The National Rugby League (NRL) has released tickets for Ampol State of Origin Game Two next year at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The NRL has confirmed that the second State of Origin game will be played at the MCG on June 26, 2024.
Tickets are now available from $25 for adults and $70 for families for ticketed club members. Tickets for non-ticketed club members will go on sale at 1.00pm, followed by NRL account holders at 3.00pm. General public tickets will go on sale at 4.00pm.
NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said Melbourne would once again be central to the best sporting rivalry in Australia.
“State of Origin has had some amazing moments in Melbourne, from the first game held at the MCG in 1994, right up until the last game in 2018,” Mr Abdo said.
“State of Origin is the biggest rivalry in Australian sport and to be able to play at the iconic MCG is a great opportunity for fans as we all eagerly await another captivating series in 2024.”
Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Steve Dimopoulos said: “Australia’s biggest rugby league match will be played in Australia’s biggest stadium, as the MCG hosts the decisive second game of the 2024 State of Origin series.
“We’re proud to bring this iconic contest back to the MCG and welcoming fans from near and far to enjoy Melbourne’s vibrant hospitality, retail and hotel sectors.”
Tickets are on sale via nrl.com/tickets. Hospitality packages are now also available with a range of options including dining and cocktail functions that will suit all needs. Hospitality is available at nrl.com/hospitality.