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A-League 0/14 grounds visited (0%)

Team/GroundI've Been There!
For FootballTour/Non-Football
Adelaide United 
Hindmarsh Stadium (Coopers Stadium)
Adelaide Oval (old ground)
Marden Sports Complex (old ground)
Brisbane Roar 
Lang Park (Suncorp Stadium)
Cbus Super Stadium (old ground)
Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (old ground)
Perry Park (old ground)
Central Coast Mariners 
Central Coast Stadium
Melbourne City 
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park)
Melbourne Victory 
Docklands Stadium (Marvel Stadium)
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park)
GMHBA Stadium (Kardinia Park) (old ground)
Newcastle Jets 
McDonald Jones Stadium
C.ex Coffs International Stadium (old ground)
Perth Glory 
nib Stadium
Subiaco Oval (old ground)
The WACA (old ground)
Optus Stadium (old ground)
Sydney FC 
Win Jubilee Oval (Kogarah Park)
Leichhardt Oval
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sydney Football Stadium (Allianz Stadium) (old ground)
Wellington Phoenix 
Westpac Stadium
QBE Stadium (North Harbour Stadium) (old ground)
Mount Smart Stadium (Ericsson Stadium) (old ground)
Lancaster Park (old ground)
Western Sydney Wanderers 
Spotless Stadium
Stadium Australia
Parramatta Stadium (Pirtec Stadium) (old ground)
Cook Park (old ground)
Campbelltown Sports Stadium (old ground)
Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex (old ground)

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Grounds in A-League Ordered by Capacity

#GroundCapacity
1.Stadium Australia home to Western Sydney Wanderers84,000
2.Docklands Stadium (Marvel Stadium) home to Melbourne Victory56,347
3.Lang Park (Suncorp Stadium) home to Brisbane Roar52,500
4.Sydney Cricket Ground home to Sydney FC48,000
5.Westpac Stadium home to Wellington Phoenix34,500
6.McDonald Jones Stadium home to Newcastle Jets33,000
7.Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park) home to Melbourne City30,050
8.Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park) home to Melbourne Victory30,050
9.Spotless Stadium home to Western Sydney Wanderers24,000
10.Win Jubilee Oval (Kogarah Park) home to Sydney FC20,505
11.nib Stadium home to Perth Glory20,500
12.Central Coast Stadium home to Central Coast Mariners20,119
13.Leichhardt Oval home to Sydney FC20,000
14.Hindmarsh Stadium (Coopers Stadium) home to Adelaide United17,000
  • Average capacity in A-League: 32,705

Best supported teams in A-League

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Sydney FC27
2.Melbourne Victory19
3.Adelaide United8
4.Perth Glory7
5.Newcastle Jets6
6.Central Coast Mariners5
7.Wellington Phoenix5
8.Brisbane Roar3
9.Melbourne City3
10.Western Sydney Wanderers0
  • Average # fans in A-League: 8

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in A-League?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Newcastle Jets21.33
2.Sydney FC17.15
3.Central Coast Mariners15.40
4.Melbourne Victory9.95
5.Brisbane Roar9.33
6.Melbourne City9.33
7.Wellington Phoenix8.00
8.Perth Glory4.71
9.Adelaide United2.88
10.Western Sydney Wanderers0.00
  • Average # grounds visited in A-League: 8.92

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