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Address: Moore Park Road, Paddington NSW 2021
Ground dimensions: 149m x 136m
The SCG was officially opened in its current form in 1886, but sport has been played in its vicinity for many more years than that. It is currently undergoing another revamp, which began in August 2007.
Sydney Swans first played on the ground in 1982, when 15,764 spectators saw them defeat Melbourne by 29 points.
The SCG has witnessed some fine moments in Australian Football history, and has a record crowd for the sport of 46,168, who came to see the Swans play Geelong in August 1997.
The ground is a 15-minute walk from Central station, which is arguably Sydney's most accessible station. Trains from all destinations make regular stops at Central. Visit the CityRail website for full timetables.
Several routes run close to the Moore Park area, with shuttles often offered from Central Station on game days. Visit Sydney Buses for more detailed information.
|Round||Match||Sydney Swans Member Pre-sale||Public On-sale|
|3||Sydney Swans v GWS GIANTS||Monday March 9||Thursday March 12|
|5||Sydney Swans v Western Bulldogs||Monday March 9||Thursday March 12|
|9||Sydney Swans v Carlton||Monday April 20||Thursday April 23|
|13||Sydney Swans v Richmond||Monday May 18||Thursday May 21|
|14||Sydney Swans v Port Adelaide||Monday May 18||Thursday May 21|
|18||Sydney Swans v Adelaide Crows||Monday June 22||Thursday June 25|
|20||Sydney Swans v Collingwood||Monday July 6||Thursday July 9|
|23||Sydney Swans v Gold Coast SUNS||Monday July 27||Thursday July 30|
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