Queensland State Hockey Centre

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Queensland State Hockey Centre
State Hockey Centre
State Hockey Centre general view of field 1.
Location Morningside, Brisbane, QLD
Coordinates 27°27′7″S 153°4′7″E / 27.45194°S 153.06861°E / -27.45194; 153.06861Coordinates: 27°27′7″S 153°4′7″E / 27.45194°S 153.06861°E / -27.45194; 153.06861
Owner Queensland Government
Capacity 1,000
Surface Synthetic
Construction
Opened 1996
Construction cost A$12m
Tenants
Queensland Blades (AHL)
Queensland Scorchers (AHL)

Queensland State Hockey Centre is a multi-purpose stadium in Brisbane, Australia. It is currently used for field hockey and is home to the Queensland Blades and the Queensland Scorchers who play in the Australian Hockey League.

Facilities[edit]

The Queensland State Hockey Centre includes two international standard water based synthetic hockey fields with international standard lighting.[1] There is a covered grandstand, an electronic scoreboard, multiple change rooms, multiple large grass playing fields with lighting, a first-aid room. Other facilities include a hockey pro-shop, a covered courtyard with seating, an external sound system and canteen facilities.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Qld Hockey Centre Archived August 10, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.