Casey Fields

Casey Fields

Casey Fields is a premier sports facility in Melbourne's outer south east. Located in Cranbourne East, the 70 hectare facility includes facilities for a wide range of sports. The first stage opened in April 2006 and included the main oval at a cost $4.2 million and over 2,000 fans watched the Casey Scorpions defeat the Box Hill Hawks in the first game. The record crowd for the ground is 10,099 for a pre-season AFL match between Hawthorn and Essendon in March 2007. It continues to host the Casey Demons and also Melbourne Demons AFLW matches.

The main ground includes a main grandstand with seating for 350 including 200 under cover as well as a function room with a seating capacity of 120. The rest of the ground is surrounded by a grass hill with shading opposite the grandstand, with the total capacity around the 10,000 mark. Lights installed at the ground allow for night matches. In November 2008, the Melbourne Football Club (AFL) moved their training base from Junction Oval to Casey Fields for a short period. The club has since returned back to near the MCG.

Also located at Casey Fields is two more oval grounds, an athletics track and rectangular fields for Rugby League/Union and Soccer.

Casey Fields

Casey Fields Details

Location
Address
160 Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East VIC  
Capacity
9,000  
Seats
350 (4% of capacity)
Record Crowd
10,099 - 17/03/07 AFL Pre-Season: Hawthorn v Essendon
Highest Crowd since 2003
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
Yes  
Opened
2006
Ticket Agent
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Sports Played
Australian Football  
Home Teams
Casey Demons (VFL)  
Last Event
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Directions
Parking
There is plenty of parking available on-site.
Accommodation
See nearby Casey Fields hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION
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