GMHBA Stadium (Australia) Pitch Report

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The venue, which is also known as GMHBA Stadium owing to naming rights, is a sports and entertainment center in South Geelong, Victoria, Australia. The Geelong Football Club and the A-League football club Western United FC play at the stadium, which is controlled by the Kardinia Park Stadium Trust.With a capacity of 36,000 people, Kardinia Park is the largest-capacity Australian stadium in a mid-sized city.

GMHBA Cricket Ground

  • Full Name:   Kardinia Park Stadium
  • Location:  South Geelong, Victoria, Australia
  • Operator:  Kardinia Park Stadium Trust/Geelong Football Club
  • Capacity:  40,000 after final expansion
  • Surface: Preferred For Batting
  • Floodlights:   Yes
  • Boundary Length (Dimension):   170 x 115 m
  • Also known as: GMHBA Ground | GMHBA Stadium | Kardinia Park

Record & Stats

T20 Stats

Total Match Played: 1
Batting First Won: 0
Batting Second Won: 1
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 173
Highest Score: Australia 173/10
Lowest Score: Australia 173/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 0
Score between 150 and 169: 0
Score between 170 and 189: 1
Above Score 190: 0

ODI Stats

Total Match Played: 0
Batting First Won: 0
Batting Second Won: 0
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 0
Highest Score:
Lowest Score:
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 200: 0
Score between 200 and 249: 0
Score between 250 and 299: 0
Above Score 300: 0

T20 Domestic

Total Match Played: 7
Batting First Won: 3
Batting Second Won: 4
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 155
Highest Score: Perth Scorchers 196/3
Lowest Score: Melbourne Renegades 105/10
Scoring Pattern
Below Score 150: 2
Score between 150 and 169: 3
Score between 170 and 189: 1
Above Score 190: 1

Is GMHBA Ground Batting Or Bowling Pitch?

The GMHBA Stadium, Geelong’s pitch is balanced. In the previous 34 games, the average first innings score at this venue was 169 runs. At the stadium, batting first should be the preferred choice, with teams batting first winning 70% of their matches when they are ahead.

Ground Information

Owner –   Kardinia Park

Establishment ( Situated In ) –  1941

Address –   370 Moorabool St, South Geelong VIC 3220, Australia

Official Website –

Contact Number  – +61 3 5224 9111

E-mail:    [email protected]


  •  Melbourne Renegades (BBL) (2018–present)
  •  Australia national cricket team (2017)


  • On May 23, 2002, the Dalai Lama visited Kardinia Park. In June 2007, he once again visited the stadium. Aerial view of the Kardinia Park Stadium with South Geelong train station.
  • Kardinia Park is known as a “graveyard” for sports teams playing against Geelong, which has an outstanding track record at the ground.
  • On 22 June 2011, it was announced that the venue would be known by a new name in 2012. After ten years as Skilled Stadium naming rights sponsor, Skilled Group has chosen to give up those rights as of 31 October 2011. It previously went by such names as Skilled Stadium, Shell Stadium, and Baytec Stadium before being called Baytec Stadium for just over two months and only one pre-season game was played there under that name by club supporters known as “The Cattery.”
  • On 30 July 2011, Geelong recorded its biggest victory in history, and the second-largest margin of victory in VFA/AFL history when it defeated Melbourne by 186 points. The Cats’ score of 37.11 (233) was their second-best mark in club history and the highest ever total at Kardinia Park.
  • Prior to the 2013 AFL season, floodlights were erected, and the stadium hosted its first night match during the year.
  • On September 7, 2013, Kardinia Park hosted its first-ever AFL Final, a qualifying contest against Fremantle Dockers. Geelong suffered a 87–72 defeat.
  • The Reg Hickey Stand, the Players Stand, the Premiership Stand, the Brownlow Stand, and the Ford Stand/Fred Flanagan Room make up Kardinia Park’s current design. The Gary Ablett Terrace is a secondary standing room area located behind the main standing room section on Level 1 of the stadium.

International Information

  • First Test:  Not Known
  • Last Test:  Not Known
  • First ODINot Known
  • Last ODINot Known
  • First T20:  19 February 2017: Australia v  Sri Lanka
  • Last T20:  19 February 2017: Australia v  Sri Lanka

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