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  • Lions vs WallabiesBritish & Irish Lions Men’s Series Australia 2025 - 3rd Test

    Sat, Aug 02, 2025

    Accor Stadium

    12:00 PM - 04:00 PM

    Sydney, Australia

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Accor Stadium


Accor Stadium

Stadium Australia currently known as Accor Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park, in Sydney, Australia. The stadium, which in Australia is sometimes referred to as Sydney Olympic Stadium, Homebush Stadium or simply the Olympic Stadium, was completed in March 1999 at a cost of A$690 million to host the 2000 Summer Olympics. The Stadium was leased by a private company, the Stadium Australia Group, until the Stadium was sold back to the NSW Government on 1 June 2016 after NSW Premier Michael Baird announced the Stadium was to be redeveloped as a world-class rectangular stadium. The Stadium is owned by Venues NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.


Section / Block

Price per Ticket



Category D

385.00 GBP

US$ 474  /  € 439

Category C

412.00 GBP

US$ 507  /  € 470

Category D (Max 10 Seats Together)

550.00 GBP

US$ 677  /  € 627

Category B

575.00 GBP

US$ 707  /  € 656

Category A

605.00 GBP

US$ 744  /  € 690

Category C (Max 10 Seats Together)

605.00 GBP

US$ 744  /  € 690

Category B (Max 10 Seats Together)

660.00 GBP

US$ 812  /  € 752

Category A (Max 10 Seats Together)

880.00 GBP

US$ 1,082  /  € 1,003

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Lions vs WallabiesBritish & Irish Lions Men’s Series Australia 2025

The Lions will begin the Tour in Perth against the Western Force before facing fellow Australian Super Rugby Pacific sides, the Queensland Reds, the NSW Waratahs, and the ACT Brumbies. The Lions will continue their preparation for the first Test by facing an invitational Australian and New Zealand team in a clash at the Adelaide Oval.

Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium will host the first Test on Saturday 19 July. Following this, a midweek warm-up fixture against Melbourne Rebels will take place at Marvel Stadium on Tuesday 22 July.
The second Test will be played on Saturday 26 July at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), which has a capacity of 100,000. A potential sell-out crowd at the renowned venue would be a record for a British & Irish Lions Test.

This Test would also represent one of the highest attendance at a rugby match in history. The final Test will be played in front of over 80,000 fans at Sydney’s Accor Stadium in Sydney Olympic Park on Saturday 2 August.
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