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The multi-purpose 60,000 seat Perth Stadium will be a world-class venue.
The commitment to a 'fans first' stadium has resulted in an innovative design.
Construction of Perth Stadium and the surrounding Stadium Park commenced in December 2014. View this fact sheet for more details and key milestones.
Extensive research has informed the design requirements for the Perth Stadium playing surface, ensuring that it is prepared and maintained to world-class levels.
Perth Stadium's capacity was determine following extensive consultation, research, analysis and benchmarking of other stadium capacities.
Perth Stadium will cater for everyone regardless of age, experience or ability. The aim is to use specific codes as minimum standards, strive to exceed and create an inclusive venue.
Perth Stadium will be a multi-purpose venue capable of hosting a range of events including AFL, cricket, rugby, soccer and concerts.
Perth Stadium will be capable of hosting Australian Football League (AFL) matches and incorporates state-of-the-art technology to maximise Stadium atmosphere.
Perth Stadium will be capable of hosting all forms of cricket from Test matches to Twenty20. It incorporates key cricket features and give fans exceptional views.
The multi-purpose Perth Stadium will have the flexibility to host soccer, rugby league and rugby union without compromising the fan experience.
Fact sheets relating to the Perth Stadium Rail Station, Perth Stadium Bus Station, Swan River Pedestrian Bridge and how to get to the Perth Stadium and surrounding Stadium Park can be found under the Transport section.
The forecast financial performance of Perth Stadium in its transition and operational phases is underpinned by a detailed financial model.
The project aspirations will drive the project and ensure the Stadium is an asset that all Western Australian's can be proud of.
Cost planning for the Perth Stadium, its surrounding Stadium Park, plus associated transport infrastructure was undertaken in 2012.