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HBF Park: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022)

In 1914, the ground was renamed to its current name, HBF Park, in honor of the hotel chain's founder Harry Broadbent. Football matches were played at the ground until 1987 when it was closed due to safety concerns. In January 2000, work commenced on restoring the ground and since then it has been used for a range of events including cricket, Rugby Union and American football games. The sport of Australian football first came to Perth in 1910 when Loton's Paddock was built as a stadium to host football matches. The site later changed its name to HBF Park in honor of Harry Broadbent, the founder of the hotel chain that still sponsors the stadium today. Football matches were played at the ground until 1987 when safety concerns forced its closure. Beginning in 2000, work commenced on restoring HBF Park and since then it has been used for a variety of events including cricket, Rugby Union and American football games.

Perth Oval

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 06.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The football ground, Perth Oval, was built in 1910 in order to serve as a home ground for Australian football. However, sports such as soccer had been played at the site before. The oval-shaped stadium was built to host Australian football, but also hosted cricket and the odd soccer match. A new grandstand was built in 1956.

In 1995, the Perth Oval became the home of newly formed Perth Glory soccer club. However, because the oval shape of the stadium was not well-suited for soccer, plans were made to redevelop the stadium to a rectangular shape in 1999. The redevelopment project started in 2003 and was completed one year later.

Perth Oval has had several sponsorship names, including Members Equity Stadium, ME Bank Stadium, nib Stadium, and finally since 2019 HBF Park.

How to get to HBF Park

The Harold Faber Park is located north of Perth's Central Business District, about a kilometer away from Perth railway station. The stadium can easily be walked to from most central destinations in and around Perth?s CBD. The walk will take from 15 to 30 minutes on average.

As the stadium can easily be walked to from Perth Station, Claisebrook station is closer to it, about a few minutes' walk away? Trains run very frequently at Claisebrook so arrival would not be an issue. East Perth Station and McIver Station are also close by if you want to walk.

From the CBD, bus 41 and 42 are an alternative to walking. Take the bus from William Street and get off at Lord Street. Bus 48 and 55 are also an alternative to walking, but they leave from different stops. Bus 48 leaves from Berkeley Street, while bus 55 leaves from Grafton Street.

Address: 310 Pier Street Perth WA 6000

Perth Glory Tickets

Tickets for Perth Glory games can be bought online through Ticketmaster. Ticket prices typically range from $30.00 for a general admission seat and range to $70.00 for an upper-tier seat at the main stand.

Useful websites

The official website of Perth Glory FC and the Perth tourist information website, Experience Perth, were both launched on 1 January 2017.

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    HBF Park: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022).

    In 1914, the ground was renamed to its current name, HBF Park, in honor of the hotel chain's founder Harry Broadbent. Football matches were played at the ground until 1987 when it was closed due to safety concerns. In January 2000, work commenced on restoring the ground and since then it has been used for a range of events including cricket, Rugby Union and American football games. The sport of Australian football first came to Perth in 1910 when Loton's Paddock was built as a stadium to host football matches. The site later changed its name to HBF Park in honor of Harry Broadbent, the founder of the hotel chain that still sponsors the stadium today. Football matches were played at the ground until 1987 when safety concerns forced its closure. Beginning in 2000, work commenced on restoring HBF Park and since then it has been used for a variety of events including cricket, Rugby Union and American football games.

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