Dolphin Stadium is a 11,500-capacity multi-purpose rectangular stadium located in Redcliffe – north of Brisbane. The venue is owned by the Redcliffe Dolphins Rugby League Cup who play their QLD Cup games at the venue. As well as rugby league, it also hosts football with the Brisbane Roar occasionally playing matches at Redcliffe.
Originally opened in 1979, the stadium has been significantly upgraded in recent times, firstly with a new 3,500-seat western grandstand completed in mid-2016, followed by the new eastern grandstand completed in mid-2018 to boost the seating capacity up to 7,000 as well as the Dolphins Academy and upgraded field and dressing room facilities. Stage 3 commenced in January 2020 and was completed in September 2020 which included a new grandstand at the northern. The completed stadium now has a capacity of 11,500 including seating for 10,000 spectators. There are plans to install broadcast-quality lighting in the future.
Dolphin Stadium has hosted multiple NRL trial matches, Queensland Cup Grand Finals and football games including Brisbane Roar A-League and W-League matches.
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