The thrill of watching live sports is fantastic. Cheer on your team, boo the rival team and celebrate wins with others who share the same passion as you. If you think watching the game live on TV is great, then just imagine watching it live from the stands.
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Seventeen years ago, Sydney was host to the 2000 Summer Olympics. Since then, the country’s sports stadiums have been the best place to watch sports events with family and friends. Whether you’re a fan of cricket, rugby, or Australian Football, these stadiums will prove to be the best sports holidayfor any sports fan.
Suncorp Stadium [Brisbane]
To the locals, it is best known as the home field of the Brisbane Broncos, Brisbane Roar, the Maroons, and the Queensland Reds. The stadium is also a popular venue for concerts. The highlights of Suncorp include a 52,000 seating capacity as well as an easy walking distance to the Milton Road Rail Station. The station comes with a walk bridge directly connected to the stadium, making it easy for those who will be taking the train to watch games.
Allianz Stadium [Sydney]
Originally called the Sydney Cricket Stadium and was renamed the Allianz Stadium in 2012. Allianz has witnessed a number of sporting events over the years such as the 2000 Olympics, the 2003 Rugby World Cup, and the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. Today, it is the home field for the New South Wales Waratahs and the Sydney Roosters. That is the must visit the stadium for cricket fans, as Australia regards it as their best cricket ground in the country.
Paterson’s Stadium [Perth]
Opened in 1908, with the original name Subiaco Oval, it has seen the test of time and was witness to several sporting events through its lifetime. It is also regarded as the oldest and most loved stadiums in the country. This was also the venue of the exciting national soccer league match grand final back in 2000. Finally, it is the home field of the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Dockers.
The Adelaide Oval
Located in Adelaide, South Australia, the Oval has a seating capacity of up to 23,583. It is mostly used for cricket and Australian rules Football. But it also hosts the rugby league, rugby union, soccer, tennis and even concerts. After watching a match, fans have easy access to eateries and restaurants within walking distance from the field.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Known locally as The G, it is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club and is the 10th largest stadium in the world with a 100, 024 seating capacity. The Melbourne Cricket Ground was the venue for significant events like the 1956 Olympics, FIFA World Cup qualifiers and the 1992 Cricket World Cup. On a regular day, fans can enjoy a good game of rugby, football, cricket or Australian football on the stadium featuring their favourite teams from the local league.
Nothing like driving out to a cricket ground to follow your favourite team play against their rival. It’s a fun way to blow off some steam and watch some excellent rugby tackles or watching a batsman score four runs in a cricket game.
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