A-League: RTE reports no changes to Adelaide Oval layout
The Adelaide Oval is now being made more accessible to spectators with a new entrance located at the end of the oval’s lower tier.
The new entrance will be able to accommodate up to five people per game.
The A-Lions, who will play their first match at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday, said the addition was a significant improvement in accessibility for spectators.
“The addition of a new entry in the lower tier to accommodate more spectators has been welcomed by the club and we have been able to bring the A-league match into the club’s facilities for the first time in a number of years,” the Azzurri said.
The change was a result of AFL’s efforts to improve accessibility for fans who might have to wait an hour or more for a seat in the stadium.
The Adelaide Oval opened in the 2015 season, and has been a popular destination for fans to watch the Aussie national team play.
The venue hosted AFL’s Grand Final in 2015, the ABL’s grand final in 2017, the Melbourne Cup final in 2018 and the Adelaide Strikers semi-final in 2019.