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The ground was completed in 2010, has seating for just over 30,000 and also has a rectangular pitch which means that fans can get close to the action. The ground is situated in the Sports and Entertainment Precinct near the MCG and Rod Laver Arena...More
While the contest wasn't what we had hoped, the atmosphere and stadium logistics were worth the night out.
We purchased category A seating for $65 each which were well positioned with an excited group of Storm fans around us.
Beers were fast and affordable (for...More
The venue is good with respect to viewing a sporting contest. I went last night and enjoyed watching the storm beat Canberra. There were 2 things that I found somewhat disappointing though, having been to the MCG earlier in the day I felt that the...More
As a member of Melbourne Storm, I have been a regular to AAMI Park since it opened.
I have also been to the stadium for soccer, the Rebels, international games and have sat in a range of seating positions and find it a great in...More
I thought AAMI Park was quite more modern than the MCG, better snack stands and the quality of the surrounding grounds. Although the layout is a tad different from the MCG, it was a nice stadium. If you sit closer to the ground you're not...More
What a great place to watch rugby from. You feel like you could touch the players from where we were sitting in the stand. We were there this time for the Wallabies v Ireland. The echo around the ground from the national anthems to the...More
Firstly id have to say that it is one of the best places to watch rugby . You feel so close to the ground no matter where you sit.
I would how ever recomend getting to the ground early, as they havent quite worked out...More