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Richmond Oval (currently City Mazda Stadium and formerly Broadspectrum Oval) is an Australian rules football oval in Richmond, a western suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club West Adelaide Football Club. The ground was opened by the Chief Secretary, Sir Lyell McEwin in 1958. It has a capacity of 16,500 people, with seating for up to 2,000 in the Brian K. Faehse Stand. Its record crowd is 15,742 attending an SANFL match between West Adelaide and Glenelg in 1969. Originally known as Richmond Oval, it was re-named as a result of sponsorship deals to Broadspectrum Oval and then City Mazda Stadium in 2009. Lights for night games were also installed in time for the 2010 season and have so far been a success for the club with 6,133 fans showing their support for the clubs first home game under lights against North Adelaide on March 26.

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Address: Milner Road, Richmond, South Australia

Country: Australia

Capacity: 16500

Surface: Grass

Tenants: West Adelaide Football Club (SANFL) (1955-)

Operator: West Adelaide Football Club

Opened: 1958

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Richmond Oval - {CATEGORY}

Richmond Oval (currently City Mazda Stadium and formerly Broadspectrum Oval) is an Australian rules football oval in Richmond, a western suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club West Adelaide Football Club. The ground was opened by the Chief Secretary, Sir Lyell McEwin in 1958. It has a capacity of 16,500 people, with seating for up to 2,000 in the Brian K. Faehse Stand. Its record crowd is 15,742 attending an SANFL match between West Adelaide and Glenelg in 1969. Originally known as Richmond Oval, it was re-named as a result of sponsorship deals to Broadspectrum Oval and then City Mazda Stadium in 2009. Lights for night games were also installed in time for the 2010 season and have so far been a success for the club with 6,133 fans showing their support for the clubs first home game under lights against North Adelaide on March 26.

Richmond Oval - {CATEGORY}

Richmond Oval (currently City Mazda Stadium and formerly Broadspectrum Oval) is an Australian rules football oval in Richmond, a western suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club West Adelaide Football Club. The ground was opened by the Chief Secretary, Sir Lyell McEwin in 1958. It has a capacity of 16,500 people, with seating for up to 2,000 in the Brian K. Faehse Stand. Its record crowd is 15,742 attending an SANFL match between West Adelaide and Glenelg in 1969. Originally known as Richmond Oval, it was re-named as a result of sponsorship deals to Broadspectrum Oval and then City Mazda Stadium in 2009. Lights for night games were also installed in time for the 2010 season and have so far been a success for the club with 6,133 fans showing their support for the clubs first home game under lights against North Adelaide on March 26.

Richmond Oval - {CATEGORY}

Richmond Oval (currently City Mazda Stadium and formerly Broadspectrum Oval) is an Australian rules football oval in Richmond, a western suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It is the home of South Australian National Football League (SANFL) club West Adelaide Football Club. The ground was opened by the Chief Secretary, Sir Lyell McEwin in 1958. It has a capacity of 16,500 people, with seating for up to 2,000 in the Brian K. Faehse Stand. Its record crowd is 15,742 attending an SANFL match between West Adelaide and Glenelg in 1969. Originally known as Richmond Oval, it was re-named as a result of sponsorship deals to Broadspectrum Oval and then City Mazda Stadium in 2009. Lights for night games were also installed in time for the 2010 season and have so far been a success for the club with 6,133 fans showing their support for the clubs first home game under lights against North Adelaide on March 26.

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