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Hindmarsh Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Hindmarsh Stadium is a rectangular football (soccer) stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United. The stadium now has a capacity of 17,000, of which 15,500 is seated. Home team, Adelaide United regularly fill this capacity, and averaged crowds of over 12,000 to its matches during the 2006/2007 Season and 2007/2008 Season. United used the stadium for its home matches in the 2008 AFC Asian Champions League and the 2010 AFC Asian Champions League. Built in 1960, the stadium stands on the site that was once Hindmarsh Oval which housed the West Torrens Football Club of the SANFL from 1905 until 1921. The Stadium underwent a major upgrade in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, an event where it hosted several group games as well as a quarter final - see Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. During the games the stadium had temporary seating installed to bring the capacity of the stadium to roughly 20,000. In the past, the stadium hosted Adelaide City and West Adelaide Soccer Club in the now-defunct National Soccer League.

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Address: Holden Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia, 5007

Country: Australia

Date of construction: 1960

Capacity: 17000

Surface: Natural grass

Dimensions: 120 x 78 m

Operator: Office of Recreation & Sport

Opened: 2000

Renovated: 2000

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Hindmarsh Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Hindmarsh Stadium is a rectangular football (soccer) stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United. The stadium now has a capacity of 17,000, of which 15,500 is seated. Home team, Adelaide United regularly fill this capacity, and averaged crowds of over 12,000 to its matches during the 2006/2007 Season and 2007/2008 Season. United used the stadium for its home matches in the 2008 AFC Asian Champions League and the 2010 AFC Asian Champions League. Built in 1960, the stadium stands on the site that was once Hindmarsh Oval which housed the West Torrens Football Club of the SANFL from 1905 until 1921. The Stadium underwent a major upgrade in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, an event where it hosted several group games as well as a quarter final - see Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. During the games the stadium had temporary seating installed to bring the capacity of the stadium to roughly 20,000. In the past, the stadium hosted Adelaide City and West Adelaide Soccer Club in the now-defunct National Soccer League.

Hindmarsh Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Hindmarsh Stadium is a rectangular football (soccer) stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United. The stadium now has a capacity of 17,000, of which 15,500 is seated. Home team, Adelaide United regularly fill this capacity, and averaged crowds of over 12,000 to its matches during the 2006/2007 Season and 2007/2008 Season. United used the stadium for its home matches in the 2008 AFC Asian Champions League and the 2010 AFC Asian Champions League. Built in 1960, the stadium stands on the site that was once Hindmarsh Oval which housed the West Torrens Football Club of the SANFL from 1905 until 1921. The Stadium underwent a major upgrade in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, an event where it hosted several group games as well as a quarter final - see Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. During the games the stadium had temporary seating installed to bring the capacity of the stadium to roughly 20,000. In the past, the stadium hosted Adelaide City and West Adelaide Soccer Club in the now-defunct National Soccer League.

Hindmarsh Stadium - {CATEGORY}

Hindmarsh Stadium is a rectangular football (soccer) stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of the Australian A-League team, Adelaide United. The stadium now has a capacity of 17,000, of which 15,500 is seated. Home team, Adelaide United regularly fill this capacity, and averaged crowds of over 12,000 to its matches during the 2006/2007 Season and 2007/2008 Season. United used the stadium for its home matches in the 2008 AFC Asian Champions League and the 2010 AFC Asian Champions League. Built in 1960, the stadium stands on the site that was once Hindmarsh Oval which housed the West Torrens Football Club of the SANFL from 1905 until 1921. The Stadium underwent a major upgrade in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, an event where it hosted several group games as well as a quarter final - see Football at the 2000 Summer Olympics. During the games the stadium had temporary seating installed to bring the capacity of the stadium to roughly 20,000. In the past, the stadium hosted Adelaide City and West Adelaide Soccer Club in the now-defunct National Soccer League.

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