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.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes - Varies by Event
Address: Driver Ave, Moore Park NSW 2021, Australia
Phone: (02) 9360 6601
Official Website: Sydney Football Stadium
Ratedout of 5
Saw Paul McCartney in concert in the second section on the floor. An amazing show, great sound and visuals from the greatest singer/songwriter of all time. The floor attention is open to the elements, but that didn't matter as we were seeing a Beatle in concert. Also, despite the seating, prepare to stand most of the time. An amazing night. Access to the stadium was easy, plenty of food options. A great night!
Andrew Sinnett - 3 months ago
Great new stadium. Easy access from light rail. If you watch a football game, no need to pay for public transport. There are plenty of restaurants and toilets. There's also a prayer room at bays 35-36.
Budi Irawan - 2 months ago
We saw the women’s World Cup Netherlands versus South Africa. Great experience and could you believe the tickets probably $40 each! Although I spent quite a bit more on the souvenirs. We chose to park about a 15 minute walk away from the stadium. Great opportunity to see world-class players.
Malcolm Phillips - 5 months ago
Easier to get to the place on the bus rather than the tram. Easier to leave the place on the tram rather than on the bus. The event finished at 11 PM, a bit of a walk to queue to the tram but it gets de-congested once arriving at Central.
Gerard - 3 months ago
Lots of easy entry/exit and transit to/from seating even when at capacity.
Extremely high food and beverage pricing, but plenty of choice, so if there for a special night out, need to factor cost in.
Sound quality dependent on location of seating. Optimal is far end 25%.
David Grey - 3 months ago
|Train and Bus Line
|Light Rail + Bus
|T1, T2, T3, T4 or T5 + Bus
|Central or Museum Station
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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