MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 24: An Eagles fan sits dejected after the 2005 AFL Grand Final between the Sydney Swans and the West Coast Eagles at the Melbourne Cricket Ground September 24, 2005 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

The hip pocket of AFL fans will be hit a little harder when wanting to buy food and drink at the MCG this season, with chips, pies, beer, soft drinks and water all undergoing price hikes.

A schooner of draught will now cost $10.50 at the footy, increasing by $1 from 2022's fee, while chips, pies and hot dogs all face the same markups, costing $5.50 each this year.

A bottle of water has risen by 60 cents to now cost $4.00, while soft drinks have jumped from $4.70 to $5.50.

Chicken burgers will now cost fans $11.00, undergoing a markup of $1.50 for the 2023 season.

The MCG price rises come just days after Marvel Stadium confirmed its price list for the year ahead, with the Docklands venue making a handful of changes.

While meat pies and hot chips will remain the same at $4.50, a schooner of beer will make the same jump at both Marvel Stadium and the MCG, moving from $9.50 to $10.50.

Marvel's pricing for a 600ml bottle of water has also jumped $4.00, while their cost for a hot dog ($6.00), burger ($12.00) and soft drink ($5.50) haven't changed from their 2022 pricings.

MCG food & drink prices for 2023 AFL season

Hot chips - $5.50 (up from $4.50 in 2022)
Hot dog - $5.50 (up from $4.50)
Meat Pie - $5.50 (up from $4.50)
Bottled water - $4.00 (up from $3.40)
Soft drink - $5.50 (up from $4.70)
Chicken burger - $11.00 (up from $9.50)
Schooner of beer - $10.50 (up from $9.50)

Data via News CorpĀ