Below is a list of the top and leading Stadiums in Melbourne. To help you find the best Stadiums located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Melbourne’s Best Stadiums:
The top rated Stadiums in Melbourne are:
- Marvel Stadium
- Whitten Oval
- Melbourne Cricket Ground
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Located in the heart of Melbourne, Marvel Stadium has welcomed more than 35 million fans through the gates since opening in 2000.
Renowned for regularly staging AFL, A-League and BBL action under the famous retractable roof, Marvel Stadium has also hosted some of the biggest international sporting events such as UFC193, Soccer World Cup Qualifiers and International Rugby Union tests.
Throughout its years, Marvel Stadium has hosted many memorable concerts for some of the world’s biggest stars including Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, Justin Timberlake, AC/DC, Bon Jovi, Andre Rieu and Eminem.
The Studio Restaurant, Gluten Free and Vegetarian Options, Stack Burger, Cafe Options, ATMs, Baby Change Rooms/Parents Rooms, Cloaking, Customer Service Desk and The Marvel Vault.
“Amazing venue. So family friendly with great baby change rooms and parent rooms. Free popcorn for kids on Saturdays was a great surprise, not sure if this is always but a really cool idea. We took family from overseas and our 6 month old baby and door staff were so helpful with me carrying a baby in. Seats were great. We sat level 1 aisle 46 and it was a great spot. Very helpful staff outside stadium.” – Rebecca S.
Whitten Oval was the Bulldogs’ home for generations and remains the squad’s training base and administrative headquarters.
In 2014, competitive football returned to the Club’s home base with the re-introduction of the Footscray Bulldogs into the Victorian Football League (VFL) competition.
The Western Bulldogs Women’s Team also plays their AFL Women’s home games at the venue.
Formerly known as the Western Oval, the ground was renamed in honour of legendary Bulldogs player and coach Ted Whitten Sr. The Bulldogs played their last home and away match at the ground in round 21, 1997, when they took on West Coast.
The training and administrative headquarters of the Western Bulldogs Football Club, which competes in the Australian Football League (AFL), and the home ground of its women’s and reserves teams which compete in AFL Women’s (AFLW) and the Victorian Football League (VFL) respectively.
Address: 740 Bourke St, Docklands VIC 3008
Phone: (03) 8625 7700
“Watched the Western Bulldogs AFLW team have a memorable victory over the Geeling Cats. Great facilities and a real family atmosphere. My two friends who don’t even follow football had a great time and will be coming back again.” John G.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground was built way back in 1853 when the then 15-year-old the ground was forced by the government to move from its former site because the route of Australia’s first steam train was to pass through the oval.
Since then the MCG has established a marvellous history that compares favourably with any other in the world, hosting plenty of international cricket including the first-ever Test and the 1992 World Cup final, countless VFL/AFL Grand Finals, and the 1956 Olympic Games.
Activities at the ‘G, MCG Premium Experiences, MCG Shop, Sunday Funday at the ‘G, Yarra Park, Conferences and Events, MCG Tours, National Sports Museum, Bars and cafes and Sporting Statues.
“World class venue! No matter whether coming here for sport, music or any other function, I have never been disappointed with the MCG. Many different eateries, bars and merchandise shops. Great parking options and easy to get to by public transport. Very well staffed and well equipped disabled access. Come and experience a huge Melbourne icon and home of much of Australia’s sporting history!” – Ben H.