$150,000,000 (1992 Southern stand redevelopment) $460,000,000 (2006 Northern stand redevelopment)

What is smaller than the MCG?

The Gabba. The Gabba is one of the smallest grounds in the AFL at 137 metres wide and 156 metres long. That makes it ever so slightly skinnier than the MCG.

What does mcg stand for in cricket?

The Melbourne Cricket Ground is regarded as Australia’s premier sporting venue.

What is difference in mg and mcg?

One milligram is one thousandth of a gram and one thousand micrograms. A milligram is generally abbreviated as mg. One microgram is one millionth of a gram and one thousandth of a milligram. It is usually abbreviated as mcg or ug.

What size is Kardinia Park?

170 x 115 m
Kardinia Park (stadium)

Field size

170 x 115 m

Surface

Grass

Construction

Construction cost

A$319 million redevelopment (2003–2023)

Architect

Populous (company), Peddle Thorp (Redevelopment)

Who owns MCG?

Victoria State Government
MCG Trust
Melbourne Cricket Ground/Owners

How big is the MCG in square meters?

The MCG has a total of about 20,000 square metres in area and measures 171 x 146 metres, from fence to fence. The boundary line measures five metres from the fence. The total volume of the MCG is 1.7 million cubic metres. – Centre square – each line is 45 metres in length. – Goal square width is 6.4m. – Goal square length is 9m.

What is the total volume of the MCG?

The total volume of the MCG is 1.7 million cubic metres. Some measurements specific to the AFL are: – Centre square – each line is 45 metres in length. – Goal square width is 6.4m.

How tall are the goal posts at the MCG?

– Centre square – each line is 45 metres in length. – Goal square width is 6.4m. – Goal square length is 9m. The goal posts for AFL matches are 15 metres high and the point posts 10 meters high. The length of the cricket pitch is 22 yards, which in metric terms is 20.12 metres.

How big is the seating capacity at the MCG?

The total capacity of the MCG is about 100,018. There is around 95,000 seats and about 5,000 spots for patrons to stand. Modern patrons have a demand for comfortable seats and a clear view, these come at the cost of capacity. By the mid-nineties annual attendances at the MCG exceeded 3.5 million – more than the population of Melbourne at the time.