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WACA Ground

The WACA Ground has a long and proud history as an iconic domestic and international cricket venue, which has provided a stage for many historical sporting moments.

    Details

    • Capacity:500+
    • Venue Type:Other

    Description

    The Ground was officially opened in 1893, with the first match played on the turf wickets in February 1894.

    The WACA has freehold of the Ground, which was originally 29 acres before being part sold to the Trotting Association in the early 1920s.

    The Ground is 149 metres in length and 139 metres wide. It can accommodate 20,592 attendees, or 23,859 with temporary seating.

    Events

    ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020

    Related

    WACA Ground Tours & Museum

    Location

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