Allianz Stadium, Sydney

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Experience the famous Australian game day atmosphere at Allianz Stadium, widely regarded as one of the country’s finest rectangular stadiums. The popular venue hosts rugby league, rugby union, and soccer matches, and is home to Sydney Roosters, NSW Waratahs, and Sydney FC. Steeped in history, the stadium is part of an iconic city district that includes the Sydney Cricket Ground, which has been a place of entertainment and relaxation for over 160 years. Nearby you can also visit other historic sports sites, like the Members Pavilion and the Ladies Pavilion, considered among the country’s architectural treasures. You can easily access the stadium by car or train, with express shuttle buses from the main train station available on game days. For Allianz Stadium and beyond, use our Sydney trip planner to get the most from your Sydney vacation.
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  • Australia Football League is the powerhouse Sydney FC's home stadium. In addition to football seems to have used Rugby ACL game to go, on the first floor of inclination of the seat loose stuff running track is not clarity is good. Recommended by bus because it is 20-30 minutes on foot from the central train station. Around no, food and beverage outlets at athletic park. I'd do different game, opening game started was long wait at 1 hour ago. In the stadium there was fast food such as burgers, tasty in the dry.
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  • As a foundation member of Sydney FC football club, I have had attended the stadium on many occasions over that period. I found travelling there & back is no problem by train, bus or walk from Central ...  more »
  • I wanted to experience an Australian football match and my trip coincided with Sydney FC v Wellington. I arrived by local transport and purchased a ticket on the night for A$45.00 in the silver sectio...  more »
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  • The stadium is nice and big. There are easy access multiple entries. There are plenty of washrooms near each entry. Also there are some good shops offering good easy to carry food. Must visit with the family for the AFL matches as the atmosphere is amazing. There is a separate fun area inside the ground for kids where there are some activities and music playing during the matches to keep everyone engaged and entertained. Short walk from the bus stop makes it accessible for all.
  • Nice smaller size stadium reasonably close to the city but currently not easy to get to by public transport. When the light rail is up and running it will be so much better. Parking is expensive. I went to see the W league final recently. Match ticket was $25. Wilson parking was $25 and the only took cards NO cash. I love the smaller stadium though.
  • Best place ever! But today i am a New Zealand Warriors fan! And they won! Best day there! 🏉👌🏼☀️
  • The only reason you come here is for an event. Whether it be a sporting event, a concert or whatever, you can't choose to see it somewhere else unfortunately. From the moment you get funnelled into the precinct you are fighting for space. There aren't enough turnstiles so it takes a couple of minutes to get into the ground. There are nowhere near enough toilets and the ones that are there absolutely stink. Unless you are in a corporate box if it rains you're almost guaranteed to get wet. There are insufficient staff in the food and beverage line so you can miss substantial amounts of the game getting a drink. The coffee cart is EXTREMELY slow in making the coffee (or whatever you prefer) and the hot chocolates are terrible. There are 2 sizes small and large with the prices being $5.60 and $7.60 from memory. Which leads me to the food. If you can call it food. Pies and sausage rolls that are either still cold or have been microwaved for so long you can't eat them until you get home. A very limited choice of food which is repeated at the various food outlets in the stadium, if they happen to be open. And for the privilege of eating at the stadium you have to take out a mortgage as it's so very very expensive. Try and eat before you go and bring in your own food and drink as long as it's not alcohol
  • Volume way too loud for comfort when watching sporting events. However if you feel inclined, you can stay in the bathroom facilities and watch on screen without becoming hearing impaired. No idea why volume is so painfully loud, I know many others complain. Perhaps to encourage patrons to remain inside drinking?

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