List of A-League stadiums

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Since the inception of the A-League, Australian soccer's highest level annual league tournament, 29 football stadiums have been used to host matches, with two more stadiums set to host their first A-League matches in the 2016–17 season. The inaugural round of A-League matches took place on 26 and 28 August 2005, with four clubs hosting the opening fixtures.

Western Sydney Wanderers' ANZ Stadium will become the latest to hold its first A-League match when the Wanderers play against Sydney FC on 8 August 2016. It is the largest stadium in the league, whilst Adelaide United's Coopers Stadium is the smallest.

Current home stadiums

Stadium Image Club Location Opened Closed Capacity † Coordinates Ref.
AAMI Park
(Melbourne Rectangular Stadium)
Backofamipark.JPG Melbourne City,
Melbourne Victory
Melbourne,
VIC
2010 30,050 37°49′31″S 144°59′2″E / 37.82528°S 144.98389°E / -37.82528; 144.98389 [1]
Allianz Stadium
(Sydney Football Stadium)
Sfc v nqf.jpg Sydney FC Sydney,
NSW
1988 45,500 33°53′21″S 151°13′31″E / 33.88917°S 151.22528°E / -33.88917; 151.22528 [2]
ANZ Stadium
(Stadium Australia)
Sydney-Galaxy-homebush.jpg Western Sydney Wanderers Sydney,
NSW
1999 83,500 33°50′50″S 151°3′48″E / 33.84722°S 151.06333°E / -33.84722; 151.06333Coordinates: 33°50′50″S 151°3′48″E / 33.84722°S 151.06333°E / -33.84722; 151.06333 [3]
Central Coast Stadium Bluetongue CC Stadium.jpg Central Coast Mariners Gosford,
NSW
1999 20,059 33°25′42″S 151°20′17″E / 33.42833°S 151.33806°E / -33.42833; 151.33806 [4]
Marvel Stadium
(Docklands Stadium)
Docklands Stadium Australia v Oman.jpg Melbourne Victory Melbourne,
VIC
2000 56,347 37°48′59″S 144°56′51″E / 37.81639°S 144.94750°E / -37.81639; 144.94750 [5]
Coopers Stadium
(Hindmarsh Stadium)
HindmarshStadium.JPG Adelaide United Adelaide,
SA
1960 16,500 34°54′27″S 138°34′8″E / 34.90750°S 138.56889°E / -34.90750; 138.56889 [6]
McDonald Jones Stadium
(Newcastle International Sports Centre)
Ausgrid Stadium.jpg Newcastle Jets Newcastle,
NSW
1970 33,000‡ 32°55′8″S 151°43′36″E / 32.91889°S 151.72667°E / -32.91889; 151.72667 [7]
nib Stadium
(Perth Oval)
Perth Glory v North Queensland Fury.jpg Perth Glory Perth,
WA
1910 20,500‡ 31°56′45″S 115°52′12″E / 31.94583°S 115.87000°E / -31.94583; 115.87000 [8]
Spotless Stadium
(Sydney Showground Stadium)
SkodaStadiumSouthernEnd.jpg Western Sydney Wanderers Sydney,
NSW
1998 24,000 33°50′36″S 151°4′5″E / 33.84333°S 151.06806°E / -33.84333; 151.06806 [9]
Suncorp Stadium
(Lang Park)
Suncorpstadium071006.JPG Brisbane Roar Brisbane,
QLD
1914 52,500 27°27′53″S 153°0′34″E / 27.46472°S 153.00944°E / -27.46472; 153.00944 [10]
Westpac Stadium
(Wellington Regional Stadium)
Westpac Stadium Crowd.jpg Wellington Phoenix Wellington,
NZ
2000 34,500 41°16′23″S 174°47′9″E / 41.27306°S 174.78583°E / -41.27306; 174.78583 [11]
Western Sydney Stadium
West Sydney Stadium construction 1.jpg Western Sydney Wanderers Parramatta,
NSW
2019 30,000 33°48′29″S 150°59′59″E / 33.80806°S 150.99972°E / -33.80806; 150.99972 [12]

For closed or demolished grounds, capacity is taken at closure.
Currently in the process of, or scheduled to be built or redeveloped.

Temporary and former stadiums

Stadium Image Club Location Opened Closed Capacity † Coordinates Ref
Adelaide Oval Completed Adelaide Oval 2014 - cropped and rotated.jpg Adelaide United Adelaide,
SA
1871 53,583 34°54′56″S 138°35′46″E / 34.91556°S 138.59611°E / -34.91556; 138.59611 [13]
AMI Stadium Lancaster Park aerial July 2011.jpg Wellington Phoenix Christchurch,
NZ
1881 2011 38,628 43°32′31″S 172°39′15″E / 43.54194°S 172.65417°E / -43.54194; 172.65417 [14]
Arena Manawatu Fmgstadium.JPG Wellington Phoenix Palmerston North,
NZ
18,000 40°21′24″S 175°36′4″E / 40.35667°S 175.60111°E / -40.35667; 175.60111 [15]
Aurora Stadium CG-AuroraStadium-pano.jpg Melbourne Victory Launceston,
TAS
1921 21,000 41°25′33″S 147°08′20″E / 41.42583°S 147.13889°E / -41.42583; 147.13889 [16]
Campbelltown Stadium Campbelltown Sports Stadium.jpg Sydney FC,
Western Sydney Wanderers
Campbelltown,
NSW
21,000 34°3′1″S 150°50′1″E / 34.05028°S 150.83361°E / -34.05028; 150.83361 [17]
Canberra Stadium BruceStadium19032005.JPG Central Coast Mariners Canberra,
ACT
1977 25,011 [18]
Carrington Park Sydney FC Bathurst,
NSW
13,000 [19]
Dairy Farmers Stadium 14-05-2005-dairy farmers at dusk.JPG North Queensland Fury Townsville,
QLD
1994 26,500 19°18′58″S 146°42′43″E / 19.31611°S 146.71194°E / -19.31611; 146.71194 [20]
Eden Park Eden Park panorama.jpg Wellington Phoenix Auckland,
NZ
1900 50,000 [21]
Forsyth Barr Stadium Otago United v Waikato FC (1).jpg Wellington Phoenix Dunedin,
NZ
2011 30,748 [22]
Jubilee Oval OKI Jubilee Grandstand.jpg Sydney FC Sydney,
NSW
1936 22,000 [23]
Kardinia Park Kardinia Park January 2016 Melbourne Victory Central Coast Mariners.jpg Melbourne Victory Geelong,
VIC
34,074 38°9′29″S 144°21′17″E / 38.15806°S 144.35472°E / -38.15806; 144.35472
LaTrobe City Stadium Melbourne Heart Morwell,
VIC
1981 12,000 [24]
Lavington Sports Ground Lavington Sports Ground, pre-game, 9 February 2014.jpg Melbourne Heart Albury,
NSW
1970's 20,000 36°2′6″S 146°54′47″E / 36.03500°S 146.91306°E / -36.03500; 146.91306 [25]
North Harbour Stadium North harbour stadium.JPG New Zealand Knights Auckland,
NZ
1997 25,000 36°43′37″S 174°42′6″E / 36.72694°S 174.70167°E / -36.72694; 174.70167 [26]
North Sydney Oval Starlight cinema at North Sydney Oval.jpg Central Coast Mariners Sydney,
NSW
1867 20,000 33°49′55″S 151°12′34″E / 33.83194°S 151.20944°E / -33.83194; 151.20944
Olympic Park Stadium Mbnolypkst.jpg Melbourne Victory Melbourne,
VIC
1956 2009 18,500† 37°49′29″S 144°58′52″E / 37.82472°S 144.98111°E / -37.82472; 144.98111 [27]
Pirtek Stadium
(Parramatta Stadium)
Parramatta Stadium New Scoreboard.jpg Western Sydney Wanderers Sydney,
NSW
1986 2016 21,487‡ 33°48′29″S 150°59′59″E / 33.80806°S 150.99972°E / -33.80806; 150.99972 [28]
Port Macquarie Regional Stadium Newcastle Jets Port Macquarie,
NSW
1992 10,000 [29]
Robina Stadium Skilled Park (2008).jpg Gold Coast United Gold Coast,
QLD
2008 27,400 28°4′1″S 153°22′44″E / 28.06694°S 153.37889°E / -28.06694; 153.37889 [30]
Subiaco Oval SubiOval2.JPG Perth Glory Perth,
WA
1908 2017 43,500 31°56′40″S 115°49′48″E / 31.94444°S 115.83000°E / -31.94444; 115.83000 [31]

For closed or demolished grounds, capacity is taken at closure.
Currently in the process of, or scheduled to be developed.

References

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