Olympic Park Oval

Melbourne/Victoria

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Olympic Park Oval sits on the site of the old Olympic Park Stadium in the heart of Melbourne's sporting precinct. The former 18,000-capacity Athletics venue, originally built as a warm-up track for the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games, was demolished in 2012. The new oval has been built as a training base for the Collingwood Football Club which also hosts VFL and AFLW matches. It was completed in early 2013 and features match-standard lighting, a grass embankment with some concrete terracing on the outer wing - estimated capacity is 5,000. A two-lane running track surrounds the playing arena. A new pavilion at the ground known as the Glasshouse was completed in early 2016 which joins onto the adjacent Holden Centre and features a social club, function room, theatre, gym and match day facilities for staff and players.

Olympic Park Oval

Location: Melbourne, Victoria MAP Address: 100 Olympic Blvd, Melbourne VIC
Capacity: 5,000 Seats:
Record Crowd: Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003: 3,600 - 18/02/18: AFLW: Collingwood v GWS Giants
Lights: Yes Arena Roof: No
Video Screen: No Arena Dimensions:
Built: 2013 Redeveloped: 2016
Former/Other Names: Ticketing:
Sports Played: Australian Football Home Teams: Collingwood (VFL/AFLW)
Annual Events: Historic Events:
Last Event: 18/03/18: AFLW: Collingwood v Adelaide Crows Next Event:
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