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Grand Final Celebration at the G - 5 December, 2021


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18 hours ago, Satan said:

Dont think afl members will be open and maybe mcc , depends where stage is . They will want ppl to face stage . Dont think there will be  general  seating on field , maybe for team families and past players sponsors . It will be seating in stand so they can trace if they have to . Im just happy we can be there. 

Maybe the team can sync an on field replay as the game plays out in the big screen. All they would need would be 22 red, white and blue witches hats. 

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On 11/18/2021 at 4:39 PM, DubDee said:

man that's early, I was expecting a 3-6 type thing.

only 40K attending.  pity folks will have to miss out

I’m not sure it’s limited to 40k. I don’t think the club expects more than 40k to attend. You have to remember that 2 months have passed since the Gf. If it was the very next day, it may have been different

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1 hour ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

I’m not sure it’s limited to 40k. I don’t think the club expects more than 40k to attend. You have to remember that 2 months have passed since the Gf. If it was the very next day, it may have been different

Normally there are 30 k on the grass at premiers sunday morning event mostly still brain dead .

Not sure what is planned but neale ron swooper ?are likely to be there. Maybe tribute to players and coach who passed way to early . Maxs first interview  alluded to the fact of how they did it for those who passed. Not sure what the induction process is for players to the club is but the history of the club probably gets a mention and those who passed tragically too.

 

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21 hours ago, Demonland said:

You'd have to think that there will be food outlets open.

When I took the kids for the MCG tour and sports Museum back in April the cafe inside gate 3 was open during an average weekday with hardly anyone there. You'd have to assume they'll have at least a few of the outlets open.

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It’d be good to know a little bit more about how the day will look, will it be ticketed seating or will we be allowed on the hallowed turf?

Either way it’s going to be a great day!

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Hoping that the group of us that has been going to matches for the last 40 years can all get seated together. To celebrate from different seats would lessen the joy.

I reckon you will hear our usual shouting even tho it's only a replay.

i hope to hear the players commit to winning next year at the G in front of us loyal supporters.

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17 hours ago, radar said:

Nephew’s engagement day but nephews are over rated. 
Do we have to do the ticketek booking thing like during the season?

Engagement parties are certainly overrated as well! It’s not the 80’s anymore 😂

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1 hour ago, DubDee said:

Imma let you finish Goody

B…B… Beyoncé is gonna be there????

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On 11/20/2021 at 2:53 PM, radar said:

Nephew’s engagement day but nephews are over rated. 
Do we have to do the ticketek booking thing like during the season?

Yes see the info in the Club website.

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On 11/19/2021 at 1:43 PM, binman said:

I think it's like going to the cricket at the G in the 70s - you can bring your own esky

And the footy. Take the tallies and use the empties to stand on and miss the stuff coming down the terraces from behind !!

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4 minutes ago, Docs Demons said:

And the footy. Take the tallies and use the empties to stand on and miss the stuff coming down the terraces from behind !!

Where does  it say about Alcohol being taken into the ground ? 

I think the same rules that apply to the Footy or cricket will apply for Dec 5. 
Bag checks will be standard as QR coding etc. 

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5 hours ago, 58er said:

Where does  it say about Alcohol being taken into the ground ? 

I think the same rules that apply to the Footy or cricket will apply for Dec 5. 
Bag checks will be standard as QR coding etc. 

58er we are talking about the old days when you could BYO.

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