The Allianz Stadium opened under the name 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.
Allianz 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
Address: Driver Ave, Moore Park NSW 2021, Australia
Phone: (02) 9360 6601
Official Website: Allianz StadiumMap of nearby accommodations:
|Train and Bus Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Light Rail + Bus||Central Station||7 minutes|
|T1, T2, T3, T4 or T5 + Bus||Central or Museum Station||7 minutes|
How to get to Allianz 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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Ratedout of 5
Great stadium, no idea why they are knocking it down
abeeke85 - 4 days ago
This is a good stadium and very egalitarian - it has no corporate boxes. It's a bit run-down at the moment and needs a bit of love, but it does not deserve to be demolished. Some new facilities and more female toilets, new seats and some overdue maintenance will make all the difference. The plan by the NSW government to spend $723 million on a replacement stadium is a massive waste of public money and should be stopped. Please join Local Democracy Matters campaign to cancel the approval for demolition.
Chris Maltby - 14 days ago
🤩🤗🙂There are a handful of iconic landmarks that are synonymous with some of the world’s greatest cities, and Sydney’s eggshell-shaped opera house is certainly one of them. Although the Sydney Opera House is the heartbeat of the city, Sydney has a wealth of other attractions to offer its visitors. The city is notorious for its renowned beaches (you’ve probably heard of Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach), its famed vineyards, beautiful outdoors (The Blue Mountains will blow your mind), energetic nightlife, and of course--its unique wildlife which can be enjoyed in one of the city’s acclaimed zoos. Sydney isn’t just an absolutely must-visit destination, it also offers easy access to the rest of Australia and nearby New Zealand. And in case you like it so much and think it could be a good place to relocate to, we have good news for you! Sydney is regularly ranked amongst the top cities in the world to live in.
Muhammad Tayyab - 1 month ago
My Wife and I really enjoyed the venue. The stadium just emits heritage into your heart. You feel apart of history when you are there. But our last experience was bad because in torrential rain for a concert on the grass next to stage... there is no roof on the stadium...so imagine spending a huge amount of money to be there and only concentrate on how cold we are and how can we warm up. The rain isn't the stadiums fault...but instead of knocking down and rebuilding the stadium, pretty sure everyone would settle for a retractable roof. Parking in the area is horrible. Get there early....but leaving no matter if it is early or not...its a nightmare. Make sure you have enough petrol in your car because you will be in park for about 1-2 hours. Because if a non confident driver is at the front of your lane when trying to leave, they won't have the "balls" to merge in tight or force there way through, making your lane never move...(that's what's happened to me and many occasions). We will miss that stadium and hope the one they build in replacement will shine as this one did.
Daniel Melluso - 4 months ago
Stadium is large with easy entrances and exits. I'm not sure what its total capacity is though, it looked like it could support at least 50,000 people. Snacks/bar were also readily available, and security is friendly, helpful and non-threatening.
Eric Azizian - 5 months ago