tmedia
Main content

Latest Women's Football News

Former Olympian named women's footy boss

Champion swimmer to look after AFLW and female participation

8:37pm  Nov 16, 2017

AFLW star forced to shoulder the burden

Injury sees Heather Anderson leave the game, but she hopes to return

1:45pm  Nov 11, 2017

NT thunders into VFL Women's competition

Northern Territory team to play in VFL Women's league from next year

11:38am  Nov 9, 2017

Waiting game nearly over for Cats' AFLW guru

Geelong's transition towards a first year of AFLW is in good hands

10:00am  Nov 5, 2017

AFLW: Life's a beach for Crows' latest Olympian

Ex-beach volleyballer found herself talked out of competing in Tokyo 2020

1:00pm  Nov 4, 2017

Ikon Park


View Larger Map
 

Match information

To be confirmed.

Field manual

Address: Royal Parade, Carlton North VIC 3054
Capacity: 22,000

Princes Park, officially known as Ikon Park, is the traditional home of the Carlton Football Club and was the last suburban ground to be used in the AFL. It's record crowd was 62,986 during the 1945 Grand Final. *Disabled access through Gate 5.

Getting there

Car
There is limited on street car parking available around Princes Park.  Free 2 hr and meter parking in surrounding areas, please check street signage.
Melbourne Zoo Parking: $2 for 5 hours. Managed by Zoo staff, monitored by city of Melbourne parking officers.

Public Transport
Public transport is the quickest and easiest way to get to and from the game. Trains, trams and buses operate frequently, dropping you right at the door.

Tram
No. 19 Tram (City-North Coburg) runs from the city to Royal Parade Walker St / Stop 16, then 3 minutes walk to Ikon Park.

Train
Take the Upfield Line to Royal Park Station, then 13 minutes walk to Ikon Park.

Bus
Route 123 Bus to Walker St / Stop 16, then 3 minutes walk from Ikon Park.