Sydney Football Stadium

Sydney Football Stadium Stadium is one of Sydney's premier sports and entertainment venues

Exterior of Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park
Exterior of Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park cc licensed photo by JBar via Wikipedia

The Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park in 1988 to provide a premier rectangular field sports venue for rugby and soccer games.

It is currently home to the Sydney Roosters (National Rugby League), New South Wales Waratahs (Regional Rugby and the Sydney FC (A-League Soccer). The Stadium has also hosted many major international sporting events such as World Cup Soccer and during the 2000 Summer Olympics the women's gold medal soccer.

Sydney Football Stadium also hosts some major concerts from time to time with famous performers such as U2, Madonna, George Michael, Pearl Jam and more.

With a capacity of 45500 seats, you are almost sure of being able to get tickets to any of the events here.

Nearby attractions: Paddington Markets and Centennial Park.

Facts For Your Visit

Official Website: Sydney Football Stadium

Fee: Yes - Varies by Event

Category: Stadiums & Arenas Landmarks & Historical Buildings

Address: Driver Ave
Paddington New South Wales 2021
Australia

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4 Star Rating I wanted to see a live cricket game while visiting Australia and the opportunity finally came up on my last night in Sydney. Looking at different options to... Read More

Kelly S. Mar-11-2020

5 Star Rating One of the best sporting venues in the world. Iconic. History. A few tips: - Catch Public Transport - Arrive early enough to be in line for security if you... Read More

David H. Feb-15-2020

3 Star Rating Some things have changed in the members stand over the 60+ years I have been going to matches at the SCG. Firstly, they allow women in the Members Stand. As... Read More

Sue L. Jan-31-2017

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Directions

Train and Bus Line Nearest Station Walking Time
Light Rail + BusCentral Station7 minutes
T1, T2, T3, T4 or T5 + BusCentral or Museum Station7 minutes

How to get to Sydney Football Stadium by Train and Bus

By Light Rail: Exit at Central Station and catch bus #378 at Stand A on the north side of Eddy Avenue. Exit the bus to your left at Oxford Street and Ormond Street and cross Oxford Street at Oakley road and follow it south to the Stadium where you will see signs directing you to the various gates (7 minutes).

By Train: Exit Central Station via the tunnel to Railway Square and catch bus #378 on Lee St at Stand A and ride to Oxford Street and Ormond Street. Exit the bus to your left and cross Oxford Street at Oakley road and follow it south to the Stadium where you will see signs directing you to the various gates (7 minutes) or exit at Museum Station and and catch bus #333 eastbound on Liverpool Street to Oxford Street and Ormond Street. Exit the bus to the east and cross Oxford Street at Oakley Road following it south to the Stadium where you will see signs directing you to the various gates (7 minutes).

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Time lapse video of a concert at Sydney Football Stadium from setup to takedown

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