North Sydney Oval

North Sydney Oval

North Sydney Oval is a picturesque old ground located north of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and hosts a number of sports events throughout the year including cricket, soccer, rugby League and union. The Capacity of the ground is around 16,000 and it contains a number of grandstands, some of which were relocated from the Sydney Cricket Ground. These provide spectator seating for around 9,000 and there is also has a grass hill on the outer wing. Seven light towers provide the ground with good standard lighting for night matches.

The ground is most famously known as the home of former NRL team North Sydney Bears who now compete in the NSW Cup. It is also home of Northern Suburbs who play in the NSW Club Rugby Competition. The ground also hosts occasional cricket games for the NSW Blues and women's BBL matches. Former NSL club Northern Spirit played their home games at the venue from the club's first year until the end of the 2003 season. In their opening few seasons, they attracted large crowds to the ground, including over 18,000 to their first ever home game - the record regular season crowd in the old competition. North Sydney also previously hosted pre-season AFL games for the Sydney Swans.

North Sydney Oval Details

Location
Address
Corner Miller and Ridge StsNorth Sydney 2060  
Capacity
16,000  
Seats
8,920 (56% of capacity)
Record Crowd
23,089 - 13/5/1994 ARL: North Sydney vs Manly-Warringah
Highest Crowd since 2003
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
Yes  
Opened
1867
Redeveloped
1985
Ticket Agent
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Sports Played
Cricket
Football
Rugby League
Rugby Union  
Home Teams
Northern Suburbs RC  
Last Event
Next Event
Directions
Transport
The nearest station is North Sydney.
Parking
Parking available at St Marys Church and Ridge St parking stations.
Accommodation
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