Photos: Stadiums in Oceania - World Stadium

Photos: Stadiums in Oceania – World Stadium

The most famous stadiums of Oceania are mainly found in Australia and New Zealand. Other countries in the archipelago also have surprisingly large sports facilities. Stadium World displays photos of the stadiums in Oceania.

Here you can find all the pictures (stadiums / arenas, etc.)
Country photos / lists – world of stadiums

Australia:

AAMI Park
Diaspora: Melbourne
Capacity: 30,050
Main user: Heart of Melbourne

Allianz StaDeum
Diaspora: Sydney
Capacity: 47,147
Hauptnutzer: Sydney Roosters, South Sidney Rabbitohs, HSBC Waratahs

ANZ Stadium was the main stadium for the 2000 Olympic Games. Photo: Adam. JWC

ANZ Stadium
Diaspora: Sydney
Capacity: 83,500
Main User: NSW Blues

Marvel Stadium with retractable roof.

Marvel Stadium with retractable roof. Photo: Dirk

Marvel Stadium
Diaspora: Melbourne
Capacity: 55,020
Main user: Melbourne Victory

Melbourne Traditional Cricket Park opened in 1853.

Melbourne Traditional Cricket Park opened in 1853. Photo: SDP Images

Melbourne Cricket Ground
Diaspora: Melbourne
Capacity: 100,000
Main User: Melbourne Football Club

Optus Stadium
Diaspora: Perth
Capacity: 60,000
Main user: West Coast Eagles

Sydney Cricket Stadium
Diaspora: Sydney
Capacity: 46,000
Main User: NSW Blues

Titanium Security Square
City: Adelaide
Capacity: 7800
Primary User: Adelaide 36ers

Fiji:

Two rugby matches can be played simultaneously in Albert Park.

Two rugby matches can be played simultaneously in Albert Park. Photo: Bjorn Schiffbauer

Albert Park
City: Suva
Capacity: 5000
main user: /

ANZ Stadium
City: Suva
Capacity: 30,000
The main user: the national team

Churchill Park
City: Lautoka
Capacity: 18,000
Main user: Lautoka FC

Garvey Park
City: Tavua
Capacity: 4,500
Main user: Tavua FC

Prince Charles Park Stadium
City: Club
Capacity: 8000
The main user: Club Club

New Caledonia:

In the background of Stade Clement, the viewer looks out against a gorgeous mountain backdrop.

In the background of Stade Clement, the viewer looks out against a gorgeous mountain backdrop. Photo: Axel Burle

Clement Stadium
City: Muret
Capacity: 2000
Main User: AS Thio Sport

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Henngen Stadium
Diaspora: Heengen
Capacity: 2000
Main User: Hienghene Sport

Lucian Yoshida Stadium
City: Koné
Capacity: 3,000
Main user: JS Bace Koné

The municipal stadium in Baita
Diaspora: Pata
Capacity: 3,000
Main User: OSM Paita

Noma Daly Stadium
Diaspora: Noumea
Capacity: 9646
Main User: AS Lössi

JS Tieta at his Stade Xuuti-Xuuthapet home.

JS Tieta at his Stade Xuuti-Xuuthapet home. Photo: Axel Burle

Xuuti-Xuuthapet Stadium
City: Voh
Capacity: 3,000
Main user: JS Tieta

New Zealand:

Eden Park is used for rugby in winter and cricket in summer.

Eden Park is used for rugby in winter and cricket in summer. Photo: EDEN PARK TRUST

Eden Garden
City: Auckland
Capacity: 60,000
Main User: Blues

Forsyth Bar Stadium
City: Dunedin
Capacity: 34,500
Hauptnutzer: Otago United

Mount Smart Stadium
City: Auckland
Capacity: 30,000
Main User: New Zeeland Warriors

North Harbor Stadium
Diaspora: North Shore
Capacity: 25,000
Main user: New Zealand Knights FC

Sky stadium has 34,500 seats.

Sky stadium has 34,500 seats. Bild: Wellington Provincial Stadium for Stadium

Sky Stadium
City: Wellington
Capacity: 34,500
Main user: hurricanes

Waikato Stadium
City: Hamilton
Capacity: 30,000
Primary User: Waikato FC

Palau:

National Stadium
Diaspora: the city of Koror
Capacity: 4,000
The main user: the national team

Samoa:

Appia Park
City: Apia
Capacity: 15,000
The main user: the national team

The Tulliavoa JS Blatter football stadiums are named after former FIFA President Sepp Blatter.

The Tulliavoa JS Blatter football stadiums are named after former FIFA President Sepp Blatter. Photo: Werner Bojay

Tulliavo JS Blatter football stadiums
City: Apia
Capacity: 4,000
The main user: the national team

Tahiti:

Butter Stadium
City: Papeete
Capacity: 15,000
Main users: National Team, AS Dragon, AS Pirae

Atil College Stadium
City: Veitongo
Capacity: 2000
Main source: FC Vetungu

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Tonga:

In 2018, Teufaiva Outdoor Stadium was severely damaged by a typhoon.  The repaired stadium was reopened a year later.

In 2018, Teufaiva Outdoor Stadium was severely damaged by a typhoon. The repaired stadium was reopened a year later. Photo: Axel Burle

Teofaeva outdoor stadium
City: Nuku’alofa
Capacity: 10,000
The main user: the national team

Vanuatu:

Corman Stadium
City: Port Vila
Capacity: 6000
Main user: Amicale FC

Laminu Stadium opened in 1986.

Laminu Stadium opened in 1986. Photo: Axel Burle

Lamino Stadium
City: Linkel
Capacity: 2000
Main user: Tafea Hornets FC

Municipa stadiumto
City: Port Vila
Capacity: 5000
Main User: Yatel FC

A shopping tour in Africa? US vacation with a visit to the arena? If you have also taken pictures of a stadium or arena and would like them to be made available to us, please send them to [email protected] with the required resource. We are happy with every photo, no matter where. (Stadionwelt, March 25, 2021)

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