Covid-19 Updates: Australian Sport & Stadiums

The impact of coronavirus continued into 2022 but all restrictions have now lifted. This article provides ongoing updates on crowd capacity restrictions in stadiums for each state and changes to sports events in Australia.


  • There are currently no restrictions in place in Australia

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Austadiums continues to have up-to-date schedules for all sports, while we also mark cancelled and postponed events accordingly. Events with restricted capacity or closed to the public are also marked as such, as are relocated events moved to neutral venues.

See below for current crowd restrictions in each Australian state and territory and keep scrolling to see updates for each sport and competition.

Stadium Attendance Restrictions – As at May 1*

ACT 100% of capacity  
NSW 100% of capacity  
NT 100% of capacity  
QLD 100% of capacity  
SA 100% of capacity  
TAS 100% of capacity  
VIC 100% of capacity  
WA 100% of capacity  

*This should be used as a guide only. Please check official government resources for clarification on current restrictions (click the icon above). Some capacity restrictions across venues within a state may vary depending on individual COVID-Safe plans.

Sports & Competition Updates

Various AFLW matches were relocated and/or postponed due to covid and WA border controls. The AFL season began unaffected, and the 50% capacity restriction in Perth has now lifted.

The NZ Warriors began the season based in Queensland at Moreton Daily Stadium, but have now returned to play home games in Auckland NZ.

The 2021/22 Australian Baseball League season was cancelled due to Covid.

Stay tuned on this article as we’ll continue to update the information for each sport and competition as it comes to hand. Keep on visiting Austadiums to view up-to-date sports fixtures and event schedules around Australia.

Upcoming Impacted Sports Events

View up-to-date information on the coronavirus situation and its impact on Australian sport and stadiums, including the AFL, NRL and A-League.
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