AAMI Park, Melbourne

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AAMI Park morphs to accommodate everything from rock stars to sports gods. The rectangular pitch-shaped stadium is designed to hold the city’s soccer and rugby games. Explore the outdoor sports stadium when its tenants such as Melbourne Rebels and Victoria Maidens play there. The stadium has covered seats with lots of aisles, making the seats easy to reach. You will have unobstructed views of the game since the complex is free from pillars or walls. Look up to admire the domed roof that substantially covers the seating area and gives the stadium its strong identity. Using our world travel planner, Melbourne attractions like AAMI Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The show was absolutely FANTASTIC Wasn't keen on the plastic chairs, however, everybody stood up to watch so seating (Plastic Chairs) was not an issue  more »
  • It’s cramped and the seats are uncomfortable. If you are above 5’6” you will struggle. The seats too are rock hard. This is the 21st century all major sporting g stadiums have a little bit of padding....  more »
  • As with most stadiums in Melbourne, Aami Park is great. Good views all round- open roof, so take a jumper if a cooler evening. Good for sport and concerts. Acoustics were terrific. Looks great at nigh...  more »
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  • Squeezy seats, big aisles. That was my experience, but overall have seen great shows there and it seems more 'intimate' than other stadiums I have been to. Easy to find your way around and sound was good. Top venue.
  • Easy venue to get in to for the Storm's home game against the Roosters and it was our first visit to AAMI Park. The staff were really helpful and cheerful. The view from our seats in the upper stands was excellent and it looks like you'd get a decent view from anywhere in the stadium. The crowd was well behaved and enthusiastic and it resulted in a great atmosphere. Plenty of young family groups as well as us oldies. Great experience for all and we'd certainly recommend it to others.
  • One of the best stadiums in Melbourne. Great of soccer, rugby, and concerts. A must see for soccer fans.
  • Went to Paul McCartney concert. Concert was good but acoustics in this arena are terrible. We were seated near back. Never again.
  • Best stadium in Melbourne to watch football (soccer). When full, creates a great European-like atmosphere.

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