AUSTRALIA

RUGBY LEAGUE

Adelaide

CAPACITY :

55,317

CONSTRUCTED :

1871

Adelaide is used for regular Rugby League club matches by one of the top teams. The Adelaide Oval regularly hosts Aussie Rules, Cricket, Twenty 20 teams and Rugby Union 2003 World Cup matches.

Brisbane

CAPACITY :

52,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1914

Brisbane is used for regular rugby league matches, by one of the top teams. The Suncorp Stadium has hosted other sporting events, for rugby union Internationals, football and rugby union matches.

Melbourne

CAPACITY :

53,359

CONSTRUCTED :

2000

Melbourne is used for regular rugby league matches, by one of the top teams. The Docklands Stadium has hosted other sporting events, such as Football, Cricket, Australian Rules and Rugby Union.

Newcastle Australia

CAPACITY :

33,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1970

Newcastle Australia is used for regular rugby league matches, by one of the top teams in the NRL. The Newcastle International Sports Centre also hosts one of the top soccer teams in the A-League too.

Perth

CAPACITY :

20,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1910

Perth is used for regular matches in the Australian Super league, by a top team. The Nib Stadium also hosts a top team in the Australian A-league for football teams, rugby league and concerts too.

Queensland

CAPACITY :

52,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1914

Queensland is used for regular National State rugby league matches, by one of the top teams. The Suncorp Stadium also regularly hosts rugby union Internationals, football and rugby union matches.

Sydney Central

CAPACITY :

45,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1988

Sydney Central is used for regular Rugby League matches, by one of the top teams. The Allianz Park Stadium has seen the Sydney Roosters win 13 Premier Championships and 3 World Club Challenges.

Sydney East

CAPACITY :

83,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1999

Sydney East is used for regular Rugby League matches, by one of the top teams. Stadium Australia has hosted the 2000 Olympics, the Australian National rugby union team, ARF and football matches.

Sydney North

CAPACITY :

83,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1999

Sydney North is used for regular Rugby League matches, by one of the top teams. Stadium Australia has hosted the 2000 Olympics, the Australian National rugby union team, ARF and football matches.

Sydney South

CAPACITY :

48,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1854

Sydney South is used for the National Rugby League Finals, by the top two teams in the League. The Sydney Cricket Ground, is most famous for Australian International and state cricket matches.

Sydney West

CAPACITY :

20,741

CONSTRUCTED :

1986

Sydney West is used for regular rugby league matches, by one of the best teams in the league. Located in a district of Sydney, the Parramatta Stadium also hosts football matches and concerts.

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