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Apollo Stadium (officially called the Apollo Entertainment Centre) was an indoor arena located at 41 Kingston Avenue, Richmond in the Adelaide Metropolitan Area, South Australia. It had a seating capacity of 3,000. Opened in 1969, the stadium was named for the Apollo moon landing of the same year. In 1991 it was superseded as Adelaide's premier concert venue by the new Adelaide Entertainment Centre and in 1992 the venue was superseded as the home of basketball and netball by the newly-opened Clipsal Powerhouse. It became a church for a few years but was eventually sold and demolished, with the site subsequently being redeveloped for housing. Apollo Stadium also as Adelaide's major basketball arena from 1969 until 1991, being the home court of the Adelaide 36ers team of the National Basketball League. It was also the home of the State League Netball grand final (usually televised by Channel 9) until the Powerhouse opened. The stadium hosted the 1981 NBL Grand Final when the Launceston Casino City defeated the Nunawading Spectres. The 36ers won their first NBL Championship there in 1986 against the Brisbane Bullets and the venue also hosted the 1982 NBL All-Star Game.

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Address: 41 Kingston Ave, Richmond, South Australia

Country: Australia

Capacity: 3 000

Opened: 1969

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Apollo Entertainment Centre - {CATEGORY}

Apollo Stadium (officially called the Apollo Entertainment Centre) was an indoor arena located at 41 Kingston Avenue, Richmond in the Adelaide Metropolitan Area, South Australia. It had a seating capacity of 3,000. Opened in 1969, the stadium was named for the Apollo moon landing of the same year. In 1991 it was superseded as Adelaide's premier concert venue by the new Adelaide Entertainment Centre and in 1992 the venue was superseded as the home of basketball and netball by the newly-opened Clipsal Powerhouse. It became a church for a few years but was eventually sold and demolished, with the site subsequently being redeveloped for housing. Apollo Stadium also as Adelaide's major basketball arena from 1969 until 1991, being the home court of the Adelaide 36ers team of the National Basketball League. It was also the home of the State League Netball grand final (usually televised by Channel 9) until the Powerhouse opened. The stadium hosted the 1981 NBL Grand Final when the Launceston Casino City defeated the Nunawading Spectres. The 36ers won their first NBL Championship there in 1986 against the Brisbane Bullets and the venue also hosted the 1982 NBL All-Star Game.

Apollo Entertainment Centre - {CATEGORY}

Apollo Stadium (officially called the Apollo Entertainment Centre) was an indoor arena located at 41 Kingston Avenue, Richmond in the Adelaide Metropolitan Area, South Australia. It had a seating capacity of 3,000. Opened in 1969, the stadium was named for the Apollo moon landing of the same year. In 1991 it was superseded as Adelaide's premier concert venue by the new Adelaide Entertainment Centre and in 1992 the venue was superseded as the home of basketball and netball by the newly-opened Clipsal Powerhouse. It became a church for a few years but was eventually sold and demolished, with the site subsequently being redeveloped for housing. Apollo Stadium also as Adelaide's major basketball arena from 1969 until 1991, being the home court of the Adelaide 36ers team of the National Basketball League. It was also the home of the State League Netball grand final (usually televised by Channel 9) until the Powerhouse opened. The stadium hosted the 1981 NBL Grand Final when the Launceston Casino City defeated the Nunawading Spectres. The 36ers won their first NBL Championship there in 1986 against the Brisbane Bullets and the venue also hosted the 1982 NBL All-Star Game.

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