Below is a list of the top and leading Sports Centre in Melbourne. To help you find the best Sports Centre located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Melbourne’s Best Sports Centre:
The top rated Sports Centre in Melbourne are:
- Melbourne Sports Centres – MSAC
- AAMI Park
- Albert Park Indoor Sports Centre
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Melbourne Sports Centres – MSAC
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre is an international sporting venue located in Albert Park, Victoria, Australia. The centre was opened on 24 July 1997 at a construction cost of A$65 million. The cost was funded by the State Government of Victoria and the City of Port Phillip.
Indoor and outdoor 50m competition pools, indoor 25m lap pool, indoor multi purpose pool, hydrotherapy pool, Wellness Zone including hot yoga, reformer pilates and general yoga rooms, cycle studio, performance gym and swim analysis lab
“Great location super friendly staff and great facilities. Was there to play squash, many courts available. Also racquet hire is available. Extremely friendly staff. Also a lot of table tennis and badminton facilities available. Extremely clean and fancy facilities.” – Bastian G.
AAMI Park features a cutting-edge Bioframe design with a geodesic dome roof which substantially covers the seating area. The beauty of the design is that spectators will enjoy unobstructed views, free from pillars, walls or other support structures. This design required 50 per cent less steel than a typical stadium roof of the same size.
Built on Edwin Flack field, AAMI Park rivals the world’s best in becoming a world-class event and sports administration complex. It also features a sports campus, including an elite training centre and office accommodation that rivals the world’s best.
136 x 82m rectangular pitch – accommodating rugby league, rugby union and soccer, a sports campus including an elite training centre, gymnasium, lap pool, and office space for tenant sporting organisations, 24 corporate boxes (seating up to 18 people each) with external seating, a dining room with capacity for 1,100, Merchandising facilities, food and beverage outlets and 14 bars, and a public café/bar and merchandise outlet on Olympic Boulevard.
“Great stadium. Always clean and tidy. Home of the Melbourne Storm Rugby league team. Good family / baby facilities with microwave, armchair and feeding areas. Food is getting better with well balanced healthy and fried foods on offer. Great facilities and friendly ground/security staff.” – Leanne N.
Albert Park Indoor Sports Centre
Until the mid 1990s when Albert Park Indoor Sports Centre Melbourne commenced operation in the Pit Buildings, indoor soccer and indoor netball in Melbourne were mainly played in indoor cricket centre’s within nets. When the Centre opened management decided to dispense with the nets and play futsal, the international version of indoor soccer – and full size open court Netball.
Since the first six teams on a Monday night at Albert Park both social netball and futsal have grown so much in popularity that nearly 500 teams are now registered with Albert Park and its associated venues throughout Melbourne, at Richmond, Brunswick, Princess Hill (Carlton), Elwood and South Yarra. Albert Park recognises that its players are amateurs and play for social and fitness reasons. Competitions are held nightly from Sunday to Thursday inclusive. New to 2015 APISC will be organising Social Dodgeball. Mixed teams will duck, weave, dive and catch their way through the fun that is Dodgeball.
Netball, Futsal, Futsal Outdoor 5s, New Brunswick Futsal Venue, Euro Handball 5s, Junior Futsal, Junior Netball and ANZ NetSetGo.
“Tas, Frank and the team are great. Nice people, well ran, some dodgy decisions but that’s Futsal. Enjoy playing here and have been for 2+ years.” – Laurence D.
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