen’s Birthday since 1999.

In 2014, former Melbourne coach Neale Daniher was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease (MND) and set about helping raise funds for researching the disease. The Big Freeze at the G is a MND fundraiser event at the Queen's Birthday match. In support of the "Cure for MND Foundation", several well known football and television personalities get dunked into a giant ice pool before the start of the game. Such personalities usually pledge to raise $10,000 for vital MND research after being nominated, and once successful at hitting this target, they then get to pass on the challenge and nominate the next personality into the "cold seat". This person in turn will raise funds and agree to "Freeze for MND" if their fundraising goal is met. The challenge will continue right up until the game, with each celebrity challenging the next.

The last 5 times they met

Year Winner Score Venue
Round 12, 2018 Collingwood 133 vs 91 MCG
Round 23, 2017 Collingwood 99 vs 83 MCG
Round 12, 2017 Melbourne 104 vs 100 MCG
Round 12, 2016 Melbourne 104 vs 58 MCG
Round 4, 2016 Melbourne 102 vs 67 MCG

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