Domain Stadium, Subiaco

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Domain Stadium is located between Subiaco Road and Roberts Road, 5kms west of Perth's CBD. The oval is owned by the City of Subiaco, but managed and operated by Perth Stadium Management (www.perthstadiummanagement.com.au)

Domain Stadium is the home ground to both Perth-based AFL teams - the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Football Club. Subiaco Football Club and the West Coast Eagles administrative, player and supporter bases are also housed at the oval.

The Stadium attracts around 1 million visitors each year to a variety of events including AFL, International Rugby, Soccer, Corporate Functions, Concerts and Festivals.
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  • July 3, 2017
    Watched Eagles V Melbourne - a Saturday night game. Good atmosphere & experience despite Eagles last minute loss.  more »
  • May 28, 2017
    I have visited this stadium for 30 plus years. As 2017 is its final year very little money is being spent on it. Seats lack leg room and queues for food and drinks long. Staff great.  more »
  • May 6, 2017
    The sooner the new stadium arrives the better. This place has needed updating for years. Whilst the atmosphere is always good that's where the fun stops. No room for sentiment, knock it down and move ...  more »
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  • Well past its use by date and like a rabbit warren inside due to numerous ill planned expansions over the years. Not enough facilities inside to cater for the crowd sizes. The majority of seats are exposed to the elements (either rain or blinding sun) The food and beverage is second only to airports and cinemas in terms of being overpriced and barely edible, but they know they have a captive market so they sting you hard! It costs $8.50 for a small plastic cup of watery mid strength beer. Also on a cold day, be prepared to queue for 25mins to get a coffee from one of the 2 or 3 coffee venues serving up to 39,000 people. I go there purely because I have no choice.
  • Have been to many AFL games and a small handful of concerts here such as AC/DC. Prices are a bit much for food and drink. Easy to find your way and signs just about everywhere, staff are helpful too. Leaving the stadium can feel like a drag as the amount of people leaving at the same time.
  • Never was designed to take the crowd capacity it allows for. Screens are too small. Seating uncomfortable. Too long a wait and too hard to get food and drink, encouraging people to pre-load. New stadium will be a godsend
  • I sit block 117 the coffee stall causes a congestion as does the food stall and alcohol stall, trying to get through is absolute bedlam with their roped off zigzag line up..tonight the toilets were the least smelly of all season. Auskick are brought in couple of rows at a time starting from front rows so WHY can't they be taken out in reverse so as not to congest the steps with parents blocking the view of paid members while they wait for their child to come through...a meno needs to go to each participanting team to be aware of others viewing and squat down while waiting for little johnny to get in or out....grrrr 25 years the same problem every home game
  • Domain sTADIUM, what a hoot! Loved the atmosphere, which was like that of a cramped prison cell. I had to bring a cushion to avoid the arthritis in the back. Watched the Dockers play live, would probably have enjoyed watching my fish swim around in it's bowl for 3 hours then watch a team of hulking oafs and Owen Fyfe running around the field to the end result of 3 and a half behinds. Loved the Sydney side though, cracking stuff, 450 points never looked so good. All in all, I'm pretty sure the 14 year old that served me at the kiosk over charged by 300 dollars for my magnum.

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