Match Classification

  • Saturday's match is classified as a walk up match. Members with a 2013 general admission membership can scan their card at any turnstile and proceed to sit in General Admission areas as specified below.
 Level 1Level 2Level 2ALevel 4
Ponsford StandM28 - M34Not AvailableN/AQ29 - Q36
Olympic StandM50 - M56Not AvailableN/AQ49 - Q57
Southern StandNot AvailableNot AvailableNot AvailableQ1 -Q15½

*The above information is subject to change without notice.

  • General admission members who would like to upgrade to a reserved seat for this match can do so by contacting Ticketek with their barcode online at or by phone on 132 849.
  • As this is a Saints home match, members with reserved seats will have access to their allocated MCG seat as printed on their card.

Member Match Day Services

  • The Saints Membership Marquee for sales & membership enquiries will be located at Gate 3 from 3.00pm until quarter time. Please note there will be no cards available for collection at the match, if you have purchased a membership in the past week and are yet to receive you can collect a ticket from Gate 3. Should you have any barcode issues or general enquiries please visit the marquee to speak with a Membership representative.

General Match Information

  • Patrons are able to pre-purchase general admission or reserved seat tickets for this match through, via 132 849 or at any ticket window on Saturday.
  • Children under the age of 5 enter for free but cannot occupy a seat if there is high demand for seating.
  • The Saints Cheer Squad will be seated in the Southern Stand, M3.

Social Club - Hassett Room
Ultimate and Premium Members receive access into the Social Club in the Hassett Room on Level 2 in the Southern Stand at the game. Join fellow Ultimate and Premium members for a meal before the game and come back at half time and after the game for a drink. The Social Club committee will be running a raffle and auction during the night as well.


Milestones - Nick Riewoldt 250 Games, Nick Dal Santo 250 Games and Sean Dempster 150 Games
This afternoon we celebrate the milestones of three champions of our club - Captain and 5-time Trevor Barker Award winner, Nick Riewoldt’s 250th Game and All-Australians Nick Dal Santo’s 250th game and Sean Dempster’s 150th game. Visit the St Kilda Football Club marquee at Gate 5 to collect your commemorative “Saints Milestones” poster and show them at half time of the game for your chance to win a double pass to the Robert Harvey Room (inc premium seat and dining) at the Rd 17 v Port Adelaide game with thanks to Official Club Partner - Peter Werth.

Also 2 lucky visitors to the AFL Playground at Gate 6 before the game will have the chance to participate in the commemorative “Rooey’s High Flyers” high marking competition before the game with a chance to win a team signed Guernsey!

The Saints Locker UD Truck will be located at Gate 5 from 2.30pm until quarter time and then again after the match. Nick Riewoldt and Nick Dal Santo 250th Game commemorative merchandise will be available as well as all 2013 ISC gear will be 25% off while stocks last, also if you need anything specific, please contact Saints Locker at or call 1300 GO SAINTS (467 246) prior to 12pm Friday 21 June, and we can bring it along for you. Follow us on Twitter @SaintsLocker to keep updated on all product updates, launches, and special offers.

AFL Playground
Don't forget to get down to the AFL Playground, Proudly Presented by Radiant. Located outside Gate 6 at the MCG on match days, it's a great, fun interactive zone for kids under 12 years old. There's plenty to do, including practicing your goal-kicking, taking a specky, face painting, giveaways and heaps more. It’s open from 90mins before the game through until the end of halftime - and it’s absolutely free!

Soldier On - St Kilda Football Club’s National Charity Partner
The St Kilda Football Club has formed a new charity partnership with Soldier On.

Soldier On is about Australians coming together to show their support for our physically and psychologically wounded; we will always have their backs.

They work to enhance recovery, inspire communities and empower Australia’s wounded servicemen and women, giving those who have served our country the dignity they deserve and the chance to do and be whatever they choose.

It is a partnership that the entire club - from the playing group to our staff and board - have embraced.

An important element of the partnership is to recognise a wounded ambassador at each game. Tonight’s ambassador is David Savage - David was attacked by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan in 2012. The bomber attacked as Mr Savage was with a group of soldiers and staff outside a bazaar in the Chora Valley, Uruzgan, where he was working with local communities on development activities. David’s career highlights include time as an Australian Federal Police officer, a UN peacekeeper and a member of the Australian Civilian Corps -showing his strong commitment to helping people in need.