SCG Dress Code

Members and their Guests are expected to dress to a standard that is in keeping with the dignity and traditions of the Members Reserve. The Members Reserve includes the MA Noble Stand, the Don Bradman Stand, Members Pavilion and Ladies Pavilion. A higher standard of dress is expected in the SCG Members Pavilion.

Official team jerseys of the participating clubs can be worn in the Members Reserve but not in the Members Pavilion.

Following a review in late 2015, clean and neat blue jeans are no longer restricted from the Members Pavilion, and are acceptable in all the Members' Reserve.

Dress regulations apply to children 15 years and older.

 

Members Reserve - Acceptable Dress

Women:

Dresses, skirts, jeans, dress trousers or tailored dress shorts.

Dresses and blouses may be sleeveless.

Enclosed shoes, sandals or leather footwear.

Trainers/sneakers are permitted provided they are clean and in good condition.

Official jerseys of the participating teams.

Men:

A collared shirt, irrespective of whether a jacket or collared sweater is worn over the shirt. The only exception is a turtleneck sweater worn underneath a jacket.

Tailored dress shorts, jeans or trousers.

Fully enclosed shoes, including trainers/sneakers are permitted provided they are clean and in good condition.

Official team jerseys of the participating teams.

 

Additional Requirements for Members’ Pavilion:

No shorts.

No joggers, runners, track or sporting shoes.

No team jerseys.

 

 

Members Reserve – Unacceptable Dress

Women:

Brief or revealing tops including but not limited to; strapless, halter neck or tops that show bare midriff.

Leggings worn as pants. Footless tights are acceptable if a suitable dress or skirt is worn over the top.

Tracksuit pants, or athletic shorts.

Ragged, tattered, unclean or torn clothing (irrespective of the cost of such garments).

Clothing with offensive messages.

Bathers, bikinis, or similar swim wear.

Rubber thongs, dilapidated shoes, gumboots, crocs, UGG boots or slippers.

Men:

Shirts without a collar, irrespective of whether a jacket or collared sweater is also worn.

Board shorts, swimming shorts, Hawaiian-style shorts and athletic shorts.

Tracksuit pants or work overalls.

Clothing with offensive messages.

Slides and sandals (if toes are visible, they are unacceptable).

Rubber thongs, dilapidated shoes, gumboots, crocs, UGG boots or slippers.