Exies Oval

The magnificent Exies Sports Complex provides the community with some of the best sporting facilities in the region. The main oval, Griffith Ex-Servicemens Oval, is home of the Griffith Swans and is a sensational venue for Australian Rules Football, Rugby League and Cricket among others. The ground has elevated stading room areas around the ground to cater for large crowds. The ground often plays host to pre-season trial games for both the AFL and NRL.

The record crowd for the ground is around 8,000 for an Interrnational Cricket match in the 1960's against the English M.C.C. The largest recorded crowd for a Rugby League game is 6,831 for a trial between Parramatta and Melbourne in 2006, while the largest Australian Football crowd is 5,500 in 1996 for a pre-season game between Sydney and Brisbane.

The complex also includes a fully lit training facility adjacent to the main oval. The Board has plans to extend the Club within the next five years and also build a grand stand.

Exies Oval Details

Location
Address
Speirs St, Griffith NSW 2680  
Capacity
7,500  
Record Crowd
6,831 - 18/02/06 NRL Pre-Season: PAR v MEL
Highest Crowd since 2003
6,831 - 18/02/06: NRL Pre-Season: Eels v Storm  
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
No  
Sports Played
Australian Football
Rugby League
Cricket  
Home Teams
Griffith Swans
Waratah Tigers  
Last Event
Next Event
 
Directions
Accommodation
See nearby Exies Oval hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION

STADIUMS

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SPORT

AUS FOOTBALL AFL AFLW P/S
RUGBY LEAGUE NRL Trials
FOOTBALL A-League W-League FFA Cup
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