Whether you’re a sports fan or an athlete yourself, South Australia has top-grade stadiums and facilities for you to cheer on your team or show off your skills.
An icon in South Australia, the Oval was transformed into a state-of-the-art facility, now proudly home to AFL and BBL teams – Adelaide Crows, Port Adelaide Power, and the Adelaide Strikers. Located in the parklands between the city centre and North Adelaide, Adelaide Oval is one of the most picturesque stadiums in Australia. Having played host to over 16 sports and artists, including Michael Jackson, Madonna and more recently Ed Sheeran and Adele, Adelaide Oval remains a versatile venue, bleeding with history. Corporate facilities, the newly built Oval Hotel with its accompanying restaurant, stadium tours and the RoofClimb mean there is something for everyone in the heart of SA.
Coopers Stadium, located in the inner western suburbs of Adelaide, is home to Adelaide United. With a current capacity of 16,500, renovations are underway for revamped facilities and an increased capacity, all to accommodate for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. This means Coopers Stadium will become one of the best soccer venues in the land. Having previously also hosted Rugby League/Union, competitions including the former NSL (National Soccer League), AFC Asian Champions League and Olympic group stage matches, Coopers Stadium remains the home for the world’s beautiful game in South Australia.
Next Gen features fitness, aquatics, tennis courts, kids facilities, café, lounge, and corporate facilities all within a 5-minute drive of the CBD. Cutting-edge fitness equipment and an experienced yet friendly team provide optional personal training and classes for their guests. Recreational spa and saunas make for a relaxing time after a hit of the racquets. Further the relaxation with a trip to the all-day café and members lounge, Next Gen offers facilities that cater for all yet only experienced by some.
Cycling enthusiasts embrace the annual cycling race that’s takes place in and around Adelaide, the Tour Down Under is the opening event to the UCI World Tour. The world’s best cycling teams and riders all head down to Adelaide in the middle of Summer for what is the largest cycling race in the Southern Hemisphere. Events surround the race such as a festival hub, street parties and eating and drinking experiences in both the CBD and Adelaide regions, a true burst of culture for what is the month of January in Adelaide.
Set north-east of the city, Fast Twitch aims at influencing training smarter, getting stronger and playing faster. Holding classes in strength, endurance, combo (strength and endurance), core, mobility and yoga, Fast Twitch is the ideal gym for members of all ages and abilities. Recovery facilities and equipment such as ice baths, massage guns, compression boots, saunas and muscle simulators ensure members are adequately recovered for health reasons and in preparation for their next Fast Twitch session!
Power Living is one of the largest yoga communities within Australasia. People of all ages and ability are encouraged to become better people through the power of yoga. Classes are offered and all within the CBD or an alternative location out in Glenelg. If you’re up for trying something new, consider signing up or purchasing a pass to a class as Power Living believes in transformation through daily practice.