View of the field from the southern end, looking north
Wanderers Oval is in New south Wales
|Address||Corner Curley Road & Denny Street, Broadmeadow|
|Location||Curley Road, Broadmeadow, New South Wales, Australia, behind unnamed park|
|Owner||Newcastle Macedonia Football Club Inc|
Wanderers Oval, nicknamed Magic Park, is a multi-use sportsground in Newcastle, Australia. It is mainly used for soccer and is the home ground for the Broadmeadow Magic. The venue is also occasionally used by Newcastle Jets, and the club's women's and youth teams. It was one of 11 training sites for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup. In 2014, it hosted the first televised match of the FFA Cup.
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