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A boutique hotel is an innovation that will not only help offset the ongoing costs associated with operating and maintaining the stadium, but will also ensure Adelaide Oval stays at the forefront of innovation in what is an extremely competitive international event market.

Adelaide Oval Hotel will be an important addition to South Australia’s $6.7 billion visitor economy, which is a critical driver of jobs and investment. The hotel will create 120 ongoing FTE roles.

Adelaide Oval Hotel will be built and managed by the Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority. It will not be operated by an external provider, nor will it carry any large-scale external signage. A large number of Adelaide Oval staff members have extensive experience working in the four and five-star hotel and casino industry.

The design is being overseen by COX Architecture and project managed by Mott MacDonald, the same team responsible for the award-winning redevelopment of Adelaide Oval.

None of the stadium’s existing access/egress including the plaza and atrium entry are affected by the development. Planning is already underway to ensure the impact of construction on game day patrons arriving/leaving the stadium at the East Gate is kept at a minimum.

The hotel has been designed to fit as unobtrusively and seamlessly into the existing design as possible, retaining the magnificent views while not impacting the experience for game day patrons.

The 128-room boutique hotel will feature two wings that will integrate into the existing design on either side of the East Gate. They will be linked by an elevated foyer and lounge pod with views into the east atrium and out to the parklands and city skyline.

The design of the hotel has been extensively reviewed by the Office for Design and Architecture South Australia (ODASA) to ensure it complements the current outstanding Adelaide Oval design environment.

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For details on how to purchase Guest Passes, Season or Daily Reserved Seats, and Leigh Whicker Room Upgrades please visit the Membership Benefits page.

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Yes, you can utilise any of the General Admission seating and standing areas in any part of the stadium.

Concession

Persons holding the following cards are eligible for a Concession membership: aged pension, single parent pension, disability pension, full-time students, and veteran affairs. Seniors cards and health care cards are not accepted.

Junior

Junior members must be under 15 years of age as at 1 January of the year membership is being purchased for (eg. 1 January 2019 for the upcoming 2019 season), and may be asked for proof of age when entering Adelaide Oval.

Children in free

Children under the age of six years are permitted to enter the Members Area free of charge, but cannot occupy a seat. After this point they will need a membership (or will need to join the waitlist) or guest pass to enter (subject to availability).

Adelaide Oval is located 400 metres from the CBD and just a few minutes’ walk from public transport networks (train, bus and tram). Patrons are strongly encouraged to use public transport when attending events at Adelaide Oval.

Train
The Adelaide Railway Station is located on North Terrace, approximatley a five-minute walk across the Riverbank footbridge or via King William Street. For timetables and more information visit the Adelaide Metro website.

Tram
Trams operate between Glenelg and the city with stops located on North Terrace and King William Road (outside the Adelaide Festival Centre). For timetables and more information please visit the Adelaide Metro website.

Bus
Bus services run throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area and service several bus stops in the vicinity of Adelaide Oval. Refer to the Adelaide Metro website for details.

Taxi
On major event days taxi ranks and drop-off zones are located on Pennington Terrace and King William Road.

Adelaide Oval Express Services
For most major events at Adelaide Oval patrons can take advantage of the Adelaide Oval Express Services across train, tram and bus routes. Travel is free upon presentation of a valid event ticket.

If members wish to upgrade a Junior membership to a Concession/Adult or a Concession membership to an Adult, this can be done at the ticket windows on game day.

Season 2018 upgrade prices: (please note prices are subject to change for the 2019 season)

  • Concession to Adult – $20
  • Junior to Adult – $25
  • Junior to Concession – $20

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There is a cost of $35 for a replacement card. Replacement of a stolen card is free of charge by attaching the police report or indicating the police report number assigned to their case by SA Police. To organise a replacement card please call Member Services on 1300 100 336.

Please visit the South Gate Ticket Office (furthest window to the left signed Adelaide Oval Football Membership Enquiries). Your membership barcode will be blocked from entry, and a temporary ticket issued to you for the game at a cost of $15. Please note payment can be made by credit card only. Cash/cheque payment cannot be accepted.

A member who continues to live interstate or overseas for a period of no less than six months, or reasonably expects to do so in the next membership year, may apply to place their membership on hold. A membership can remain on hold for no more than two consecutive years.

Documentation confirming absence must accompany the Adelaide Oval Football Membership hold form. This can include any of the following:

  • A copy of your Drivers Licence with proof of interstate address
  • A copy of your international airline ticket showing departure/arrival dates
  • A letter from your employer

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Members can submit a Seat Move Request Form from 1 November 2018.

Please note, any seat move request forms lodged during previous renewal periods are not carried over and a new seat move request form must be lodged for each upcoming season.

Due to the number of seat moves being limited, only those successful will be contacted prior to the start of the upcoming AFL season.

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Adelaide Oval Football Member Services may in its discretion allow a permanent transfer of membership into the name of an immediate family member only. Membership cannot be transferred into any other person’s name or corporation name and members cannot sell the use of a membership to any other person or corporation.

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It is hard to give an accurate answer to this question. We are currently fully subscribed therefore the wait will depend on the number of memberships that become available each year due to non-renewals by current members.

In all instances, if you have an issue on game day please approach an event day staff member or Adelaide Oval security as soon as possible. By alerting staff or security this gives us the ability to resolve any issues on the day.

Members can also SMS their issue to the Adelaide Oval feedback number 0400 TELL US (0400 835 587). Please include as much information as possible such as Section, Row, Seat number and the issue at hand so our event day staff can closely monitor the area.

In the spirit of fair play, members should not hold seats for friends, family or guests who have not yet arrived at the venue. Denying a seat from someone who is at the venue in favour of someone who is yet to arrive is unfair. Once a seat has been occupied it may, of course, be reserved temporarily while members are absent from the seat for reasonable purposes (food, beverages, bathroom etc).

A dress standard of neat, smart casual attire (no rips or tears) applies for all Adelaide Oval Football Members and their guests. Rubber thongs and singlets are not permitted in the Members Area. Adelaide Oval SMA Management reserves the right to refuse entry to Members Areas if members do not meet the minimum dress standard.

The Adelaide Oval Football Membership Terms & Conditions can be downloaded via the button below.

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Ticketek is the only authorised ticketing agent for all major events at Adelaide Oval. Tickets to all Adelaide Oval events (excluding memberships) must be purchased via Ticketek.

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Adelaide Oval ticket offices are open on major event days, generally from half an hour prior to gates opening. Ticketek staff will be on site during events to facilitate ticket sales, collections and enquiries.

Accessible ticketing sales and enquiries should be directed to the Ticketek Special Needs Hotline on 1300 665 915.

Membership ticketing enquiries should be directed to the relevant home team:

Adelaide Crows Membership
(08) 8440 6666
membership@afc.com.au

Port Adelaide Membership
1300 467 232
membership@pafc.com.au

SACA/Strikers Membership
(08) 8300 3232
sacamembershipservices@saca.com.au

Important information about ticket on-sellers (eg Viagogo)

Ticket on-selling agencies – such as Viagogo, Stubhub, Ticketmaster Resale etc – are not authorised ticket sellers for Adelaide Oval. It is strongly recommended that Adelaide Oval tickets are only purchased through the authorised agent, Ticketek. Tickets purchased through unauthorised ticket on-sellers are not guaranteed admission and avenues of recourse are not available through Adelaide Oval, Ticketek or the relevant event promoter. All enquiries regarding tickets purchased through these channels should be directed back to the ticket on-seller.

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Please refer to our Functions page to find out more about our different options and to submit an online enquiry with our team.

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Standard tours operate Monday to Friday at 10am, 11am and 2pm and Saturday and Sunday at 10am, 11am, 1pm and 2pm.

Pricing for tours are: Adults $25, Concession $20, Child (5-15years) $15 (valid until 1 April 2019).

Adelaide Oval Football Members and South Australian Cricket Association Members are admitted to standard tours free of charge on presentation of their membership card. Bookings are required.

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Adelaide Oval has 25 purpose-built function spaces, with the ability to cater for all types of events. Our team would welcome the opportunity to talk to you about your event. Please refer to the Functions page on our website for more information.

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Adelaide Oval food and beverage outlets now accept payment by card only. This assists with speed of service and also reflects the strong consumer trend towards increased use of ‘tap and go’ payment facilities.

All credit, debit and EFTPOS cards are accepted and all are exempt of surcharges. Patrons attending Adelaide Oval with cash only will be able to exchange it for a complimentary ‘Cash Card’ via Card Exchange booths located around the stadium.

Any un-used ‘Cash Card’ credit can be used at future events or redeemed in full at any time.

Smart casual attire must be worn by all persons seeking or gaining admission to the Audi Stadium Club or Corporate Suites. Males wearing shirts without collars will not gain entry – even if worn under a sweater or jacket. Football jumpers are permitted however a shirt must be worn underneath. Children aged 10 and over must adhere to the adult dress standards.

Any person wearing the following will not gain entry:

  • Shirts without a collar
  • Ripped, frayed or torn jeans (including designer)
  • Rubber thongs
  • Singlets
  • Football shorts or board shorts
  • Ugg boots
  • Tracksuit pants

Adelaide Oval reserves the right to refuse admission to any person, who in the opinion of an employee or agent of the Adelaide Oval, is deemed to be inappropriately attired.

There are three family rooms located in the stadium – each family room contains a microwave, table, chairs, change tables, feeding rooms, toilets and nappy disposal bins. Toilets with baby change facilities are also located throughout the stadium – please refer to the list of locations below:

Family Rooms

  • Western Stand Level 1 – Southern end
  • Riverbank Stand Level 1 – Western side
  • Eastern Stand Level 1 – Southern end of Eastern Gate area

Baby Change Table in Accessible Toilet

  • Western Stand Level 3 – Either end of Ian McLachlan Room
  • Riverbank Stand Level 3 – Western and Eastern end of level
  • Riverbank Stand Level 4 – Eastern end of level
  • Riverbank Stand Level 5 – Eastern end of level
  • Eastern Stand Level 3 – John Halbert Room
  • Eastern Stand Level 4 – Corporate Suites
  • Eastern Stand Level 5 – Southern end of level

Adelaide Oval is committed to ensuring all patrons have an enjoyable and comfortable experience when visiting the stadium, including those with access needs. Please visit the Accessibility section of the website for full details of the services available for visitors with access needs.

Access Information

Adelaide Oval has a range of function spaces and rooms available for hire. Please visit the Functions page of our website.

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If a child will occupy a seat a ticket will need to be purchased. Depending on the event the child age will differ. Please check the relevant event for child age restrictions.

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Please contact Ticketek with any concerns or queries.

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Once you have received your event ticket you will know your gate entry, stand level, aisle number and seat number. Please refer to the Stadium Map for seating information. Alternatively download the Adelaide Oval app from the Apple store or Google Play – the app provides users ‘find my seat’ functionality.

Concession entitlements will vary per event, please check each event at Adelaide Oval for valid entitlements. If you have purchased concession tickets, you will be required to present a valid concession card and photo ID at point of entry into Adelaide Oval.

Tickets should be collected by the named card holder who made the original purchase. If this is not possible, please contact Ticketek to discuss your requirements.

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Ticket offices are located at all main entry points around the stadium: Telstra Plaza, East Gate and the North Gate.

As a condition of sale, there are no refunds, exchanges or cancellations once the booking is complete except in accordance with applicable laws in the region of purchase.

For all the details please head to the RoofClimb website.

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Adelaide Oval offers outstanding 18-person Corporate Suites as well as the Audi Stadium Club – a unique corporate entertainment experience. For more details please visit the Corporate page.

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We accept all credit cards – Mastercard, Visa, Amex and Diners. Please note a 1.5% surcharge applies to Mastercard and Visa transactions and a 3% surcharge applies to Diners and Amex transactions.

Stadium Tours depart from the Visitor’s Centre located in the foyer of the Riverbank Stand. Please check-in with Stadium Concierge upon arrival.

The Adelaide Oval Stadium Tour is suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Stadium Tours are accessible by wheelchair and walking aids with the exception of the heritage scoreboard. For special requirements or enquiries, please contact Adelaide Oval on 08 8211 1100.

Yes – catering for group Stadium Tours is made on a case by case basis. Group catering is treated as an Adelaide Oval function in conjunction with a tour. Room hire and standard menu pricing applies.

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Group bookings for 10 or more guests are available by appointment – please contact us on 08 8205 4700 for more information.

Group bookings can be made at an agreed time outside of the standard tour times. Weekend group tours are subject to guide availability.

Group booking requests should be made a minimum of four weeks in advance. Group tours are not available on event days.

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Bookings are recommended to avoid disappointment. Please visit the Adelaide Oval Stadium Tours page to make a booking.

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Wilson Parking operates two car parks at Adelaide Oval that function guests can access:

  • East Car Park – accessible via King William Road (north-bound only)
  • North Car Park – accessible via Pennington Terrace

For any out of hours access queries please call 08 8211 1199.

 

 

Wilson North Car Park

  • Access via Pennington Terrace
  • Open 24/7 (subject to change on event days)
  • Fees apply

Wilson East Car Park

  • Access via King William Road (north-bound lanes only)
  • Open 6am – midnight (subject to change on event days)
  • Fees apply

To report bad behaviour during events, you can text Adelaide Oval Security on 0400 TELL US (0400 835 587). Alternatively, if you would like to raise your concerns outside of games, you can email us at enquiries@adelaideoval.com.au

Yes, certain items are not permitted inside the venue. Please refer to the Adelaide Oval Conditions of Entry for a list of prohibited items.

Conditions of Entry

This varies from event to event, please refer to the specific event page for a map highlighting the General Admission and Member areas.

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Please visit the What’s On page for specific information relating to each event.

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Depending on the event, there are different policies in place regarding the consumption of alcohol during events. Please ensure you check your event details carefully. Under no circumstances are patrons allowed to bring their own alcohol into the stadium.

Event day activity is organised by the relevant event owner, including the showing of other matches during an event. The South Australian Cricket Association or the Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Clubs should be your first point of contact regarding this enquiry.

Assistance animals are welcome at Adelaide Oval (identifiable with an official identification pass, medallion, coat or other recognised form of identification). There are 119 Easy Access seats throughout the stadium designed to be able to accommodate assistance dogs.

Adelaide Oval staff members receive training in disability awareness. Staff at accessible seating bays will be more than happy to assist with anything required.

All ticket bookings for Adelaide Oval public events are sold via Ticketek. Please visit the What’s On page for more information.

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Ticket prices and concession policies will be set by the venue hirer and may vary from event to event. Adelaide Oval encourages event organisers to accept Companion Cards. Please visit the What’s On page for more information on ticketing for future events.

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Adelaide Oval offers the following services:

  • Access ticket windows
  • Access turnstiles at each entry gate
  • Hearing assistance is available in the seating areas via infrared neck loop receivers (available at the accessible ticket counters)
  • Lifts to all levels
  • Wheelchair bays and Easy Access seating
  • Accessible height counters at all bars and food outlets and clear signage to indicate location and how to use the facilities

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Unisex accessible toilets are located near all male and female toilets. In total, there are 41 of these facilities. They are signed with raised tactile/Braille signs that also tell which way you can transfer onto the pan. RH means that you can transfer to the right and LH means to the left, so there will be a toilet to suit your requirements.

There are also 77 cubicles within male or female toilets that have extra space with the door opening outwards if you use a walking frame or another mobility aid. These toilets, marked with this symbol, also have short grab rails on both sides of the cubicle to assist in getting on and off the toilet.

Male urinals also have these short support rails at each end to support you and your mobility aid.

Access-compliant car parks are available across multiple locations in the Adelaide Oval precinct. Please refer to the event pages for details about specific events or call Adelaide Oval Reception on 08 8211 1100.

Alternatively, disabled drop-off zones have been established on War Memorial Drive and King William Road. For additional access information please contact Adelaide Oval on 8211 1100.

A number of options are available for accessible parking on event days – please contact Adelaide Oval Reception on 08 8211 1100 for more information. For most major events, Adelaide Oval also runs courtesy golf carts for those patrons needing assistance in entering the ground from the designated drop-off zones on Pennington Terrace and War Memorial Drive.

Adelaide Oval has 275 places for wheelchair users and 119 Easy Access seats that provide extra space suitable for those who use mobility aids, who require extra space and for those accompanied by assistance dogs. These flexible seating options for personal assistants, companions or guests are located throughout the stadium.

All main entries to the stadium (South, East, North Gates) are accessible for wheelchair users, semi-ambulant visitors and those accompanied by assistance dogs. Ramps and lifts are used extensively around and throughout Adelaide Oval to provide safe access for wheelchair or mobility impaired visitors. Ramps are located near all stairs and lifts are located near all escalators.

 

 

 

Hill of Grace Restaurant

Hill of Grace Restaurant is open to the public on non-event days. A unique collaboration between Adelaide Oval and Henschke, the restaurant serves the finest South Australian produce and wines in a stunning setting overlooking the hallowed turf. Bookings can be made online or by calling 08 8205 4777.

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Koffee Ink Café

Koffee Ink Café, set on Telstra Plaza overlooking the Adelaide Riverbank, is open to the public seven days a week and serves a range of items including pizzas, wraps, salads, cakes and coffee made by expert baristas.

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Adelaide Oval has a range of event day dining options available for members, including Hill of Grace Restaurant and the John Halbert Room located in the Audi Stadium Club. Please check with your member provider about what restaurants are available to you on event days.

Adelaide Oval has a range of bars that open for events offering a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for purchase. Adelaide Oval reserves the right to open or close bars and kiosks at Adelaide Oval at any time.

Adelaide Oval encourages the safe, sensible and responsible consumption of alcohol by patrons. Patrons are reminded when entering Adelaide Oval that:

  • it is an offence for a minor to purchase and/or consume liquor;
  • it is an offence to purchase liquor for, or supply liquor to, a minor; and
  • a person supplying liquor to a minor will be reported to police and penalties apply under the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 (SA).

Please note 24-hour closed circuit television surveillance operates throughout Adelaide Oval.

Stadium kiosks, serving everything from popular stadium fare through to gourmet choices, are located within 40 metres of all seats. Koffee Ink Café, located on Telstra Plaza and within Elder Park across the River Torrens, is also open on event days, serving a range of options including sandwiches, wraps, pastries and salads.

If you hold a membership, please check with your member provider about the range of member bars and dining options available to you.

Eat & Drink

Patrons are allowed to bring small quantities of food and non-alcoholic beverages for personal use only. As per the Adelaide Oval Conditions of Entry, visitors are not allowed to bring in eskies of any size or type (including foam eskies), cans, tins, metal containers, glass bottles, glass containers or alcoholic drinks. Please note that there is no self-catering in corporate facilities.

Conditions of Entry

Event Days

Parking information is specific to each event – please refer to the What’s On page for more details.

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Non-Event Days

Wilson Parking operates two car parks at Adelaide Oval on non-event days:

North Car Park

  • Access via Pennington Terrace
  • Open 24/7 (subject to change on event days)
  • Wilson Parking offers a $10 Book-A-Bay Car Park in the North Car Park on non-event days. For more information please visit wilsonparking.com.au

East Car Park

  • Access via King William Road (north-bound lanes only)
  • Open 6am – midnight (subject to change on event days)
  • Wilson Parking offers a $14.50 Early Bird Book-A-Bay Car Park in the East Car Park on non-event days. For more information please visit wilsonparking.com.au

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Yes, pram storage is available in the South Gate behind the Stadium Concierge and in the East Gate on the right hand side near the merchandise area.

A range of dress codes apply at Adelaide Oval and patrons will be denied entry or evicted from Adelaide Oval if in breach of an applicable code. It is the patron’s responsibility to observe the dress codes. Dress codes may vary depending on the event – see the specific event information for more details.

General Admission

For general admission and where dress codes have not been specified, patrons are requested to, at minimum, be appropriately clothed for a public venue and:

  • footwear must be worn at all times;
  • patrons must not wear or display items which bear offensive, racist, radical, fanatical, inflammatory, obscene, derogatory or provocative slogans, signage or logos;
  • patrons must not wear or display any item for the sole or dominant purpose of ambush marketing; and
  • patrons must not wear, display or possess items which bear street gang or motor cycle gang colours, including and not limited to patches, jackets, T-shirts, badges, other clothing or
  • paraphernalia or items bearing a motor cycles gang’s insignia.

SACA Members

Strict dress codes apply for SACA Members. Please refer to the SACA website for details.

Adelaide Oval Football Members, Essential Crows and Essential Power Members

Neat casual attire must be worn by all persons seeking or gaining admission to the Members Area. AOSMA reserves the right to refuse admission to the Members Area, any person who in the opinion of an employee or agent of the AOSMA is deemed to be inappropriately attired. In any event, no person wearing rubber thongs, singlets or football shorts will be allowed admission to or be permitted to remain in the Members Area.

Adelaide Oval Corporate Hospitality and Dining Room Areas

Unless otherwise permitted by AOSMA, the minimum standard of dress required for Adelaide Oval corporate hospitality and dining room is a high standard of smart casual attire. Males must wear a collar when inside any of these areas, even if worn under a sweater or jacket. Patrons are requested to note that SACA Members dining and hospitality dress codes differ, and are referred to the above link to the website.

Audi Stadium Club

Smart casual attire must be worn by all persons seeking or gaining admission to the Audi Stadium Club. Males wearing shirts without collars will not gain entry – even if worn under a sweater or jacket. Football jumpers are permitted however a shirt must be worn underneath. Children aged 10 and over must adhere to the adult dress standards.

Any person wearing the following will not gain entry:

  • rubber thongs
  • singlets
  • football shorts
  • ugg boots
  • tracksuit pants
  • ripped, frayed or torn jeans (including designer)

Adelaide Oval reserves the right to refuse admission to any person, who in the opinion of an employee or agent of the Adelaide Oval, is deemed to be inappropriately attired.

Please call the Stadium Concierge on 08 8205 4700 or email enquiries@adelaideoval.com.au to make a lost property enquiry.

Cricket

Becoming a member of the South Australian Cricket Association allows you to enter the ground and members enclosure of the Western and Riverbank Stands for all Cricket Australia international and domestic cricket matches, including the Domain Test, Gillette One Day International, KFC Big Bash League and Sheffield Shield.

For more information about SACA Membership including a full list of benefits, please visit the SACA website.

SACA Website

Football

The Adelaide Oval Football Membership is one of the state’s most sought-after memberships and is the only membership for the dedicated South Australian football supporter. For more information and a full list of benefits please visit the Adelaide Oval Football Membership page.

Adelaide Oval Football Membership

 

If you have access requirements for wheelchair, Easy Access, hearing or you require companion seating, please contact Ticketek on 1300 665 915.

Event day activity is organised by the relevant event owner, including all announcements and scoreboard content. The South Australian Cricket Association or the Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Clubs should be your first point of contact regarding this enquiry.

You can purchase a SOS Charge on-the-go phone charger for $14.95 from Stadium Concierge on Level 1, Riverbank Stand (iOS and Android versions available).

Adelaide Oval is a smoke-free venue. There are designated smoking areas located outside the stadium. Smokers will need to exit the venue to use these areas.

The stadium delivers shade through summer and protection from the elements in winter, with 77 per cent of seats undercover. Umbrellas may be brought into Adelaide Oval but for the comfort and safety of others cannot be raised while any activities are taking place on the Oval, or, in the case of SANFL or AFL matches, cannot be raised or opened at any time while inside the venue.

Adelaide Oval is owned by the State Government and leased to the Adelaide Oval Stadium Management Authority for a period of 80 years. The Adelaide Oval SMA Ltd is responsible for the management of Adelaide Oval.

Please select items carefully as we do not refund due to change of mind. Adelaide Oval is more than happy to provide an exchange of products within 30 days of purchase with proof of receipt, providing any clothing is unworn, any tags or packaging are intact and the product is in a re-sellable condition.

Products that are faulty will be replaced or a full refund can be provided. The Adelaide Oval Refund and Replacement Policy is based on the Australian Consumer Law Refunds and Returns. Please check www.accc.gov.au for more information.

A range of Adelaide Oval merchandise is available for purchase during business hours from the Stadium Concierge or RoofClimb Centre, both located in the Riverbank Stand. For merchandise enquiries please phone Stadium Concierge on 08 8205 4700.

Team merchandise will be available for sale on event days from the merchandise booths situated around the stadium.

Adelaide Oval has a total capacity of 53,500, including standing room for 3,500 on the northern mound.

The South Australian Government announced its initial plans to revamp Adelaide Oval in December 2009, pledging $535 million to the project. In March 2011, the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) and South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) reached a landmark agreement to bring football and cricket back together at Adelaide Oval.

The redevelopment began in April 2012 lead by a project management team comprising Lend Lease, Cox Architects and Mott MacDonald.

Achieving both its schedule and budget targets, Adelaide Oval officially reopened on 29 March, 2014 for the Port Adelaide v Adelaide Showdown, a match which attracted 50,397 fans. For the first time in 40 years, Adelaide Oval was once again the home of both football and cricket.

There are no permanent sports betting outlets located at Adelaide Oval.