Stadiums
 AAMI Park

Capacity: 30,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Batman Ave, Melbourne
 Adams Oval
Adams Oval is the home ground of Salisbury United. The playing surface requires tender care and can suffer when subjected to wet conditions. The ground has good facilities which include a licensed bar and clubrooms. It is located in the outer northern suburbs of Adelaide.

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8258 5452
Fax: (08) 8258 5452
Address: Decimal Road Salisbury North SA 5108
 Adelaide Oval
to be added.
Capacity: 25
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: Memorial Drive Adelaide
 Allianz Stadium

Capacity: 45,500
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Moore Park, Sydney
 AMI Stadium

Capacity: 18,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Christchurch
 Athelstone Recreation Reserve
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Capacity: 0
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: 267 Lower Athelstone Road Athelstone SA 5074
Athelstone Recreation Reserve is the home of the following club : NAB
 Aurora Stadium

Capacity: 21,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Launceston
 Aussie Stadium
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Aussie Stadium in Sydney.
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Aussie Stadium seating map
Aussie Stadium is located at Moore Park in Sydney, only 4km from the central business district and adjacent to the popular bars, restaurants, cinemas and shops of the Entertainment Quarter.

Notable events:

14 July 1988 Australia thrashed soccer giants Argentina 4-1 in the Bicentenary Gold Cup

17 July 1988 Australia met Brazil in the final ofthe Bicentenary Gold Cup soccer toutnament, loosing a tight clash 1-0

15 August 1993 Goalkeeper, Mark Schwartzer, starred for Australia in a dramatic penalty shootout, as the Socceroos defeated Canada in World Cup qualifying.

31 October 1993 Australia met Argentina in the final round of World Cup qualification, with the great Diego Maradona in action - the result was a 1-1 draw in front of a record crowd of 43,967.

16-28 September 2000 Aussie Stadium was the main venue for the Olympic Games Football (soccer), hosting 226,519 patrons for 10 games on seven competition days, including the women's gold and bronze medal matches and the mens bronze medal match.

28 August 2005 A record crowd for domestic, non finals football was set at Aussie Stadium when 25,208 fans cheered Sydney FC's debut game in the A-League. At kick off over 15,000 fans were inside the ground. After 20mins into the match the gates were opened allowing the remaining 1600 fans in for free. This is only the second time in history that the Trust had opened the gates to an event, (the first was the World Series Cricket at the SCG in 1978). Sydney FC drew with Melbourne Victory 1-1, with star recruit Dwight Yorke scoring in the 44th minute.

Capacity: 41,159
Phone: (02) 9360 6601
Fax: (02) 9360 1319
Address: Moore Park Road Paddington
Aussie Stadium is the home of the following club : Sydney FC
 Bailey Reserve
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Bailey Reserve
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Bailey Reserve - clubrooms
This suburban football ground is located in the inner south-eastern suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*large childrens playground located nearby but not viewable from the ground and may not be accesible on match days
*limited undercover seating
*undercover standing room
*car parking inside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8293 4012
Fax: (08) 8371 4177
Address: Winona Avenue Clarence Gardens SA 5039
Bailey Reserve is the home of the following club : Cumberland United Foxes
 Bluetongue Stadium

Capacity: 20,059
Phone: (02) 4337 2500
Fax: TBA
Address: Pacific Hwy, Gosford, NSW
 Byrne Park
This country football ground is located in the town of Port Pirie which is 231km north of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
-no information-

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8632 2231
Fax: (08) 8633 2230
Address: Magor Road Port Pirie SA 5540
Byrne Park is the home of the following club : Northern Demons
 Camden Sports Complex
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Camden Park Sports Complex
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Camden Park Sports Complex - clubrooms
Campden Sports Complex is a suburban ground located in the western suburbs of Adelaide next to the popular beachside suburb Glenelg.

The facility was significantly renovated in early 2000 and is now one of the best suburban grounds in Adelaide. It has good lighting suitable for playing night games. It includes two additional pitches with lighting suitable for training and junior games.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover seating
*undercover standing room
*car parking available inside the ground
*lighting sufficient for night games


Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8376 2865
Fax: (08) 8295 2101
Address: Morphett Road Novar Gardens SA 5040
Camden Sports Complex is the home of the following club : Adelaide Galaxy
 Campbelltown Stadium

Capacity: 21,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Pembroke Road, Leumeah, NSW
 Carnegie Reserve
Carnegie Reserve is located in the western suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8345 0803
Fax: (08) 8345 0806
Address: Corner Low Street and Kingston Avenue Royal Park SA 5014
Carnegie Reserve is the home of the following club : Western Strikers
 Carrington Park

Capacity: 13,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Bathurst
 Central Coast Stadium
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Central Coast Stadium
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Central Coast Stadium seating map
Central Coast Stadium has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s most picturesque venues and upon viewing the idyllic bayside stadium, it is easy to see why.

The construction of Central Coast Stadium was completed in February 2000, bringing a premier multifunctional facility overlooking the beautiful Brisbane Waters to the Central Coast.

With a total capacity of 20,059, Central Coast Stadium has played host to many major events, including International Rugby Union, NRL, boxing, motorcross and open-air rock concerts as well as a multitude of local sporting and community events.

In 2005/06 the Central Coast Mariners permanently based themselves at Central Coast Stadium.

Central Coast Stadium has a brief football history, having hosted a quartet of National Soccer League games in recent years.

Football made its debut on the Central Coast in April 2000, when the Northern Spirit strayed from their North Sydney home to host the Canberra Cosmos.

In front of an enthusiastic 10,214 spectators, the visiting Cosmos ran out 2-1 victors. The Spirit went on to relocate a further two of their matches to Central Coast Stadium in their remaining years.

Fellow NSL side Newcastle United brought one of their fixtures to the coast, that being in November 2001 when they defeated Sydney Olympic 1-0 in front of 6,085 people.

Travelling to Central Coast Stadium is simple, given its immediate proximity to Gosford Train Station, which is located an approximate five minute walk from the stadium. Regular Cityrail services run from Sydney’s North Shore and Newcastle. Bus services operate from all over the Central Coast.

Capacity: 20,059
Phone: (02) 4337 2500
Fax: (02) 4322 9287
Address: Corner Pacific Highway and Dane Drive Gosford 2250
Central Coast Stadium is the home of the following club : Central Coast Mariners
 Con Makris Park

Capacity: 500
Phone: 8376 2865
Fax: TBA
Address: Morphett Road Novar Gardens
 Cove Sports and Social Club
The home ground of The Cover Soccer Club.
Capacity: 0
Phone: 83815411
Fax: -
Address: Oval Road Hallet Cover SA 5158
Cove Sports and Social Club is the home of the following club : The Cove
 Croatian Sports Centre


The excellent facility was opened in 2000 and boasts a complex of four grounds. It is part of the State Sports Park. The facility is located in the mid northern suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*childrens playground located next to ground
*undercover seating
*car parking available inside the ground

Capacity: 4,000
Phone: 0417 783 068
Fax: (08) 8340 7659
Address: State Sports Park Main North Road Gepps Cross SA 5094
Croatian Sports Centre is the home of the following club : Raiders
 Dairy Farmers Stadium

Capacity: 26,500
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Townsville
 Energy Australia Stadium
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Energy Australia Stadium
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Energy Australia Stadium seating map
EnergyAustralia Stadium is situated at Turton Road, New Lambton, approximately a 10 minute drive from the Newcastle CBD. The nearest airport is Newcastle Airport at Williamtown, approximately a 25 minute drive from the stadium.

You can reach EnergyAustralia Stadium via bus or train. There is a bus stop located outside the main entrance to EnergyAustralia Stadium. For train travel, catch the train to Broadmeadow station and either walk the short distance (about 15 minutes) to the stadium or catch a taxi.

The stadium was first opened in 1969 and a major refurbishment was completed in 2005.

Capacity: 26,164
Phone: (02) 4952 1133
Fax: (02) 4952 5118
Address: Turton Road, New Lambton NSW 2305
Energy Australia Stadium is the home of the following club : Newcastle Jets
 Etihad Stadium

Capacity: 56,347
Phone: (03) 8625 7700
Fax: TBA
Address: Harbour Esplanade, Docklands VIC 3008
Etihad Stadium is the home of the following club : Melbourne Heart
 Forsyth Barr Stadium

Capacity: 30,748
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Anzac Avenue, Logan Park, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand
 Grange Sports Complex
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Grange Sports Complex
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Grange Sports Complex - clubrooms
The Grange Sports Complex is the headquarters of the South Australian Amateur Soccer League. It comprises a series of grounds with excellent playing surface and very good lighting. It is located in the western beachside suburb of Grange and is right next door to West Lakes.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover standing room for main ground
*car parking
*lighting sufficient for local night games

Capacity: 2,000
Phone: (08) 8353 7355
Fax: (08) 8353 7811
Address: Corner of Military Road & Trimmer Parade Grange SA 5022
 Hanson Reserve
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Hanson Reserve
Hanson is a suburban ground located in the western suburbs of Adelaide towards Port Adelaide.

It has long be associated with local football having been the home ground of several clubs including Adelaide Juventus, Enfield and Adelaide Raiders. Adelaide Raiders last played on the ground in 2000 before moving to their new facilities.

The facility was renovated by the local council in 2005 at an estimated cost of $400,000. Football returned to Hanson Reserve in 2006 with Adelaide Olympic playing their home games at the ground.

The ground includes a cycling track around its perimeter giving it the distinctive banked walls and bowl-like shape.

Ground facilities:
*canteen/bar
*small grandstand
*car parking available inside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: Hookings Tce and Sixth Avenue Woodville Gardens 5012
Hanson Reserve is the home of the following club : Adelaide Olympic
 Hawks Nest
The Hawks Nest is the home of the following club: Adelaide Hills Hawks
Capacity: 0
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Corner Hutchens and Onkaparinga Road, Woodside 5244
 Hindmarsh Stadium
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Map of Hindmarsh Stadium
Hindmarsh Stadium is the best purpose built football stadium in Australia. It was completely rebuilt for the 2000 Olympics at an estimated cost of $30m with an all seated capacity of 15,000. The ground capacity can be increased by 3,000 with the addition of temporary stands and seating.
It is located in the inner western suburbs of Adelaide approximately 10 minutes from the city centre.

Ground facilities:
*multiple canteens
*multipe bars
*clubrooms
*large capacity undercover grandstand
*15500 capacity all seated
*Lighting 1600 lux (suitable for digital television)
*Change rooms and trainers room
*VIP facilities – 22 corporate boxes and 1 media box
*Media Facilities
*First Aid medical room
*Administration facilities
*Stadium management and security system
*Recreation Areas
*Dining Facilities
*VIP Parking

Notes:
*Hindmarsh Stadium is a non-smoking facility
*Umbrellas are not allowed into the ground

Capacity: 15,500
Phone: (08) 8241 7122
Fax: (08) 8241 7133
Address: Holden Street Hindmarsh SA 5007
Hindmarsh Stadium is the home of the following club : Adelaide United
 Hunter Stadium

Capacity: 33,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Newlambton, Newcastle
 John Hart Reserve
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John Hart Reserve
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John Hart Reserve - clubrooms
John Hart Reserve is also known as Pirate Park. It is a suburban ground located in the western suburbs of Adelaide in the port district.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*very limited undercover seating
*very limited undercover standing room
*car parking available inside the ground
*ground lighting sufficient for night games

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8449 9510
Fax: (08) 8341 5850
Address: Swan Terrace Ethelton SA 5015
John Hart Reserve is the home of the following club : Pirates
 Karbeethan Reserve
Home ground of Gawler.
Located north of Adelaide just off the Gawler bypass.

Ground Directions - click here

Capacity: 500
Phone: 0413 304 079
Fax: TBA
Address: Angle Vale Rd Evanston Gardens South Australia 5118
Karbeethan Reserve is the home of the following club : Gawler Eagles
 Karingal Reserve
Karingal Reserve is located in the southern coastal suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking available outside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8386 0172
Fax: (08) 8327 4028
Address: Corner Norseman Street and Cliff Avenue Port Noarlunga South SA 5167
Karingal Reserve is the home of the following club : Seaford Rangers
 Karinya Reserve
Karinya Reserve is located in the south-eastern foothills of Adelaide. It is a small ground with limited facilities. The ground playing surface deteriorates rapidly when subjected to heavy rainfall during winter.

Previous attempts to upgrade the ground have been stymied by local residents and an un-supportive council.

Previous ground tenant Blackwood Soccer Club had an ongoing battle with the residents and the council over Karinya Reserve. One facet of the battle was over ground signage with residents repeatedly damaging sponsor signage around the ground. The residents eventually won their way and the council demanded the removal of the ground signage.

There was also a long term dispute with the Mitcham Council over who was responsible for paying the water bill. Eventually the council demanded payment of the water bill, enforced its demand and closed the club. The council subsequently sold the excellent clubrooms at the ground which were transportable and they were removed by the buyer.

The ground is currently used as a temporary ground by Adelaide Hills while they construct their new home ground.

Ground facilities:
*temporary canteen
*car parking available outside the ground

Capacity: 1,500
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: Corner Shepherds Hill Road and Northcote Road Eden HIlls SA 5050
Karinya Reserve is the home of the following club : Adelaide Hills Hawks
 Latrobe City Stadium

Capacity: 12,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Morwell, Vic
 Marden Sports Complex
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Marden Sports Complex
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Marden Sports Complex - clubrooms
The Marden Sports Complex is one of the best suburban football ground in South Australia. The facility was completed in 2000. It includes an undercover seated stadium and is surrounded by three training/junior grounds.

The Marden Sports Complex is located in the inner north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide.

In 2004 several of the Oceania World Cup qualifying games were played at the complex including Australia's 6-1 victory over Fiji.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover seating
*undercover standing room
*car parking available outside the ground
*media facility
*lighting for night games

Capacity: 6,000
Phone: (08) 8363 9906
Fax: (08) 8332 7627
Address: 65 Lower Portrush Road Marden SA 5070
Marden Sports Complex is the home of the following club : Adelaide Blue Eagles
 ME Bank Stadium
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Members Equity Stadium in Perth
Members Equity Stadium was formerly known as Perth Oval. It was established in 1910 and one of its grandstands is heritage listed. The stadium underwent major renovations in 2003.

The 18,000 capacity stadium is now regarded as one of the best rectangular football stadiums in Australia. and the Grandstand is heritage listed. There is a proposed second phase of development to take capacity up to 25,000, providing an array of new facilities.

Members Equity Stadium is also home to the famous Glory Shed. This affectionally labeled tin shed is the site of Perth Glory's famous and very vocal supporters group.

Capacity: 18,000
Phone: (08) 9492 6000
Fax: (08) 9492 6060
Address: 310 Pier Street East Perth WA 6004
ME Bank Stadium is the home of the following club : Perth Glory
 Modbury Soccer Ground
The Modbury Soccer Ground is a suburban ground located in the mid northern suburbs of Adelaide. It has good lighting suitable for playing night games.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover standing room
*car parking available inside the ground
*lighting sufficient for night games

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8264 9298
Fax: (08) 8264 9298
Address: Corner Golden Grove Rd and Milne Rd Ridgehaven SA 5097
Modbury Soccer Ground is the home of the following club : Modbury Jets
 Newton Sportsground
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Newton Sports Field
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Newton Sports Field - clubrooms and sports stadium
Newton Sportsground is a high standard suburban football ground. It has an excellent playing surface and includes an indooor sports stadium next to the ground. It is located in the north eastern suburbs of Adelaide close to the Adelaide foothills.

The facility includes a second ground of a suitable standard for senior league games. In addition there are a handful of other grounds used for junior games that together make this one of the largest football ground complexes in Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover standing room
*car parking available inside the ground
*also has an indoor football field next to the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8337 0907
Fax: (08) 8337 0988
Address: Corner Stradbroke Road and Whites Lane Newton SA 5074
Newton Sportsground is the home of the following club : Campbelltown City Red Devils
 nib Stadium

Capacity: 22,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Perth Oval, Perth
 North Harbour Stadium
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North Harbour Stadium - Auckland New Zealand
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North Harbour Stadium - Auckland New Zealand
North Harbour Stadium is situated on the North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand. It opened in March 1997. It has a capacity of 25,000 including 19,000 Seats, with 12,000 of them in the main grandstand. It is floodlit to world standards with four 45 meter light towers.

The stadium has played host to a wide variety of sporting events. All Black test matches and trial games, Kiwi Rugby League Internationals, All White World Cup qualifying matches, International Gridiron, Soccer’s Chatham Cup final, Super 12 and NPC Rugby fixtures, the FIFA Under 17 World Football Championship and the home games for A-League club New Zealand Knights.

Capacity: 25
Phone: 6494 414 015
Fax: 6494 414 015
Address: Corner Albany Expressway and Oteha Valley Road Albany New Zealand 1311
North Harbour Stadium is the home of the following club : New Zealand Knights
 O'Sullivans Beach Sports Complex
The O'Sullivan Beach Sports Complex is a suburban ground located in the southern suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking available outside the ground

Capacity: 2,000
Phone: (08) 8387 7088
Fax: (08) 8322 9861
Address: Galloway Road O'Sullivan Beach SA 5166
O'Sullivans Beach Sports Complex is the home of the following club : South Adelaide Panthers
 Olympic Park Stadium
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Olympic Park Stadium
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Olympic Park Stadium - layout map
Situated in the heart of Melbourne's sports and entertainment precinct, Olympic Park Stadium has always been a special place in the history of Melbourne.

Over the past 150 years, the site, has been home to Melbourne’s Botanical Gardens, Australia's first Zoological Gardens, Melbourne Football Ground, and Melbourne's Friendly Society Gardens.

The site was developed for the 1956 Olympic Games, with the building of two stadiums, a velodrome, and a new world standard 5,500 seat swimming pool. At the Games these facilities accommodated hockey, soccer, athletics, swimming and diving. In 1972 the velodrome was demolished and converted into an 800-space car park, and both of the stands were covered.

Football has been a big part of Olympic Park's history with many internationals and domestic games being played at the venue. World Cup Qualifiers in the '80's and NSL Grand Finals in the '90's have been held at the ground, and it has also been the home of many clubs including Carlton SC and the Melbourne Knights.

In 1997, the Western sports ground was upgraded with a new international standard athletics track, refurbished seating, new functions rooms, corporate facilities, landscaping and signage.

Today, Olympic Park Stadium features an accredited FIFA soccer pitch, athletics track, concert facilities, a range of hospitality facilities, and can accommodate up to 18,500 people.

Olympic Park Stadium is located approximately one kilometre form the Central Business District and is easily accessible via tram, train, bus, car and watercraft.

Typical Seating Capacities
Western Grandstand 2750
Western Terrace 1800
Eastern Grandstand 5250
North East Terrace 4500
South East Terrace 2900

Total: 18,500

Capacity: 18,500
Phone: (03) 9286 1600
Fax: -
Address: Swan St Melbourne Victoria 3000
Olympic Park Stadium is the home of the following club : Melbourne Victory
 Pennington Oval
Home ground of Toros.
Located in the north west of Adelaide.

Ground Directions - click here

Capacity: 0
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Corner Butler Avenue and Gilligan Street, Pennington
Pennington Oval is the home of the following club : Western District Toros
 Polonia Reserve
The Polonia Reserve is an excellent suburban ground located in the western suburbs of Adelaide. It has good lighting suitable for playing night games.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking available outside the ground
*lighting sufficient for night games

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8340 2525
Fax: (08) 8340 2526
Address: 7 Essex Crescent Croydon Park SA 5008
Polonia Reserve is the home of the following club : Croydon Kings
 Ram Park
An excellent suburban ground located in the mid northern suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking available outside ground
*lighting sufficient for training only

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8266 6499
Fax: (08) 8266 5098
Address: Fosters Road Oakden SA 5086
Ram Park is the home of the following club : Adelaide City
 Ramsay Park
Ramsay Park is a suburban ground located in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. The ground was encircled by a cycling track but that has been removed. The banks from the cycling track still remain and give the ground its distinctive bowl like appearance.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover seating
*car parking available outside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: 08-2554009
Fax: (08) 8287 1843
Address: Barfield Crescent Elizabeth West SA 5113
Ramsay Park is the home of the following club : Playford City Patriots
 Robina Stadium
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Robina Stadium
Skilled Park was officially opened in March 2008 and is the home ground of the Gold Coast United Football Club.

The multi-purpose, world class sporting and entertainment stadium was constructed over a two-year period and includes seating for 27,400 spectators.

The stadium includes 100 open corporate boxes, 25 closed corporate suites, two 450 seat function rooms, 16 food and beverage outlets as well as management offices and associated facilities.

Skilled Park has been designed without public car parking spaces. Catch a free bus or train straight to the door or drive to one of the local park 'n' ride facilities and enjoy a free shuttle service straight to the stadium. It's the best way to get to the game.
Capacity: 27,400
Phone: (07) 5656 5500
Fax: (07) 5580 9168
Address: Centre Line Place Robina QLD 4226
Robina Stadium is the home of the following club : Gold Coast United
 Rushworth Reserve
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Rushworth Reserve
One of the oldest football grounds in Adelaide. Located in the mid northern suburb of Blair Athol.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*floodlight sufficient for night games
*childrens playground located next to ground
*limited undercover seating
*car parking available inside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8262 6622
Fax: (08) 8341 0484
Address: Anson Street Blair Athol SA 5084
Rushworth Reserve is the home of the following club : Enfield City Falcons
 Santos Stadium
Modern ground located on the outskirts of the Adelaide CBD.

Ground Directions - click here

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Railway Terrace, Mile End, 5031
Santos Stadium is the home of the following club : Adelaide Comets
 Savoy Park
This country football ground is located in the town of Port Pirie which is 231 kilometres north of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar
*clubrooms located at 93 Main Road Port Pirie SA 5540
*car parking

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8633 0655
Fax: (08) 8633 0655
Address: Warnertown Road Port Pirie SA 5540
 Skilled Park

Capacity: 27,400
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Gold Coast
 Steve Jarvis Park
Steve Jarvis Park is a suburban ground located in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover seating
*undercover standing room
*car parking available

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8258 5452
Fax: (08) 8258 5452
Address: Decimal Road Salisbury North SA 5108
Steve Jarvis Park is the home of the following club : Salisbury United
 Suncorp Stadium
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Suncorp Stadium seating map.
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Suncorp Stadium at night.
Suncorp Stadium is a 52,500 seat World Class state of the art sports venue.

Stadium Capacity
* 5,032 Stadium Member seats;
* 890 "open" corporate box seats;
* 1302 corporate suite seats;
* 45,231 General public seats;
* 228 wheelchair positions
* 228 escort seats
* 312 enhanced amenity seats


Roof Coverage
75% of all Stadium seating is covered to the drip line of the Stadium roof.

Dining Capacity
A total of 1,936 fine dining spaces are provided within the Stadium.

They include:
* 800 seat Stadium Members dining room;
* 360 seat Northern Restaurant;
* 360 seat Southern Restaurant;
* 1 x 140 seat Hospitality Terrace;
* 1 x120 seat Hospitality Terrace;
* 2 x 78 seat In-Goal Clubs.

Corporate Hospitality Facilities
* 24 x 20 person Corporate Suites;
* 2 x 18 person Corporate Suites;
* 45 x 14 person Corporate Suites;
* 49 x 10 person Open Corporate Boxes;
* 50 x 8 person Open Corporate Boxes;

General Catering
* 25 food and beverage outlets;
* 34 bar outlets
* 4 members bars.

Merchandise Outlets
* 2 retail merchandise outlets;
* 1 Stadium retail merchandise shop.

Ticketing Facilities
* 32 Ticket sales windows.

Customer Service Facilities
* 2 Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs);
* 2 Match Day offices;
* 2 Customer service help desks;
* 432 Televisions;
* 2 Video replay screens (10.6 metres x 5 metres).

Customer Circulation
The following amenities assist with the flow of patrons in and around the Stadium:
* 5 escalators;
* 9 passenger lifts;
* 51 turnstiles
* 5 wheelchair access turnstiles
* 90 metres of exit gates.

Transport and Supporting Infrastructure
* 13 bay bus station located at the Milton Road end of the Stadium;

Notes:
*For A-League football games the top tier of the stadium is normally closed

Capacity: 52,500
Phone: (07) 3331 4000
Fax: (07) 3331 5001
Address: Castlemaine Street Milton 4064
Suncorp Stadium is the home of the following club : Queensland Roar
 Sydney Football Stadium

Capacity: 89,500
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Sydney
 T.K Shutter Reserve
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TK Shutter Reserve
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TK Shutter Reserve - clubrooms
TK Shutter Reserve is a suburban football ground located in the north-eastern suburbs of Adelaide close to the River Torrens/Linear Park.

It has been the home ground of several clubs over the years including Windsor Melita in the 1980's and Adelaide Olympic. It was infamous for its very heavy and muddy playing surface. The complex was shared with the SA Gaelic Football Association. In 1998, after 30 years at the complex, the SA Gaelic Football Association moved from the facility releasing a significant part of the reserve.

Metro Stars took over the full facility and set about undertaking major renovations. A new main pitch with a much improved playing surface was created in the area vacated by Gaelic Football. Another full sized and mid sized pitch were added around the new main pitch. New clubrooms were constructed facing the new main pitch.

It is now one of the best suburban football grounds in Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover seating and standing room in clubrooms
*lighting sufficient for night games
*car park inside the ground
*surrounding park

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: Fourth Avenue Klemzig SA 5087
T.K Shutter Reserve is the home of the following club : North Eastern MetroStars
 The Paddocks
The Paddocks is an excellent suburban football located in the northern suburbs of Adelaide. It includes significant undercover standing room and good lighting for night games.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover standing room
*car parking available outside the ground
*lighting for night games

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8281 8098
Fax: (08) 8281 6731
Address: Bridge Road Para Hills SA 5096
The Paddocks is the home of the following club : Para Hills Knights
 Thebarton Oval
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Thebarton Oval
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Thebarton Oval - main stands
This suburban football ground is located in the inner western suburbs of Adelaide off Main South Road.

It was formerly the home ground of Australian Rules Football club West Torrens who left the ground in 1991. The ground has subsequently deteriorated through lack of usage and maintenance.

There are extensive clubrooms under the old grandstands however they have been closed since 1991.

Thebarton Oval is owned by the local council which has leased out the ground to a series of tenants since 1991. In the past 10 years the council has been unsure what to do with the old ground and it has been under threat of being sold and subsequently carved up for a property development. Recently the council upgraded the areas surrounding the ground, replaced the perimeter fencing and installed new seating in the stands.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms (not being used)
*large childrens playground located nearby but not viewable from the ground and may not be accesible on match days
*undercover seating
*undercover standing room
*car parking outside the ground
*extensive lighting (may not be in working condition)

Capacity: 15,000
Phone: -
Fax: -
Address: Ashley Street, Torrensville SA 5031
Thebarton Oval is the home of the following club : West Adelaide
 Weigall Oval
This suburban football ground is located in the south western suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*car parking outside the ground

Capacity: 2,000
Phone: (08) 8293 1524
Fax: (08) 8260 5145
Address: Urrbrae Terrace Plympton SA 5038
Weigall Oval is the home of the following club : Adelaide Cobras
 Westpac Stadium
Westpac Stadium , previously known as WestpacTrust Stadium, is a major sporting venue in Wellington, New Zealand. Due to its shape, it is colloquially known as The Cake-Tin in other parts of New Zealand, although the locals refer to it by either its proper name or simply as The Stadium. Fans of football team Wellington Phoenix refer to the stadium as The Ring of Fire.

Situated close to major transport facilities one kilometre north of the city’s CBD, the stadium is a multi-purpose facility, though used mainly for rugby union and one-day cricket. It is the home of the Wellington Air New Zealand Cup and the Hurricanes Super 14 teams and is the home venue for the Wellington Phoenix for A-League games. The stadium has also been used for rugby league. Australian rules football exhibition matches were played in 2000 and 2001.

The stadium was built in 1999 on former railway land and has a capacity of nearly 36,000, including the corporate boxes. It was built to replace Athletic Park, the city’s old rugby stadium, which had fallen into disrepair and was poorly situated for the demands of modern sport, and has since been redeveloped for residential use. The new stadium is one of the best in New Zealand.
Capacity: 36,000
Phone: 0064 4 473 3881
Fax: 0064 4 473 3882
Address: Waterloo Quay Wellington New Zealand
 Wilfred Taylor Reserve
Wilfred Taylor Reserve is a suburban ground located in the southern suburbs.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*undercover standing room
*car parking available outside the ground

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8326 2855
Fax: (08) 8326 2855
Address: States Road Morphett Vale 5162
Wilfred Taylor Reserve is the home of the following club : Noarlunga United Bulldogs
 Willows Stadium
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Willows Stadium
Willows Stadium, also called Dairy Farmers Stadium, is located in Townsville, North Queensland, and is the home ground of the North Queensland Fury.

The Stadium has no undercover seating and this reflects the tropical climate of Townsville. The stadium designers felt that putting a roof on the ground was unnecessary due to the climate.

The venue has a 26,500 seat capacity. Willows Stadium has become a sporting and entertainment hub for the people of North Queensland, renowned for its electrifying atmosphere.

Capacity: 26,500
Phone: (07) 4722 7700
Fax: (07) 4760 7594
Address: Golf Links Drive, Kirwan Qld 4817
Willows Stadium is the home of the following club : North Queensland Fury
 Woodside

Capacity: 0
Phone: TBA
Fax: TBA
Address: Oakbank Road, Woodside SA 5244
 Woodville West Reserve
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Woodville West Reserve
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Woodville West Reserve - clubrooms
Woodville West Reserve (Frank Mitchell Park) is a suburban ground located in the western suburbs of Adelaide.

Ground facilities:
*canteen
*bar & clubrooms
*seating
*car parking available inside the ground
*lighting sufficient for night games
*kids playground next to the ground but not accesible from the ground during matches

Capacity: 3,000
Phone: (08) 8347 0711
Fax: (08) 8347 2729
Address: Corner Minns Street & Todville Street Woodville WEst SA 5011
Woodville West Reserve is the home of the following club : White City Woodville Warriors
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