Coopers Stadium

Key facts

Club: Adelaide United FC | Opening: 1960 | Capacity: 15,500 seats

History and description

Coopers Stadium, earlier known as Hindmarsh Stadium, was built to serve as a football-specific venue for the state of South Australia. It got built at the site of an old cricket ground, and further developed during the 1960s.

Hinsmarsh Stadium underwent a redevelopment for the 2000 Olympics, during which it hosted various games in the football tournament.

In 2013, the stadium got renamed Coopers Stadium following a naming rights deal.

How to get to Coopers Stadium

Coopers Stadium is located just over 3 kilometres north-west of Adelaide city centre.

The stadium can be easily reached by public transport. One option is the Glenelg Tram, which runs from Glenelg on the coast to the city centre and further on to Coopers (Hindmarsh) Stadium. The stadium lies a short walk from the last stop on the line, Entertainment Centre.

It is also possible to reach the stadium by train. Bowen Station is a small walk from the stadium and serviced by regular trains on the City-Grange and City-Outer Harbour lines. You can catch the train at Adelaide Railway Station.

Coopers Stadium stadium is located within a few blocks from both the A7 and A13, two major roads crossing the city. Access to the stadium is from Manton and Holden Street.

Address: Holden St, Hindmarsh 5007 South Australia

Adelaide United Tickets

Tickets for Adelaide United matches can be bought online via Ticketek.

Tickets range in price from AU$ 26.00 for a general admission seat for most of the stadium rising up to AU$50.00 for the best reserved seats at the main stand.

Adelaide United may occasionally play a home match at the much larger Adelaide Oval.

Photos of Coopers Stadium

Relevant Internet links – Official website of Adelaide United FC. – Official guide for the city of Adelaide. – Public transport information for the Adelaide metro area.