With a bold profile of gleaming triangular panels in a unique bioframe
roof, it’s no surprise that Melbourne’s AAMI Park has quickly become an
iconic sporting stadium.
Located only one kilometre from the
city centre, between the sweeping Yarra River and the
internationally-loved MCG, AAMI Park is Melbourne’s premier medium-sized
soccer, rugby union and rugby league venue.
AAMI Park’s star
teams include the National Rugby League's Melbourne Storm, Melbourne’s
Super Rugby team, the Melbourne Rebels, and soccer’s A-League teams, the
Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart.
The stadium has a
capacity of more than 30,000 spectators and boasts a popular roof design
that offers seating cover and a notable lack of pillars and walls
obstructing the view.
Recognizing the unique value of this
Melbourne attraction, in 2012 AAMI Park was awarded the World’s Most
Iconic and Culturally Significant Stadium by the Stadium World Congress.
AAMI Park is within the Melbourne and Olympic Parks precinct, and has been designed with easy and frequent connection to Melbourne trains, trams and buses.
Trams from Flinders Street and Richmond Stations stop at AAMI Park Stop 7D. Richmond Station, Jolimont Station and Flinders Street train stations are within walking distance to AAMI Park. Buses link between the city and the sports precinct. Visitors can also walk from Federation Square in the city, along the Yarra River.
Onsite car parking is limited and fees apply. Event days are more expensive than non-event days.