Melbourne Rectangular Stadium is also known as AAMI Park because of sponsorship reasons. This is one of the biggest stadiums for sports and entertainment venues.
Melbourne is the outdoor sports stadium that is on the site of Edwin Flack Field in the Sports and Entertainment Precinct located in Melbourne’s central business district.
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium from one of the biggest venues in Australia which has a capacity of 30,050 people at one time. And for the FIFA World Cup, there have been many facility and redevelopment has been done for the comfort of the audience.
In 2010 when the stadium was complete that became Melbourne’s first large purpose-built rectangular stadium.
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium: 2023 FIFA World Cup
|Name||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium|
|Average venue capacity||29,500, seats|
|Largest venue||30,500 spectators|
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium Matches for 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
|1.||21 July||Nigeria vs Canada||0-0|
|2.||24 July||Germany vs Morocco||0-0|
|3.||31 July||Canada vs Australia||0-0|
|4.||2 August||Jamaica vs Brazil||0-0|
|5.||6 Australia||Winner Group G vs Runner-up Group E||0-0|
|6.||8 August||Winner Group H vs Runner-up Group F||0-0|