Australia’s News-Making Football Stadiums

The one stadium most often seen on Australian television is the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it is the most famous and hosts some of the biggest events. The Melbourne Cricket Ground has a capacity of 100,024 and serves as a soccer venue.

The soccer stadium features a huge structure that comprises of several tiers of spectators seats perfectly arranged for great football event viewing. Australia has many football stadiums, and pitches and most are used for multiple sports event including rugby and cricket leagues.

The long list of soccer/football stadiums in Australia includes the following:

•    The Melbourne Cricket Ground is situated in Melbourne and has a capacity of 100,024

•    The Stadium Australia is based in New South Wales, Sydney and accommodates 84,000 spectators

•    Docklands Stadium is in Victoria, Melbourne and has a capacity of 56,347

•    In Adelaide, South Australia the Adelaide Oval stadium accommodates 53,583 sports fans

•    Lang Park is situated in Brisbane, Queensland and this stadium accommodates up to 52,500 football fans.

•    In New South Wales, Sydney the Sydney Football Stadium has a capacity of 45,500

•    Based in Geelong in Victoria the Kardinia Park Stadium accommodates 37,074 fans

•    The number of spectators accommodated by the Hunter Stadium in Newcastle, New South Wales is 33,000

•    The Melbourne Rectangular Stadium based in Melbourne, Victoria has a capacity of 30,050

•    Gold Coast, Queensland is home to the Robina Stadium that accommodates 27,400 fans

•    The Perth Oval accommodates 27,000 and is situated in Perth, Western Australia

•    Townsville, Queensland is where you will find the Willows Sports Complex with a capacity of 26,500

•    A capacity of 25,011 is offered by the Canberra Stadium based in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

•    The Ballymore Stadium is in Brisbane, Queensland and it has a capacity of 24,000

•    The Wollongong Showground is in Wollongong, New South Wales and accommodates up to 23.750 spectators

•    21,500 spectators are accommodated by the Parramatta Stadium in Parramatta, New South Wales

•    Campbelltown, New South Wales is home to the Campbelltown Stadium that accommodates 21,000 spectators

•    The Central Coast Stadium is in Gosford, New South Wales and has a capacity of 20.059

•    In North Sydney, New South Wales the North Sydney Oval Stadium accommodates 20,00

•    The Knights Stadium based in North Sunshine in Victoria has a capacity of 19,890

The national football team of Australia plays at several stadiums and does not have a specific home stadium. Although most of the international matches are played at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, regardless of the event whether it is cricket, football or rugby. It is also the stadium that offers easy access transport-wise, and therefore the matches are well attended. It was also the main stadium used during the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the Olympic Games in 1956. The stadium offers several cafes along with rooftop terraces that are the best place to visit if you’re looking for some of the finest sports bars. Great places to eat during events include the Robert Flower Terrace and the MCG Grill Truck.