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Allianz Stadium, Sydney
(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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. Plan your Allianz Stadium visit and explore what else you can see and do in Sydney using our Sydney trip generator.
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  • We went to a Sydney FC Game when we were in the city the stadium is very impressive the Home fans were very passionate and kept up a great atmosphere before during and after the game. It catered very ...  more »
  • From October till April next year is A league (Australian soccer league) season usually. I really recommend to attend to Sydney FC home game if you are in Sydney during the season. The supporters of S...  more »
  • It's a pretty big stadium but you feel close to the action. Fantastic place to spend the afternoon watching the Tahs or the Wallabies. Food and drink is sometimes a bit slow but has improved. Certainl...  more »
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  • Old and run down, feels empty unless there are 20000+ people there. The bars and food there are pathetic and expensive. Its amazing how good the scg is next door yet the sfs is useless.
  • Good to catch the Sydnet fc games. Easy to get to
  • Good stadium by international standards though not huge with about a 35k capacity. Has a good size while keeping you close to the game. And it's well organised so even when at capacity lines to food, exits, bathrooms etc all seem reasonable as stadiums go.
  • 20 years ago it was a good venue, but now.... the service is pathetic and every time you ask for a drink it is like you are asking for the first time. Don't expect a drink if is a full house
  • Atm and eftpos facilities. Plenty of food/bar options