Cazaly Stadium is the premier venue in far north Queensland and now hosts AFL matches on an annual basis. The ground has undergone a number of facelifts to get it up to the right standards to host top level sports, and will continue to improve its facilities to keep attracting all sports to the region.
The good people of Geelong take great pride in their Geelong Cats and also their stadium, traditionally known as Kardinia Park, but nowadays called Simonds Stadium. Since being built in 1941, the ground has undergone a number of major redevelopments, growing the capacity of the ground and improving facilities. Plans are currently in place to … Read More
University of Tasmania Stadium is the largest stadium in Tasmania with a capacity of a smidge over 21,000. It is located in the heart of Launceston, which for those of you playing at home, is in northern Tasmania. With the Hawthorn Football Club signing a long term deal with Tasmania, there’s plenty of footy to come … Read More
Metricon Stadium is the current home of the Gold Coast Suns who compete in the AFL. The stadium was formerly known as Cararra Oval and was the home of the Brisbane Bears when they entered the then VFL competition in 1987. The Bears moved to the Gabba in 1993 which meant the ground didn’t have … Read More
Manuka Oval is the premier ground in Canberra for AFL and Cricket matches. The local government has pumped a lot of money to raising the standard of facilities over the past 4-5 years, and it’s paying off with more and more top notch games being played there. Canberra has a rich sporting history and it’s … Read More
More affectionately known as Bellerive Oval, Blundstone Arena is the home of Tasmanian cricket that has seen its fair share of memorable matches over the years. More recently, the North Melbourne Kangaroos have made Blundstone their home away from home and play a number of home matches in the Tasmanian capital each year. The 6,000 … Read More
The atmosphere at the Adelaide Oval is really something to savour. It is a very family and fan friendly place to watch all sports. Steeped in tradition, there were concerns that when the South Australian Government announced a $450 million redevelopment plan for the ground, that that history would be lost. Well, fans had nothing … Read More
With the new 60,000 seat Perth Stadium nearing completion, Domain Stadium is in its twilight years. Even though the clock is ticking, the atmosphere still remains. Domain Stadium has played host to many classic sporting matches of all kinds, and is bound to host many more before a new the move to the new stadium.
The Gabba derives its name after the suburb upon which it sits, Woolloongabba. It is a 42,000 seat stadium roughly 5kms from the centre of Brisbane. The first cricket match was held on the site in 1896, with the first international match played at the venue in 1931 between Australia and South Africa. The Gabba … Read More
The first known use of the land where the SCG now sits was in 1851 when the British Army were granted permission to use the green for cricket and was first called the Garrison Ground in 1854. In 1875, the New South Wales Cricket Association took over control of the ground and the first official … Read More