Hawks fans celebrate during the round one match between Hawthorn and North Melbourne at the MCG on March 20, 2022. Picture: AFL Photos

The AFL has announced a price freeze on General Admission tickets for all matches at the MCG and Marvel Stadium across the 2024 Toyota AFL Premiership Season.

This is the sixth year in a row tickets have remained the same as the AFL continues its commitment to affordability by once again freezing general admission tickets at $27 Adult, $18 Concession, and $5 child. Kids under four years old continue to be free. 
Additionally, following a successful trial and then implementation in 2022 and 2023, the Family ticket, consisting of two Adults and two Children for $54 will be available at all home and away season games at both the MCG and Marvel Stadium.  
There are 90 Home and Away matches spread across the two venues (47 matches at the MCG, 43 matches Marvel Stadium). 
In 2023 the AFL broke the all-time attendance record with 8.13 million fans attending matches across the entire season. 
Tickets for MCG (Ticketek) and Marvel Stadium (Ticketmaster) matches, go on sale on Tuesday 27th February for Club and AFL Members, followed by sale to the General Public on Wednesday 28th February. Exact times are listed at the bottom of this release. 
“More than 8.13 million fans attended a game last season, our biggest season ever and with the 2024 season 24 days away, momentum is quickly building.” AFL Executive General Manager Customer and Commercial Kylie Rogers said. 
“The price freeze and family ticket are part of our commitment to fans in keeping footy prices affordable and accessible as cost-of-living pressures continue to be front of mind for every household,
“We are really aware of the challenges everyone is facing; this is the sixth year in a row we have frozen GA prices – it is an important part of continuing to make the game as accessible as possible. 
“In driving key commercial outcomes, it allows us to keep AFL matches affordable and accessible while also working with another of our key priorities to ensure our game continues to be at community level, where young boys and girls can play footy and participation is growing.” 
“Opening Round across NSW and Queensland has had great uptake from fans so far and I know come the Thursday night of Round One at the MCG, the precinct will be buzzing and hopefully more than 80,000 in attendance to see the Blues and Tigers.” 
Ticket on-sale times 
MCG (Ticketek) 
Tuesday 27th February 
12pm – Club Members (Rounds 1-15) 
2pm – AFL Members (Rounds 1-6 Only) 
Wednesday 28th February 
12pm – General Public (Rounds 1-15) 
MARVEL STADIUM (Ticketmaster) 
Tuesday 27th February 
10am – AFL Members (Rounds 1-6 Only) 
12pm – Club Members (Rounds 1-15) 
Wednesday 28th February 
12pm – General Public (Rounds 1-15) 
Tickets go on sale dates are staggered for each individual state with full details here for national sales: https://www.afl.com.au/tickets/onsale-dates/toyota-afl-premiership-season 
All 18 clubs set the ticket prices for their individual home and away matches, with the AFL establishing a commercial arrangement with the MCG and AFL owned Marvel Stadium on the general admission and family ticket prices at these venues. 
The AFL sets all the ticket prices for the annual Gather Round and the Toyota AFL Finals Series.