Why is it called Blundstone Arena?
Bellerive Oval will be no more, with the venue officially changing its name as part of a sponsorship with Tasmanian footwear brand Blundstone. The home of Tasmanian cricket and the second home of the North Melbourne Football Club will now be officially known as Blundstone Arena, Bellerive.
What’s happening at Blundstone Arena?
|23/07/22, 1:45 PM||AFL Football||AFL: North Melbourne v Hawthorn|
|17/10/22, 3:00 PM||Cricket||T20 World Cup: West Indies v Scotland|
|17/10/22, 7:00 PM||Cricket||T20 World Cup: Qualifier 1 v Qualifier 4|
|19/10/22, 3:00 PM||Cricket||T20 World Cup: Scotland v Qualifier 4|
Where in Tasmania is Blundstone Arena?
Blundstone Arena, Bellerive, is nestled on the eastern shores of the Derwent River opposite Hobart’s CBD. It is one of the most striking venues in the country, with the ovals’ neighbour Bellerive Beach flanked by eye-catching views of Hobart city and Mount Wellington.
What time do the gates open at Blundstone Arena?
Get along to enjoy the game here at Blundstone Arena! 🙌 Gates open at 10am.
What is the seating capacity of Blundstone Arena?
20,000Blundstone Arena / Capacity
Bellerive Oval, known commercially as Blundstone Arena for sponsorship reasons, is a cricket and Australian rules football ground located in Bellerive, a suburb on the eastern shore of Hobart, Australia, holding 20,000 people – the second largest capacity stadium in Tasmania.
What seats are undercover at Blundstone Arena?
An undercover reserved seat for the whole family on the wing in the Ricky Ponting Stand at every home game at Blundstone Arena.
What is the capacity of Blundstone Arena?
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Do you have to wear a mask at Blundstone Arena?
COVID-19 Restrictions All persons at the venue must wear a mask, including while queuing to enter, unless exempted.
When was Blundstone Arena built?
1914Blundstone Arena / Opened
WELCOME TO BLUNDSTONE ARENA The venue is nestled on the eastern shores of the Derwent River, a mere ten minute drive from Hobart’s CBD. Opened in 1914, the venue didn’t replace the Tasmanian Cricket Association as Hobart’s first-class cricket headquarters until the 1987-88 season.