2021 Stadium Awards: Vote for Australia’s best stadiums
Voting has now closed for the 2021 Stadium Awards on Austadiums, giving fans the opportunity to vote for Australia’s best sports stadiums across seven categories. Stay tuned for the results.
Casting a vote is simple and only takes a few minutes, but get in quick as voting closes on Thursday, December 30 at 5:00pm (AEDT).
This year, there are seven different categories to vote on. As well as Australia’s best stadium, fans can also vote on four different sports/competitions, best regional stadium and best indoor arena.
While there are popular choices to choose from, fans can also enter their own stadium, although it must be one of the 513 Australian-based stadiums listed on the Austadiums website to qualify.
- Best Stadium
- Best Cricket Ground
- Best AFL Stadium
- Best NRL Stadium
- Best A-League Stadium
- Best Regional Stadium
- Best Indoor Arena
The winning stadiums will be announced on the Austadiums website shortly after voting closes, while updates will be posted on Austadiums’ social media profiles during the voting period.
Optus Stadium will be looking to be named Australia’s best sports stadium again, after claiming the title in the 2019 awards, with the Melbourne Cricket Ground named the country’s best in the inaugural awards in 2018. The awards weren’t run last year following the Covid-impacted year but are back and raring to go in 2021.
2021 Stadium Awards Information
The 2021 Stadium Awards are a fan-voted competition to determine the best stadiums in Australia across seven different categories. Entries are open between 12:00pm on December 21 and 5:00pm on December 30, 2021 (AEDT). Only one entry is valid per person, with additional entries to be removed from the final count. While there are popular choices to choose from, fans can also enter their own stadium, although it must be one of the 513 Australian-based stadiums listed on the Austadiums website to qualify. The entries will be counted after voting has closed, with the winning stadiums announced on the Austadiums website.