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Suncorp Stadium

UPDATED: 13/01/2011

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1,065,960
 Average: 27,332
 Highest: 52,111
 Lowest: 7,135

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Suncorp Stadium, traditionally known as Lang Park, is the home of Rugby League in Queensland. A major $280 million redevelopment of the stadium was completed in June 2003 to convert it into a state-of-the-art all-seater stadium. The two year project saw the stadium closed for the duration with all but the main granstand demolished, which was incorporated into the new design. Suncorp Stadium is one of Australia's leading rectangular stadiums, if not the world, and it plays host to many major events each year.

Prior to the redevelopment, Lang Park had a capacity of just over 40,000, which included two main grandstands on either side and terracing at each end. Following redevelopment, the stadium now includes 52,500 seats across three levels, of which 75% are covered to the drip line of the stadium roof. All three of Brisbane's major rectangular sporting teams call Suncorp home - Brisbane Broncos (National Rugby League), Queensland Reds (Super Rugby) and Brisbane Roar (A-League Football). The venue also plays host to State of Origin and International Rugby League matches, Rugby Union Internationals, Football Internationals and major Concerts.

Location: Brisbane, Queensland Address: 40 Castlemaine St Milton 4064. Tel: (07) 3331 5000
Capacity: 52,500 Seats: 52,500 (100% of capacity)
Record Crowd: 52,498 - 29/07/06 Rugby Union: Wallabies v New Zealand Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003: 52,499 - 22/06/13: Wallabies v British & Irish Lions
Lights: Yes Arena Roof: No
Video Screen: Yes (2) Arena Dimensions:
Built: 1914 Redeveloped: 2003
Former/Other Names: Lang Park
Suncorp Metway Stadium
Ticketing: Ticketek
Sports Played: Rugby League
Rugby Union
Football
Home Teams: Brisbane Broncos (NRL)
Queensland Roar (A-League)
Queensland Reds (S14)
Annual Events: Historic Events: 2003 Rugby World Cup
2008 Rugby League World Cup
Last Event: 25/10/14: Four Nations: Australia v New Zealand Next Event: 08/11/14: A-League: Brisbane v Melb City
Directions: Transport:
The closest rail station is Milton Rd. A pedestrian walkway directly from the Stadium to the station is located at the Southern plaza. The next closest rail station is Roma Street.
Parking: Accommodation:
There is no public parking available at the Stadium. However public parking stations are available within walking distance. CLICK HERE to view & book nearby accommodation >>
 
 
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