Subiaco Oval

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Patersons Stadium
Subiaco Oval Gate 19.JPG
Subiaco Oval entrance
Former names Mueller Park, Subiaco Oval
Location Roberts Rd, Subiaco, Western Australia
Coordinates 31°56′40″S 115°49′48″E / 31.94444°S 115.83°E / -31.94444; 115.83Coordinates: 31°56′40″S 115°49′48″E / 31.94444°S 115.83°E / -31.94444; 115.83
Broke ground 1908
Opened 1908
Owner Western Australian Government
Operator West Australian Football Commission
Surface Grass
Construction cost 1991 Rebuild – AU$45 million
Architect Various
Capacity 43,500 (seating only)[1]
Tenants
Fremantle Dockers (AFL) (1995–present)
West Coast Eagles (VFL / AFL) (1987–present)
Australia international rules football team
Australia Wallabies (rugby union)
Western Force (Super 14) (2006–2009)

Subiaco Oval, widely known as Patersons Stadium is a stadium. is the largest sports stadium in Perth, Western Australia. It is in the suburb of Subiaco, about three kilometres west of Perth's city centre.

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Further reading[change | edit source]

  • Wilson, Ray (2008) Field of Dreams: Celebration of Subiaco Oval's 100th year Perth, Western Australia: The West Australian 16 pp – inserted into 7 May 2008 edition of The West Australian newspaper.

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