Allianz Stadium Sydney

Allianz Stadium

A new era for sport and entertainment in Australia

dummy Allianz Stadium is the newest in the Allianz family of seven stadiums in seven countries around the world. It opened its doors to the public in August 2022.

Allianz Stadium brings a world-class venue and an unmatched fan experience to one of the most iconic sporting precincts in the world. Next door to the Sydney Cricket Ground, Allianz Stadium is a state-of-the-art multi-purpose venue, built for the future of sport and entertainment in Australia.

Our sponsorship of the stadium aligns with Allianz Group’s global association with world-class sports partnerships, including the iconic Allianz Arena in Munich. These initiatives bring communities together to enjoy soccer, rugby league, rugby union and baseball, as well as international concert artists and important cultural events.

Find out how to get there and keep up with the latest Allianz Stadium news
Allianz mascot Alli the Eagle

Have you met Alli the Eagle?

Visit Allianz Stadium to meet our new mascot.

Allianz Group has invested in a family of stadiums as part of its global commitment to bring communities together and do good through sport. Built on our values, Allianz Stadium raises the bar in every sense.

Allianz Stadium brings unique public spaces together with lifestyle and recreational facilities for an unparalleled fan experience. Designed to create a vibrant atmosphere with steep seating angles positioned to bring 42,500 fans closer to the action, all seated comfortably undercover.

Tony Albert

Allianz Stadium seating forms a contemporary work of art from award-winning Indigenous artist Tony Albert. Based on ‘Two Worlds Colliding – Water and Land’, each end of the stadium is distinguished by two different designs symbolising the land and water. The design tells a story about place and country, with a reference to the contest of competing teams.
Photo credit: Tony Albert credit to Rhett Hammerton
At Allianz, we have strong environmental, societal and governance (ESG) commitment, and through Allianz Stadium we’re pleased to support exceptional standards for stadium sustainability.

We’re recycling approximately 87% of construction and demolition waste, as well as exceeding energy and water efficiency benchmarks by 20%. The stadium’s lightweight roof structure uses 40% less steel than a typical venue of the same size, and the building hosts integrated solar panels and water harvesting solutions.

Allianz Stadium is designed to meet the standards of LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold accreditation. Every aspect of its design, maintenance and use has been thought through to meet strong ESG criteria.

The stadium is designed to minimise the effect of urban structures raising temperatures – also known as the heat island effect. To combat this, we’re using native vegetation for shade, light surfaces and reflective roofing.

Allianz Stadium offers electric vehicle charging points and bicycle parking, light rail and bus stops, and a two-kilometre pathway from Sydney’s Central Station.
As well as hosting top-tier sport and major international entertainment and cultural acts, Allianz Stadium offers first-class facilities for all.
Women's rugby team at Allianz Stadium Sydney
Purpose-built facilities for elite female athletes, supporting the growth of women’s sport.
Woman exercising in the gym
State-of-the-art members’ fitness facilities, supporting the local community.
Bartender pouring a drink
State-of-the-art corporate hospitality facilities and more than 350 areas selling food and beverages.
Young women at a rugby league game
Latest WiFi technology for an engaging, interactive fan experience.
Aerial view of Allianz Stadium in Sydney

Since 1903, the original Sydney Sports Ground and No.2 Ground were used to host an array of sports, from NSWRL games to motor cycle and car speedway racing. The Sydney Sports Ground and No.2 Ground were eventually demolished to allow for the building of the Sydney Football Stadium, which opened in 1988.

Now Allianz Stadium, the venue has been home to some of the most memorable moments in Australian sports history. Along with hosting the Kangaroos, Wallabies, and Socceroos, Allianz Stadium has also been the home ground of the Sydney Roosters, NSW Waratahs, and Sydney FC.

The Stadium has hosted international matches, including rugby league and rugby union, featuring the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Ireland, Argentina and South Africa. In 2000, it was also the venue for the Olympic women’s gold medal soccer match, where Norway defeated the USA in front of 22,848 fans.

The Allianz Stadium closure in late 2018 paved the way for the stadium’s transformation into a new world-class sporting venue. The goal of the redevelopment was to create a stadium with improved sightlines for spectators, a full-coverage roof, increased food and beverage options, and significantly improved amenities.

Allianz acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and work across Australia. We pay our respect to First Nations Elders past and present.

Any advice here does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. Terms, conditions, limits, and exclusions apply. Before making a decision about this insurance, consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)/Policy Wording and Supplementary PDS (if applicable). Where applicable, the PDS/Policy Wording, Supplementary PDS and Target Market Determination (TMD) for this insurance are available on this website. We do not provide any form of advice if you call us to enquire about or purchase a product.

Allianz Australia Insurance Limited ABN 15 000 122 850 AFS Licence No. 234708 is the insurer of any general insurance products offered, and Allianz Australia Life Insurance Limited ABN 27 076 033 782 AFS Licence No. 296559 is the insurer of any life insurance products offered. Each entity is responsible for any statements and representations made about its products, on this website.