Largest Sports Venues in Australia
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  Overview

Which is the largest sports venue in Australia?
The largest sports venue in Australia is Melbourne Cricket Ground of Victoria with a maximum seating capacity of 100,024 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in Australia range from capacities of 1,000 spectators to 100,024 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 16,587.2 spectators.

 Compare Melbourne Cricket Ground with Blundstone Arena


  Top 30 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 101 items )

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States and cities with the most large-capacity venues
The state with the most large-capacity sports venues is New South Wales,while the city with the most sports venues is Sydney.


Let's check out some of these largest sports venues in Australia.

Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Melbourne Cricket Ground is the largest stadium by capacity in Australia.

Located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Melbourne Cricket Ground is a stadium which can accommodate up to 100,024 spectators.

Home to teams such as Melbourne Stars, the stadium sports a oval shape and hosts events for sports such as Australian rules football, cricket, soccer and rugby events.

 

 Compare Melbourne Cricket Ground with Drummoyne Oval from Sydney.

 Compare Melbourne Cricket Ground with Lavington Sports Ground from Albury.


Stadium Australia.

Stadium Australia is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Australia.

Stadium Australia is a stadium located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It has a seating capacity of up to 83,500 spectators.

Home to teams such as Canterbury Bulldogs, South Sydney Rabbitohs and Wests Tigers, the stadium sports a convertible shape and hosts events for sports such as Rugby and soccer.

 

 Compare Stadium Australia with WACA from Perth.

 Compare Stadium Australia with Narrabundah Ballpark from Canberra.


Perth Stadium.

Perth Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Australia.

Perth Stadium is a stadium located in Perth, Western Australia, Australia. It has a seating capacity of up to 61,266 spectators.

The convertible-style stadium hosts sports events for Australian rules football and cricket. Perth Stadium is home to teams such as West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers and Perth Scorchers

 

 Compare Perth Stadium with Jubilee Oval from Sydney.

 Compare Perth Stadium with Norwood Oval from Adelaide.


Docklands Stadium.

Docklands Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Victoria.

Docklands Stadium is a stadium, with a maximum capacity of 56,347 spectators. It is located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The convertible-style stadium hosts sports events for Australian rules football, cricket, rugby and soccer. Docklands Stadium is home to teams such as Melbourne Renegades and Western Bulldogs

 

 Compare Docklands Stadium with Allan Border Field from Brisbane.

 Compare Docklands Stadium with Traeger Park from Alice Springs.


Adelaide Oval.

Adelaide Oval is the largest stadium by capacity in South Australia.

Adelaide Oval is a stadium that can seat up to 53,583 spectators. It is located in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

The stadium has a oval shape. Adelaide Oval is home to Adelaide Strikers and is a venue for sports such as Australian rules football, soccer and cricket.

 

 Compare Adelaide Oval with Marrara Oval from Darwin.

 Compare Adelaide Oval with Melbourne Cricket Ground from Melbourne.


Lang Park.

Lang Park is the largest stadium by capacity in Queensland.

Lang Park is a stadium, with a maximum capacity of 52,500 spectators. It is located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

The rectangular-style stadium hosts sports events for Rugby and soccer. Lang Park is home to teams such as Brisbane Broncos, Queensland Reds and Brisbane Roar

 

 Compare Lang Park with Olympic Park Oval from Melbourne.

 Compare Lang Park with Carrara Stadium from Gold Coast.


QSAC Stadium.

QSAC Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Queensland.

Located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, QSAC Stadium is a stadium which can accommodate up to 48,500 spectators.

Home to teams such as Brisbane Roar FC (women), the stadium sports a oval shape and hosts events for sports such as Soccer.

 

 Compare QSAC Stadium with Melbourne Cricket Ground from Melbourne.

 Compare QSAC Stadium with Barlow Park from Cairns.


Sydney Cricket Ground.

Sydney Cricket Ground is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in New South Wales.

Sydney Cricket Ground is a stadium that can seat up to 48,000 spectators. It is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

The oval-style stadium hosts sports events for Australian rules football, cricket and rugby. Sydney Cricket Ground is home to teams such as Sydney Sixers

 

 Compare Sydney Cricket Ground with South Pine Sports Complex from Brisbane.

 Compare Sydney Cricket Ground with Waverley Park from Mulgrave.


Datasets on Stadiums and Arenas

Largest Sports Venues   Australia   |   Victoria   |   Australian Capital Territory   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   South Australia   |   Western Australia   |   Melbourne   |   Adelaide   |   Brisbane   |   Canberra   |   Perth   |   Sydney
Largest Indoor Arenas   Australia   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   Victoria   |   Melbourne
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   Australia   |   Victoria   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   Western Australia   |   Melbourne   |   Brisbane   |   Perth   |   Sydney
Largest Venues By Sport   Football   |   Cricket   |   Soccer   |   Rugby   |   Baseball   |   Basketball   |   Netball   |   Tennis


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