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Prospect Oval - {CATEGORY}

Prospect Oval is a sports stadium located at Menzies Crescent, Prospect, an inner northern Adelaide suburb in the City of Prospect, South Australia. The oval has a capacity of 20,000 people with seated grandstands holding 2,000. An unusual feature of the oval is that it is laid out askew from the conventional orientation of ovals, with the goal posts located at the South-Western and the North-Eastern ends, and the cricket pitch running in the same direction. It is home to both the North Adelaide Football Club, who are a part of the South Australian National Football League, and the Prospect Cricket Club, who are members of the South Australian Grade Cricket League, administered by the South Australian Cricket Association. Its record crowd is 19,137 attending a SANFL match between North Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Club in 1958. The oval was opened in 1898 by the colonial Premier at the time Sir Charles Kingston. The North Adelaide Football Club first used the Oval for home games in 1922. The first match took place on 8 May 1922, when North Adelaide played Glenelg. North Adelaide Football Club have used Prospect Oval as its home ground ever since, except for a time during World War II when North Adelaide combined with Norwood and the combined team used Norwood Oval as their home ground.

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Address: Menzies Crescent, Prospect, South Australia

Country: Australia

Capacity: 20000

Surface: Grass

Tenants: North Adelaide Football Club (SANFL), Prospect Cricket Club

Operator: North Adelaide Football Club

Opened: 1898

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Prospect Oval - {CATEGORY}

Prospect Oval is a sports stadium located at Menzies Crescent, Prospect, an inner northern Adelaide suburb in the City of Prospect, South Australia. The oval has a capacity of 20,000 people with seated grandstands holding 2,000. An unusual feature of the oval is that it is laid out askew from the conventional orientation of ovals, with the goal posts located at the South-Western and the North-Eastern ends, and the cricket pitch running in the same direction. It is home to both the North Adelaide Football Club, who are a part of the South Australian National Football League, and the Prospect Cricket Club, who are members of the South Australian Grade Cricket League, administered by the South Australian Cricket Association. Its record crowd is 19,137 attending a SANFL match between North Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Club in 1958. The oval was opened in 1898 by the colonial Premier at the time Sir Charles Kingston. The North Adelaide Football Club first used the Oval for home games in 1922. The first match took place on 8 May 1922, when North Adelaide played Glenelg. North Adelaide Football Club have used Prospect Oval as its home ground ever since, except for a time during World War II when North Adelaide combined with Norwood and the combined team used Norwood Oval as their home ground.

Prospect Oval - {CATEGORY}

Prospect Oval is a sports stadium located at Menzies Crescent, Prospect, an inner northern Adelaide suburb in the City of Prospect, South Australia. The oval has a capacity of 20,000 people with seated grandstands holding 2,000. An unusual feature of the oval is that it is laid out askew from the conventional orientation of ovals, with the goal posts located at the South-Western and the North-Eastern ends, and the cricket pitch running in the same direction. It is home to both the North Adelaide Football Club, who are a part of the South Australian National Football League, and the Prospect Cricket Club, who are members of the South Australian Grade Cricket League, administered by the South Australian Cricket Association. Its record crowd is 19,137 attending a SANFL match between North Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Club in 1958. The oval was opened in 1898 by the colonial Premier at the time Sir Charles Kingston. The North Adelaide Football Club first used the Oval for home games in 1922. The first match took place on 8 May 1922, when North Adelaide played Glenelg. North Adelaide Football Club have used Prospect Oval as its home ground ever since, except for a time during World War II when North Adelaide combined with Norwood and the combined team used Norwood Oval as their home ground.

Prospect Oval - {CATEGORY}

Prospect Oval is a sports stadium located at Menzies Crescent, Prospect, an inner northern Adelaide suburb in the City of Prospect, South Australia. The oval has a capacity of 20,000 people with seated grandstands holding 2,000. An unusual feature of the oval is that it is laid out askew from the conventional orientation of ovals, with the goal posts located at the South-Western and the North-Eastern ends, and the cricket pitch running in the same direction. It is home to both the North Adelaide Football Club, who are a part of the South Australian National Football League, and the Prospect Cricket Club, who are members of the South Australian Grade Cricket League, administered by the South Australian Cricket Association. Its record crowd is 19,137 attending a SANFL match between North Adelaide and Port Adelaide Football Club in 1958. The oval was opened in 1898 by the colonial Premier at the time Sir Charles Kingston. The North Adelaide Football Club first used the Oval for home games in 1922. The first match took place on 8 May 1922, when North Adelaide played Glenelg. North Adelaide Football Club have used Prospect Oval as its home ground ever since, except for a time during World War II when North Adelaide combined with Norwood and the combined team used Norwood Oval as their home ground.

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