FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™

Brisbane Stadium

Brisbane’s long-serving major football ground underwent significant redevelopment in 2003 becoming an impressive modern three-tiered complex. The venue has previously hosted local club Brisbane Roar in both the A-League and W-League. The stadium hosted matches at the 2015 AFC Asian Cup and one of the most memorable A-League grand finals in 2011. A home to major concerts, Brisbane Stadium regularly hosts major Rugby League and Rugby Union matches.

Gross capacity: 52,263

MATCHES

Stadiums

Brisbane Stadium
Brisbane Stadium

Summary

Dunedin Stadium
Dunedin Stadium

Dunedin / Otepoti

Eden Park, Auckland
Eden Park, Auckland

Auckland / Tamaki Makaurau

Hindmarsh Stadium
Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Summary

Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Melbourne

Perth Rectangular Stadium
Perth Rectangular Stadium

Perth

SYDNEY | AUSTRALIA, 31 JANUARY 2015. Images from the final of the 2105 Asian Football Championship final, held at Stadium Australia, Australia Defeated Kore 2-1 in extra time..PIc Dave Tease | LOC 2015.
Stadium Australia

Sydney

Sydney Football Stadium (impression)
Sydney Football Stadium

Summary

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
Waikato Stadium

Hamilton / Kirikiriroa

Wellington Stadium
Wellington Regional Stadium

Wellington