Allan Border Field
Allan Border Field is a cricket ground located in the Brisbane suburb of Albion which was upgraded to international standard in 2022. The facility forms part of the new National Cricket Campus, a $19 million facility completed over three stages. The redevelopment included increasing the size of the playing arena and wicket block, broadcast-standard field lighting, video scoreboard, spectator terracing and broadcast facilities. The new National Cricket Campus builds on the Australian National Cricket Academy which opened within the precinct in 2004 - now the Bupa National Cricket Centre.
The ground has an estimated capacity of 4,000 and includes two historic grandstands with undercover seating. It hosts matches for the Queensland Bulls, Brisbane Heat WBBL and the Australian national women's team.
Allan Border Field was formerly known as Neumann Oval and was home of the now-defunct QLD State Rugby League club Fortitude Valley Diehards from 1909 until 1995. Queensland Cricket purchased the ground shortly after the club relocated.
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