The Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) was built in 1988 to be the premium "rectangular field" for football (soccer) and the rugby codes in Sydney, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aussie Stadium"
Breakers Stadium is an Australian stadium, located in Newcastle, New South Wales. It was the former home of the Newcastle Breakers Football Club, who played in the National Soccer League until 2000. It was also the home ground of the short-lived Hunter Mariners rugby league team who participated in the only season of Super League in 1997. ...more on Wikipedia about "Breakers Stadium"
Central Coast Stadium is a football stadium in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Central Coast Stadium"
Christie Park is a sportsground located in the Lower North Shore Sydney suburb of North Ryde. Christie Park (along with North Sydney Oval) are home to Northern_Spirit_FC. The park itself is home to the Gladesville-Hornsby Football Association, arguably Sydney's best in local leagues and the development of young talent. The ground however is used for more professional matches such as representative (rep) and national level games. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christie Park"
EnergyAustralia Stadium is an Australian stadium, located in Newcastle, New South Wales. It is the home ground of the Newcastle Knights ( rugby league) and Newcastle United Jets ( football) teams. It is owned and managed by the Hunter International Sports Centre Trust. ...more on Wikipedia about "EnergyAustralia Stadium"
Gold Coast Stadium is the name of the main stadium on the Gold Coast, Queensland. At this present stage, the current Gold Coast Stadium is located at Carrara. This stadium is owned and run by the Gold Coast City Council. It was former home to Brisbane Bears AFC (now Brisbane Lions) and Gold Coast Chargers RLFC. It is currently the home of Gold Coast Soccer. It will also host the inaugural season of the Gold Coast Titans RLFC. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gold Coast Stadium"
Hindmarsh Stadium is a football stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hindmarsh Stadium" Inform your friends about www.shortopedia.com
Members Equity Stadium ( ) is a football stadium in Perth, Australia which was built in 1910. It is the home of the Australian A-League club Perth Glory. The stadium was previously known as Perth Oval and can hold a capacity crowd of up to 17,288. ...more on Wikipedia about "Members Equity Stadium"
Olympic Park is a sporting precinct located a few kilometres from the CBD of Melbourne, Australia. Olympic Park is the home ground of the National Rugby League team Melbourne Storm, and the A-League football (soccer) team Melbourne Victory FC. ...more on Wikipedia about "Olympic Park, Melbourne"
Subiaco Oval ( ) is the major sports stadium in Perth, Western Australia. It is located in the suburb of Subiaco, a few kilometres west of Perth's city centre. It is mainly used for Australian Football League matches, as it is the home ground for the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers football teams. "Subi" is also used for Western Australian Football League matches. The ground is not exclusively used for Australian Rules Football though, having hosted National Soccer League (Australia) grand finals, games in the 2003 Rugby Union World Cup, International Rules and sometimes, rock concerts. It will be the home ground for Perth's Super 14 rugby union team, the Western Force, in 2006. ...more on Wikipedia about "Subiaco Oval"
Suncorp Stadium, formerly known as Lang Park is a rectangular sporting stadium located in Brisbane suburb of Milton, Queensland, Australia. Built on the site of a cemetery, the stadium has been the home of rugby league in Queensland since 1957 and today also hosts rugby union and football (soccer) matches. ...more on Wikipedia about "Suncorp Stadium"
Telstra Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct of Homebush, Sydney, Australia which was completed in March 1999. The stadium was originally built at a cost of $690 million to host the 2000 Summer Olympics. The stadium was called Stadium Australia before Telstra acquired the naming rights in 2002 (until 2009, with further options), renaming the ground Telstra Stadium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Telstra Stadium"
Toyota Park, formerly Endeavour Field, is a rugby league stadium in Cronulla, New South Wales, Australia. It is a home ground for the Cronulla Sharks rugby league team and Sydney Olympic FC football team. The stadium has a nominal capacity of 21,500. It was built in 1960. The Toyota Motor Company bought the naming rights to the stadium. ...more on Wikipedia about "Toyota Park"
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