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Jiangwan Sports Center
Port Adelaide Football Club
Port Adelaide Football Club
(2017-) Gold Coast Football Club
Gold Coast Football Club
(2017)Websitehttp://www.kic-jwsc.comThe Jiangwan Stadium
Jiangwan Stadium
(Chinese: 江湾体育场), formerly Shanghai Stadium, is a multi-purpose athletics stadium in Shanghai, China.Contents1 History 2 Australian rules football 3 Architecture 4 Transportation 5 See also 6 References 7 External linksHistory[edit] Jiangwan Stadium
Jiangwan Stadium
was built in 1934 as part of the Greater Shanghai Plan. It hosted its first National Games of China
China
in 1935. During World War II the stadium was damaged by the Japanese during the Battle of Shanghai.[1] The Kuomintang
Kuomintang
government repaired the stadium for the Seventh National Games in 1948
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East Melbourne Cricket Ground
The East Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
was a grass oval sports venue located at the corner of Wellington Parade and Jolimont Parade, in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.[1]Contents1 History1.1 Cricket 1.2 Football 1.3 Closure2 See also 3 ReferencesHistory[edit] The ground was opened in 1860 and closed in 1921. It adjoined the Melbourne Cricket Ground
Melbourne Cricket Ground
and was not far from the Richmond Cricket Ground, all three grounds being sited in the area formerly known as Captain Lonsdale's Cow Paddock, now Yarra Park.[1] Cricket[edit] East Melbourne Cricket Club was the most successful member of the Victorian Cricket Association during the 19th Century and early 20th Century, winning more than half of the VCA's Premierships during that period
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Manuka Oval
Eastlake Football Club
Eastlake Football Club
(NEAFL) ACT Comets
ACT Comets
(men's cricket) ACT Meteors
ACT Meteors
(women's cricket) GWS Giants (AFL) 2012 – present GWS Giants (AFLW) 2017 – present North Melbourne Football Club
North Melbourne Football Club
(AFL) 1998 – 2006 Western Bulldogs
Western Bulldogs
(AFL) 2007 – 2011 Melbourne Demons (AFL) 2007 – 2009Ground informationEnd namesPool End Manuka EndInternational informationFirst ODI 10 March 1992:  South Africa v  ZimbabweLast ODI 6 December 2016:  Australia v  New ZealandAs of 6 December 2016 Source: Cricinfo Manuka Oval
Manuka Oval
(branded UNSW Canberra
Canberra
Oval for Greater Western Sydney Giants home games in the Australian Football League) is a sporting venue in Canberra, the capital of Australia
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The Gabba
The Brisbane
Brisbane
Cricket
Cricket
Ground, commonly known as The Gabba,[1][2] is a major sports stadium in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The nickname Gabba derives from the suburb of Woolloongabba, in which it is located. The land on which the ground sits was set aside for use as a cricket ground in 1895 and the first match was held on the site on 19 December 1896, between Parliament and The Press. Prior to this, cricket was played at a ground in the area then known as Green Hills (beside Countess Street Petrie Terrace
Petrie Terrace
opposite the Victoria Barracks – now occupied by the Northern Busway),[3] since at least the early 1860s.[4] The Gabba
The Gabba
shared first-class cricket matches with the Exhibition Ground until 1931
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Kardinia Park (stadium)
Kardinia Park
Kardinia Park
(also known as GMHBA
GMHBA
Stadium due to naming rights) is a sporting and entertainment venue located within Kardinia Park, South Geelong, Victoria. The stadium, which is owned and operated by the Kardinia Park
Kardinia Park
Stadium Trust, is the home ground of the Geelong Football Club
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Melbourne Cricket Ground
$150,000,000 (1992 Southern stand redevelopment) $460,000,000 (2006 Northern stand redevelopment)TenantsAustralian Football League Melbourne Football Club
Melbourne Football Club
(1858–present) Richmond Football Club
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Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
(known commercially as Metricon Stadium) is a sporting venue on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, located in the suburb of Carrara. The venue is primarily used for Australian rules football
Australian rules football
and is the home ground of the Gold Coast Suns, who compete in the Australian Football League. Carrara Stadium
Carrara Stadium
received substantial redevelopment work prior to the entry of the Brisbane Bears
Brisbane Bears
to the VFL/AFL in 1987, but following the Bears relocation to the Brisbane Cricket Ground in 1993, it was used for other sports including rugby league, rugby union and even baseball
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Perth Stadium
Perth
Perth
Stadium, also known by naming rights sponsorship as Optus Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Perth, Western Australia, located in the suburb of Burswood. It was completed in late 2017 and officially opened on 21 January 2018. The stadium has a capacity of over 60,000 people, making it the third-largest stadium in Australia (after the Melbourne
Melbourne
Cricket
Cricket
Ground and Stadium Australia). Perth
Perth
Stadium is primarily used for Australian rules football
Australian rules football
and cricket
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Sydney Showground Stadium
Sydney
Sydney
Showground Stadium (commercial name Spotless Stadium, previously Škoda Stadium)[3] is a sports and events stadium located at the Sydney
Sydney
Showground in Sydney
Sydney
Olympic Park. It hosted the baseball events for the 2000 Summer Olympics. The Showground, including the stadium, is operated by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS), under lease from the NSW Government.[4]I The stadium hosts flagship events of the Sydney
Sydney
Royal Easter Show, such as the Grand Parade. The stadium is also used for sport. It is the primary home ground of the Australian Football League's Greater Western Sydney
Sydney
Giants and the home ground of the Big Bash League's Sydney
Sydney
Thunder
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Sydney Cricket Ground
The Sydney
Sydney
Cricket
Cricket
Ground (SCG) is a sports stadium in Sydney, Australia. It is used for Test, One Day International
One Day International
and Twenty20 cricket, as well as Australian rules football, rugby league football and rugby union. It is the home ground for the New South Wales
New South Wales
Blues cricket team, the Sydney
Sydney
Sixers of the Big Bash League
Big Bash League
and the Sydney Swans Australian Football League
Australian Football League
club
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Bellerive Oval
Bellerive Oval
Bellerive Oval
(currently known as Blundstone Arena for sponsorship reasons) is a cricket and Australian rules football
Australian rules football
ground located in Bellerive, a suburb on the eastern shore of Hobart, Tasmania. It is the only venue in Tasmania
Tasmania
which hosts international cricket matches, and has a spectator capacity of 19,500. The venue is best known as the home ground for the state cricket teams, the Tasmanian Tigers
Tasmanian Tigers
and Hobart
Hobart
Hurricanes, as well as a venue for international Test matches since 1989 and one-day matches since 1988. It is also the secondary home ground for AFL club North Melbourne, who play three home games a season at the venue
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Cazaly's Stadium
Cazaly's Stadium
Cazaly's Stadium
is a sports stadium in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Westcourt. The stadium is named after Australian rules footballer Roy Cazaly. With a capacity of approximately 13,500 people, Cazaly's Stadium
Cazaly's Stadium
is the largest oval stadium in Cairns
Cairns
and features a main grandstand relocated from the Brisbane Cricket Ground
Brisbane Cricket Ground
in the late 1990s. It is used by the Queensland
Queensland
Cricket
Cricket
Association, Queensland
Queensland
Rugby League, and AFL Cairns
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Eureka Stadium
Eureka Stadium
Eureka Stadium
(known for sponsorship purposes as Mars Stadium) is an oval shaped sports stadium located in the Ballarat Showgrounds
Ballarat Showgrounds
at Wendouree, an outer suburb of Ballarat
Ballarat
in Australia.Contents1 History 2 AFL venue 3 Redevelopment 4 Attendance records 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The first oval was established in 1990 on a site formerly occupied by the Ballarat Showgrounds
Ballarat Showgrounds
Harness Racing track (1952–1966) when the North Ballarat Football Club
North Ballarat Football Club
and North Ballarat
Ballarat
Cricket
Cricket
Club relocated from their original club facilities that were located on the eastern side of the former harness racing track
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Marrara Oval
Marrara Oval, currently branded TIO Stadium under a naming rights agreement (and previously also known as Football Park), is a sports ground in Darwin, the capital of Australia's Northern Territory. The ground primarily hosts Australian rules football, cricket, and rugby league. Marrara Oval
Marrara Oval
was opened in 1991. It has a capacity of 12,500 people, making it the largest stadium in the Northern Territory. However, the ground has a record attendance of 17,500, set in 2003 for a football game featuring the Indigenous All-Stars. Marrara Oval
Marrara Oval
has hosted at least one Australian Football League
Australian Football League
(AFL) game in every season since 2004 and at least one National Rugby League
National Rugby League
(NRL) game in every season since 2012
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Adelaide Oval
Location War Memorial Drive Adelaide, South Australia AustraliaCoordinates 34°54′56″S 138°35′46″E / 34.91556°S 138.59611°E / -34.91556; 138.59611Coordinates: 34°54′56″S 138°35′46″E / 34.91556°S 138.59611°E / -34.91556; 138.59611Owner South Australian GovernmentOperator Adelaide
Adelaide
Oval SMA LtdCapacity 53,583[1]Field size 167 x 124 metres[2]Opened 1871TenantsCricket
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Traeger Park
Traeger Park
Traeger Park
(currently known under naming rights as TIO Traeger Park[1]) is a sports complex located in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, and is named after Alfred Hermann Traeger. The park was officially opened by Anne Catherine Smallwood (nee Traeger) Alfred's younger daughter
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