Kardinia Park Stadium
Kardinia Park Stadium is located within Kardinia Park, Geelong. It is the largest-capacity Australian stadium located outside a capital city.
The stadium is the home ground of the Geelong Football Club. The current capacity of Kardinia Park is 34,000. The attendance record is 49,107, who attended a VFL game on 30 August 1952 between Geelong Carlton.
Here are just some of the major events that have been held at the stadium:
- 1927 - Victorian Solo Speedway Championship
- 2002 - visit from the Dalai Lama
- 2022 - T20 World Cup
- The stadium is nicknamed "The Cattery" by Geelong supporters.
- Floodlights were installed prior to the 2013 AFL season