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List of A-League stadiums

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Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
Hindmarsh Stadium (Coopers Stadium)
Adelaide Oval (old ground)
Marden Sports Complex (old ground)
Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Moreton Daily Stadium (Dolphin Oval)
Lang Park (Suncorp Stadium) (old ground)
Cbus Super Stadium (old ground)
Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre (old ground)
Perry Park (old ground)
Cazalys Stadium (old ground)
North Queensland Stadium (old ground)
Ballymore Stadium (old ground)
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Central Coast Stadium
Wade Park (old ground)
Brookvale Oval (old ground)
North Sydney Oval (old ground)
Macarthur FCMacarthur FC
Campbelltown Sports Stadium
Melbourne CityMelbourne City
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park)
David Barro Stadium (old ground)
Casey Fields (old ground)
Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park)
Docklands Stadium (Marvel Stadium) (old ground)
GMHBA Stadium (Kardinia Park) (old ground)
Epping Stadium (old ground)
Melbourne Olympic Park Stadium (old ground)
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
McDonald Jones Stadium
C.ex Coffs International Stadium (old ground)
Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility (old ground)
Perth GloryPerth Glory
HBF Park
Subiaco Oval (old ground)
The WACA (old ground)
Optus Stadium (old ground)
Sydney FCSydney FC
Netstrata Jubilee Stadium
Leichhardt Oval
Sydney Football Stadium (Allianz Stadium) 1988-2019 (old ground)
Sydney Cricket Ground (old ground)
Brookvale Oval (old ground)
Sydney Football Stadium 2022 (old ground)
Parramatta Stadium (Pirtec Stadium) (old ground)
Netstrata Jubilee Stadium (old ground)
Wellington PhoenixWellington Phoenix
Sky Stadium
Eden Park
WIN Stadium
North Harbour Stadium (old ground)
Mount Smart Stadium (Ericsson Stadium) (old ground)
Lancaster Park (1881-2011) (old ground)
Orangetheory Stadium (Rugby League Park) (old ground)
Central Energy Trust Arena (old ground)
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
CommBank Stadium
Campbelltown Sports Stadium (old ground)
Giants Stadium (Sydney Showground Stadium) (old ground)
Stadium Australia (ANZ Stadium) (old ground)
Glen Willow Regional Sporting Complex (old ground)
Wanderers Football Centre (old ground)
Parramatta Stadium (Pirtec Stadium) (old ground)
Cook Park (old ground)
Western UnitedWestern United
GMHBA Stadium (Kardinia Park)
Mars Stadium
York Park (University of Tasmania Stadium)
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park)
Mars Stadium
City Vista Pavilion & Sports Fields (old ground)
Larissa Reserve (old ground)
Waratah Reserve (old ground)
Stead Park (old ground)
Morshead Park Stadium (old ground)
Wembley Park (old ground)
Epping Stadium (old ground)
Whitten Oval (old ground)
The Hangar (old ground)

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A-League Information

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National Premier Leagues - Capital Territory
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National Premier Leagues - Victoria
National Premier Leagues - Western Australia

Grounds in A-League Ordered by Capacity

1.Eden Park home to Wellington Phoenix50,000
2.Sky Stadium home to Wellington Phoenix34,500
3.GMHBA Stadium (Kardinia Park) home to Western United33,500
4.McDonald Jones Stadium home to Newcastle Jets33,000
5.Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park) home to Melbourne City30,050
6.Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park) home to Melbourne Victory30,050
7.Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI Park) home to Western United30,050
8.CommBank Stadium home to Western Sydney Wanderers30,000
9.York Park (University of Tasmania Stadium) home to Western United21,000
10.Netstrata Jubilee Stadium home to Sydney FC20,505
11.HBF Park home to Perth Glory20,500
12.Central Coast Stadium home to Central Coast Mariners20,119
13.Campbelltown Sports Stadium home to Macarthur FC20,000
14.Leichhardt Oval home to Sydney FC20,000
15.WIN Stadium home to Wellington Phoenix18,484
16.Hindmarsh Stadium (Coopers Stadium) home to Adelaide United17,000
17.Moreton Daily Stadium (Dolphin Oval) home to Brisbane Roar15,000
18.Mars Stadium home to Western United11,000
19.Mars Stadium home to Western United11,000
  • Biggest stadium in A-League: 50,000 - Eden Park
  • Smallest stadium in A-League: 11,000 - Mars Stadium
  • Total capacity in A-League: 465,758
  • Average capacity in A-League: 23,288

Best supported teams in A-League

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Sydney FC31
2.Melbourne Victory28
3.Adelaide United9
4.Perth Glory9
5.Wellington Phoenix9
6.Newcastle Jets7
7.Melbourne City6
8.Brisbane Roar5
9.Central Coast Mariners5
10.Western United3
11.Western Sydney Wanderers2
12.Macarthur FC0
  • Most fans in A-League: 31 - Sydney FC
  • Fewest fans in A-League: 0 - Macarthur FC
  • Total A-League fans: 114
  • Average number of fans in A-League: 9

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

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Melbourne City321.50
2.Newcastle Jets19.71
3.Wellington Phoenix18.33
4.Sydney FC17.74
5.Central Coast Mariners15.40
6.Melbourne Victory13.64
7.Adelaide United6.44
8.Brisbane Roar5.60
9.Perth Glory4.33
10.Western Sydney Wanderers4.00
11.Western United1.00
12.Macarthur FC0.00
  • Most travelled fans in A-League: 322 grounds visited - Melbourne City
  • Least travelled fans in A-League: 0 grounds visited - Macarthur FC
  • Average # grounds visited in A-League: 32.90

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