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Melbourne Stars: Citipower Centre – BBL11 Match Access Info

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For the first time, the Melbourne Stars will play a BBL home match at the CitiPower Centre (Junction Oval) in St Kilda. Here’s everything you need to know about gaining access to this match.

MELBOURNE STARS VS PERTH SCORCHERS

This BBL|11 home match on Sunday 2 January 2022 will be a member-only match. You must be either be a Melbourne Stars Member, or purchase a Stars Hospitality package to access the event.

STARS MEMBERS

Priority 1 Stars Members (Premium ReservedGold, plus our Foundation Stars Members) will have CitiPower Centre grandstand seating included in their membership for this match.

If CitiPower Centre grandstand seating does not reach capacity with Priority 1 Members, then we will provide Priority 2 Members with the opportunity to upgrade and purchase grandstand seating for this match.

Priority 2 Stars Members (3 GameFlexi Pass & Stars MCC Members) will have general admission access included in their membership (but no grandstand access).

As noted above, should grandstand seating not reach capacity with Priority 1 Members, Priority 2 Members will be given the opportunity to upgrade and purchase grandstand seating for this match.

Priority 3 Stars Members (Stars Insider Members & Secondary Members) will be given 3rd priority to purchase general admission access to this match, subject to capacity.

MATCH HOSPITALITY

The CitiPower Centre BBL|11 match on Sunday 2 January 2022 will also have two premium options that Stars Members and fans can purchase:

Corporate Area (Colonial Lounge)
Priced at $49 per person, members and fans will be able to purchase into the Colonial Lounge area, located in front of the old Junction Oval scoreboard.

Stars Lounge – Hospitality
As with our MCG matches, the Stars Lounge will be available for $195 per person, with a total capacity of 200 in the CitiPower Centre Function Rooms on Level 2.

For more information about our Stars Hospitality packages, please email VIP@melbournestars.com.au or call 1300 MELB STARS (1300 635 278)

Go Stars!

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