Seiffert Oval is a rugby league ground in Queanbeyan, New South Wales that served as the base of the Canberra Raiders for the first seven years of its existence (1982-1989). Seiffert Oval is now used to host games of the Queanbeyan Blues Rugby League club. The capacity of Seiffert Oval currently stands at 15,000. The ground record crowd was set on 18 June 1989 when 18,272 fans turned out in Round 12 of the 1989 NSWRL season to see the Raiders defeat the Brisbane Broncos 27-6.
The Raiders first game at Seiffert was in Round 2 of the 1982 NSWRFL season against the Western Suburbs Magpies. In front of 6,769 fans, Wests ran out 33-4 winners, with the home side failing to score a try against their opponents' seven. Canberra's first win at the ground, which was also their first ever competition win, would come in Round 8 of the 1982 season when 9,982 fans saw the "Green Machine" run out 12-11 winners over the Newtown Jets. The ground hosted an 'international' rugby league match during the 1988 Great Britain Lions tour when an Australian President's XIII, led by Raider Mal Meninga, defeated the tourists. It also hosted an international rugby union match when the British and Irish Lions defeated the ACTRU 41-25 in 1989.