Richmond Oval (commercially known as Hisense Stadium) lies west of the city, and is home to the West Adelaide Football Club, otherwise known as the Bloods. The ground was first used in 1958 for a match against West Torrens, of which the Bloods won by 10 points.
The ground features a main grandstand, the B.K. Faehse Stand, on the western wing with undercover seating for about 1,500 spectators. The rest of the ground is terraced with grassed areas on the north-eastern and south-western corners. Next to the grandstand is the past players room, featuring a bar and view of the ground. New lighting allows for SANFL night games - one of five grounds in the league.
The record crowd at Richmond Oval is 15,742 set for a SANFL game in 1969, however the capacity is now listed as 9,000 for AFLW games at the venue. Before entering into a naming rights agreement with Hisense in December 2019, Richmond Oval was known as City Mazda Stadium and Broadspectrum Oval prior to that.
Hisense Stadium Details
City Mazda Stadium