How Many Seats Does Aami Park Have?


Where Are The Best Seats At Aami Stadium?

There are no bad seats at AAMI park,there are no posts in the way & the arena is quite comfortable in its seating. Of course the seats closer to the front are the best,but even the higher seats give a good view.As always it depends on the position of the stage.

What Is Aami Park Used For?

AAMI Park is Melbourne’s premier rectangular stadium and home to the Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Victory, Melbourne City and Melbourne Rebels.

Who Owns Aami Park?

Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Location Edwin Flack Field Olympic Boulevard Melbourne City, Victoria, Australia Coordinates 37°49′31″S 144°59′2″ECoordinates: 37°49′31″S 144°59′2″E Public transit Richmond Railway Station Tram Route 70 Owner Government of Victoria Construction

How Old Is Aami Park?

10 c. 2010

How Much Is Parking At Aami Park?

PARKING AT AAMI PARK AAMI Park event parking can be booked up until 11:59pm the day immediately prior to an event, including Melbourne City FC match days: Event Parking ($30.00) Pre-Booked Event Parking ($20.00) Non Event Parking ($7.50)

Is There A Tab At Aami Park?

TAB. There are currently no TAB facilities.

What Are Clubhouse Tickets At Aami Park?

Clubhouse is the best seating available. You basically go in and watch live music and entertainment including talking to past and present players sometimes along with Kearnsy normally. over a year ago. Do you need to be a member to buy Clubhouse tickets for a game?

What Is Melbourne Storms Home Ground?


What Is Melbourne Victory Home Ground?

AAMI Park Marvel Stadium

Where Is Melbourne Storm Home Ground?


Where Do The Melbourne Rebels Play?

Melbourne, Australia

Who Plays At Aami Park?

Melbourne Storm Melbourne Victory FC Melbourne City FC Melbourne Rebels Victoria Maidens

When Did Aami Park Open?

May 7, 2010

Where Do The Adelaide Crows Train?

Football Park

When Did Afl Move To Adelaide Oval?

AFL football was evenutally played at the ground as a one off event in 2011, before moving to the ground full time in 2014. It was later revealed that the AFL had intended to move Port Adelaide to Adelaide Oval regardless of the SANFL deal.

When Was Football Park Built?