Our Venues

nib Stadium

 Formally known as Perth Oval nib Stadium was originally built in 1910. In 2003 an $11.4 million dollar major redevelopment was commissioned and funded by the State and Local Governments, which saw Perth Oval configured into a rectangular stadium in 2004.

The State then invested $95 million into nib Stadium, providing a high quality rectangular stadium which seats approximately 20,500.

The venue is owned and managed on behalf of the Government of Western Australia by VenuesWest.

The ground is currently home to two major professional sporting clubs:
•    Perth Glory FC, a soccer team competing in the A-League
•    Emirates Western Force, a rugby union team competing in the Super Rugby competition

The stadium  is also used by the WA Reds, a semi-professional rugby league team and  has up to six major concerts per year.

REDEVELOPMENT

The $95 million redevelopment includes:

* New permanent eastern stand
* Food and beverage concessions
* East stand toilets
* East stand entrance gates
* New concourse
* Roof coverage to 80 per cent of east stand seats
* Operational maintenance works to the existing west stand
* New pitch lighting
* New pitch
* Video replay boards
* BBQ terrace
* Open Corporate Reserves (OCR’s) to east stand bowl with awning to front of east tier for shade protection.

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