Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne

  • CountryAustralia
  • CityMelbourne
  • Capacity100000
  • Flooditno
  • Established-
  • EndsMembers End and Great Southern Stand End

Australia's premier sporting venue, the Melbourne Cricket Ground is famous for two things – it's the biggest cricket stadium in the world, and second, its light towers are the tallest for any sporting venue. Essentially a multi-sport facility, 'The G' as it is referred to in common parlance, the Melbourne Cricket Ground can accommodate over a 100,000 people. While cricket is the main summer sport at the MCG, during winters, the MCG serves as home to Aussie rules football. Host to the first-ever Test match and the first-ever One Day International, the MCG has since gone on to regularly host Australia's customary 'Boxing Day' Test matches. In existence since 1853, 'The G' has also played host to Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games. Home to the Victorian Bushrangers, the MCG was recently added to the Australian Heritage Register, making it a heritage site. Memorable moments here include the underarm delivery by Trevor Chappell, Pakistan winning the 1992 World Cup and Darrell Hair no-balling Muralitharan for throwing.

Upcoming Matches on Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne

  • 3rd T20I, Sri Lanka tour of Australia, 2019

    Australia AUS
    Sri Lanka SL
    Nov, 01 Friday 01:40 PM
  • 2nd Test, New Zealand tour of Australia, 2019/20

    Australia AUS
    New Zealand NZ
    Dec, 26 Thursday 05:00 AM
  • Super 12 - Match 4, ICC World Twenty20, 2020

    New Zealand NZ
    West Indies WI
    Oct, 25 Sunday 01:30 PM
  • Super 12 - Match 11, ICC World Twenty20, 2020

    India IND
    A2 A2
    Oct, 29 Thursday 01:30 PM
  • Super 12 - Match 17, ICC World Twenty20, 2020

    India IND
    England ENG
    Nov, 01 Sunday 01:30 PM


Home Team Wins
Away Team Wins
Wins batting 1st
Wins batting 2nd
No Results
Neutral Team Wins
Matches Tied
Most Prolific Batsman
Don Bradman
Most Prolific Bowler
Dennis Lillee
Highest Innings Score
by Australia on December 26, 2016 - Australia beat Pakistan by an innings and 18 runs
Lowest Innings Score
by South Africa on February 12, 1932 - Australia beat South Africa by an innings and 72 runs
Highest Score by an Individual
by Bob Cowper v England on February 11, 1966 - Australia drew with England
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
by Sarfraz Nawaz v Australia on March 10, 1979 - Pakistan beat Australia by 71 runs