A League

Australia - Season 2023/2024

Venues

  Team Stadium name Capacity Avg att. Filled %
img description Perth HBF Park 18,228 8,317
46%
img description Mariners Grahame Park 20,059 6,633
33%
img description Newcastle Utd McDonald Jones Stadium 26,126 7,546
29%
img description Adelaide Coopers Stadium 17,000 9,169
54%
img description Brisbane Suncorp Stadium 52,500 10,330
20%
img description Sydney FC Allianz Stadium 45,500 15,870
35%
img description Melb Victory AAMI Park 30,050 12,874
43%
img description Wellington Westpac Stadium 35,206 7,561
21%
img description Melbourne City AAMI Park 30,050 8,746
29%
img description WS Wanderers
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img description Western United
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img description Macarthur Campbelltown Sports Stadium 21,000 3,315
16%

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