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Every year for over 150 years, thousands of Melbournian's get excited for Melbourne Demons Tickets. Melbourne is a massive football club with a huge following. The Melbourne Football Club is named after the city of Melbourne in Victoria. Interestingly, many people don’t know that the Melbourne Football Club is the world’s oldest professional club amongst any football code. The Melbourne Cricket Club is where the Demons call home. Ticketblaster has you covered with excellent seats. We have sold thousands of tickets to AFL matches and the Demons.
The Melbourne Cricket Ground, known around the world as The MCG or The G, is home to Melbourne Football Club. Ticketblaster has been supplying Melbourne Demons Tickets to supporters at the MCG for many years. The MCG holds over 100,000 people. The atmosphere at the stadium is electric. Many AFL fans lose their voices shouting for their favourite team to win the match. There is no better place to watch the Melbourne Demons than at the MCG. Many International visitors to Melbourne will book tours of the MCG months in advance to see the home of cricket and AFL. The MCG hosts all sporting events from AFL to rugby, cricket, soccer, and musical events of all types. In recent times, the MCG has gone under redevelopments to increase the size of the stadium. Be sure to grab Melbourne Demons Tickets from Ticketblaster. We have you covered!
The Melbourne Demons was established in 1858, which makes it the oldest clubs in the AFL. In 2008, the club celebrated its 150th birthday. The celebration was led by naming 150 heros. The team also created a birthday logo which was used on the the team’s official jumper. The team first played outside the MCG in winter in 1858. It is recorded that football was formed to keep cricket players fit throughout winter, when they don’t play cricket. In 1877, the Melbourne Demons became a foundation member of the Victorian Football Association (VFA).
Due to the struggles Melbourne has faced in recent years, their membership is not as strong as they would like. However, on the positive, there has been an increase from 2015 to 2016. In 2015, Melbourne Demons Football Club had 35,953 paid members. In 2016, the Demons had 39,146 paid members. With improvements to their footy game and management, many expect Melbourne’s support base to return.
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