Melbourne Cricket Club

Melbourne Cricket Club

Melbourne Cricket Club

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The Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) is a sporting club based in Melbourne, Australia. It was founded in 1838 and is regarded as the oldest sporting club in Australia.

The MCC is responsible for management and development of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, a power given to it by the government-appointed MCG Trust and an Act of Parliament. This also guarantees the club's occupation of about 20 per cent of the stadium for its members reserve.

In 1859, the MCC was involved in the drafting of the first set of rules for Australian rules football and, in 1877, hosted the first game of Test cricket in history - played between Australia and England. In 1971, the ground hosted the first One Day International cricket match.

As well as cricket, the MCC is also an umbrella organisation for other sports - golf, lacrosse, baseball, tennis, lawn bowls, real tennis, shooting, field hockey and squash.


The Melbourne Cricket Club is the largest sporting club in Australia. As of August 2010 there were 101,509 members of the club, of which 61,180 were "full members" and 40,329 were "restricted members", with 205,732 people registered on the waiting list.

Full membership entitles members to entry to the Members' Reserve at the MCG for all cricket and football matches and most special sporting events.Full members...
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