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Address: Invermay Road, Launceston, Tasmania 7250
Ground dimensions: 175m x 145m
Access to NAB Challenge matches is subject to capacity and is not guaranteed.
The AFL notes that this venue has a limited capacity and therefore strongly recommends that all members upgrade their ticket in order to guarantee entry.
Ticket upgrades are subject to availability on a first come, first serve basis and subject to an additional fee. Transaction fees may also apply. To upgrade your ticket visit ticketmaster.com.au.
Formerly known as York Park, Aurora Stadium was first opened in 1921 and has hosted first class Australian Football since 1923. The AFL moved fixtures there in 2001, and 2008 premier Hawthorn has also had home games at the venue.
The ground has also hosted VFL games for many years, although the Tasmanian Devils now play most of their home fixtures at Bellerive Oval in Hobart.
Hawthorn now plays five games a season at Aurora after signing a sponsorship deal with the Tasmania government. The record attendance for Aurora Stadium was 20,971, when the Hawks played Richmond in June 2006.
York Park is located to the north of the Launceston City Centre. There is street parking as well areas at the Inveresk Precinct which are also used for parking.
Visit Metro for full details on services to and from Aurora Stadium.
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