Domain Stadium Fast Facts

Domain Stadium is located between Subiaco Road and Roberts Road, 5kms west of Perth's CBD. The oval is owned by the City of Subiaco, but leased and operated by The West Australian Football Commission (WAFC). 

Domain Stadium is the home ground to both Perth-based AFL teams - the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Football Club. Subiaco Football Club and the West Coast Eagles administrative, player and supporter bases are also housed at the oval. 

The oval was redeveloped in March 2000 to incorporate a fully seated stadium with a capacity of 43,082. 

Residential areas immediately surround Domain Stadium, however Subiaco's commercial centre is within 500m of the oval providing a range of entertainment including, shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and movie theatres.

Domain Stadium capacity
The capacity of Domain Stadium is 43,500 patrons.

The dimensions of the Domain Stadium
The dimensions of the Oval from end to end are:
191m x 132m

AFL Oval Dimensions:
175m x 120m

Key construction dates
Constructed - 1908
3 Tier Stand - Opened 31 August 1969
2 Tier Stand - Opened 27 April 1981
NAB Stand - Opened 14 May 1995
Eastern Stand - Opened 11 March 2000

Corporate Function Seating Capacity


Ross Capes
Outridge-Hoft
Barry Cable
John Worsfold
Polly Farmer
Bill Walker
Chairmans Lounge
Corporate Suites (59)
Private Open Boxes (177)
Seminar Capacity
30
60
150
100
300
350
30
-
Dinner Capacity
40
100
200
120
300
500
20
883
1272
Cocktail Capacity
60
120
250
140
300
500
40
-
-

Domain Stadium lighting
There are 4 light towers at Domain Stadium and are 65m in height. The northern towers have 137 light fittings each and the southern towers have 84 each, with 24 facia lights on the 2 Tier light stand. The lights are powered to a CCTV quality of 1500 lux. 

The first game held under lights was on 29 March 1997.

Heights of the goal and point posts
The goal posts and point posts are 15m and 12m high respectively.

Scoreboards and video screens
The major scoreboard is 30m2 and is located on the NAB Stand (southern stand). The supplementary scoreboard is a smaller scoreboard located on parapet on northern stand of the ground.

There is a 59m2 video screen located on the NAB Stand (southern stand) and a smaller 25m2 screen located on the North East Stand (northern side).