Definitive Seating Guide for Subiaco Oval

Subiaco Oval’s official name is Domain Stadium; however, it is more often referred to as the former. It has also been known as Patersons Stadium and is the most well-known stadium, alongside the WACA. Built in 1908 and originally named Mueller Park, it has since grown to a capacity of over 43,000. 

The facilities have been consistently improved, with the stands behind the goals opening in 1969 and the members’ wing stands in 1981, and the ANZ Stand opposite the members stand in 1995. This also included the construction of the corporate boxes.

Floodlights were installed in 1997 and the most recent redevelopment in 1999 connected the ANZ Stand to the Members Stand. This $35 million project converted the stadium into an all-seater venue.

 

About Subiaco Oval

Subiaco Oval is an iconic stadium and well-known around Australia. This is in part due to the fierce West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Dockers rivalry. The venue became Domain Stadium in 2015 with Australia’s largest real estate media business securing a three-year naming-rights agreement.

The oval is also used for the West Australian Football League (WAFL) annual grand final and has been the site of exciting Perth Glory games, including two A-League grand finals., plus international rules matches and rugby union games.

Subi Oval is also used as a venue for music concerts and has seen some of the world’s biggest artists perform. Acts that have played the oval include Pearl Jam, Robbie Williams, U2, and Guns N’ Roses and Adele early in 2017.

 

Seating Map

 

Image Source: Austadiums

 

How to get to Subiaco Oval

 

Public Transport 

The oval is served by Subiaco and West Leederville stations. These have been upgraded recently to handle more passengers and provide a faster, safer trip to and from the venue. Special bus services are run for football matches and other special events to ensure that the public transport system can cope with the extra load. Check the Transperth website for timetable and route details.

 

Parking

While it is always encouraged to use public transport and avoid congestion on event days, there are options for people who need or prefer to drive. Street parking is available in the suburb around the stadium, however, this fills up quickly and much of it is for residents only. The stadium has three carparks on site, with an hourly charge.

 

Taxis

There is no permanent taxi stand at Subiaco Oval, however a taxi rank will be set up on Hay Street between Townshend Road and Olive Street for all major events.