Darwin Football Stadium

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Darwin Football Stadium
Full name Darwin Football Stadium
Location Marrara, Northern Territory
Coordinates 12°23′47″S 130°52′51″E / 12.39639°S 130.88083°E / -12.39639; 130.88083Coordinates: 12°23′47″S 130°52′51″E / 12.39639°S 130.88083°E / -12.39639; 130.88083
Owner Northern Territory Government
Capacity 6,000 (1,120 seated)
Surface Grass
Built 2007
Opened 28 July 2007
Construction cost A$6.5m

Darwin Football Stadium is a sports stadium in Darwin, Australia in the Marrara Sporting Complex, and is located adjacent to the TIO Stadium.

Work began on the stadium in 2007 and was officially opened on 28 July 2007 when it played host to an A-League Pre-Season Cup game between Perth Glory and Melbourne Victory.

The stadium has a seating capacity for up to 1,120 spectators, but can hold up to 6,000 including standing space.

It has hosted home ties for Darwin-based clubs in both the 2015 and 2016 FFA Cups.

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