Hire Etihad Stadium
Hire Etihad Stadium

Etihad Stadium is a state-of-the-art, multipurpose venue with a history of hosting an amazing array of world-class sports and entertainment events.

The venue has hosted many significant sporting events including the Commonwealth Games Rugby 7s, a World Title boxing match, an NRL State of Origin match, a soccer World Cup Qualifier, Rugby Union Test matches, international cricket as well as hundreds of AFL and A-League matches including finals.

The list of entertainment events is equally impressive with Etihad Stadium having hosted U2, Robbie Williams, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Andre Rieu, Barbra Streisand, Kiss, Bon Jovi, Sensation, Rumba, WWE Global Warning Tour, a Catholic Jubilee Mass and the Days in the Dioceses Commissioning Mass.

More than 19 million people have attended the venue since it opened in 2000 proving it is as popular with the fans and spectators as with the sports stars and performers themselves.

To hire Etihad Stadium contact Glen Rainsbury, Etihad Stadium's Event Sales Manager.

Glen Rainsbury
Event Sales Manager
Tel: 03 8625 7700
Email: grainsbury@etihadstadium.com.au


U2

U2
November 11, 2006 – 62,371,
November 19, 2006 – 63,110.

State of Origin

State of Origin Game 3
July 5, 2006 – 52,214.

Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams
December 17, 2006 – 63,690,
December 18, 2006 – 64,619.

Hyundai A-League Grand Final

Hyundai A-League Grand Final
February 2, 2007 – 55,436.

Sensation

Sensation
December 31, 2008 – 38,380
(World Record).

WWE Global Warning Tour

WWE Global Warning Tour
August 10, 2002 – 56,328.

Andre Rieu

Andre Rieu
November 13, 2008 – 20,677,
November 14, 2008 – 28,686,
November 15, 2008 – 36,543
(World Record).

Rugby Union Test match

Rugby Union Test Match (Wallabies v British Lions)
June 6, 2003 – 52,103.

Catholic Jubilee Mass

Catholic Jubilee Mass
November 15, 2000 – 70,000.

Melbourne Victory Crowd

Soccer (Melbourne Victory v Juventus)
May 30, 2008 – 43,357.

International Rules Series

International Rules Series (Australia v Ireland)
October 10, 2005 – 45,428.