SA Athletics Stadium
|Former names||Santos Stadium|
|Location||Marjorie Jackson Nelson Drive,Mile End SA 5031|
|Owner||Government of SA|
|Operator||Office for Recreation & Sport|
|Capacity||1,200 (total capacity 6,000)|
|Surface||Synthetic Athletics track with a FIFA sized turf pitch|
|Opened||26 January 1998|
|SA Athletics, SA Little Athletics Assoc., SA Athletics League and City Bay Fun Run|
SA Athletics Stadium is a comprehensive, modern athletics facility. Located only 10 minutes drive from the Adelaide CBD, the athletics facility offers a national standard nine lane running track and field complex including training and warm-up areas, lighting, photo finish and modern timing equipment. The infield converts to a FIFA regulation sized quality turf pitch for soccer and other turf related sports. The stadium was formerly known as Santos Stadium under a sponsorship arrangement with Santos Limited.
SA Athletics Stadium is owned and operated by the Office for Recreation and Sport, an agency of the Government of South Australia.
The stadium is located on the edge of the CBD, in the Adelaide Parklands adjacent to Priceline Stadium, Adelaide's largest netball complex. The Stadium is home to Athletics South Australia, the South Australia Athletics League, City Bay Fun Run, the South Australian Little Athletics Association, and is regularly used by schools for sporting carnivals.
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