About Coopers Stadium

Coopers Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility just five minutes from central Adelaide in South Australia. Considered by many to be the best football stadium in Australia, Coopers Stadium is home to the A-League’s Adelaide United Football Club. The Stadium boasts an immaculate playing surface coupled with an intimate ambience and great viewing. Apart from Football (Soccer), Coopers Stadium also hosts Rugby League, Rugby Union and a variety of other sports that utilise rectangular pitches. In July/August 2023, the Stadium proudly played host to five FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ games, including four Group stage matches and one Round of 16.

Coopers Stadium also provides a fantastic outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of up to 26,000 for concerts, the atmosphere within this boutique Stadium is electric and the sightlines superb for live music fans. Coopers Stadium and the neighbouring Adelaide Entertainment Centre are operated by the same entity, Adelaide Venue Management Corporation, which has extensive experience in planning and delivering concerts.

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A better tomorrow

Adelaide Venue Management (AVM), proud operators of Coopers Stadium, is proud to unveil its Environment Social Governance (ESG) strategy – The Green Print – which underlines AVM’s commitment as a ‘force for good’ in the dynamic events and venue management industry.

The four-year plan, which has a strong focus on green initiatives here at Coopers Stadium, maps our path to a more sustainable future, minimising our environmental footprint, and maximising our positive impact on communities.