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Every winter, thousands in Port Adelaide get excited for Port Adelaide Power Tickets. The magnificent team is located in the suburb of Alberton, Port Adelaide. Their training facility, Alberton Oval is where most of teams training takes place. Many sessions are also conducted at the famous Adelaide Oval. These sessions are often closed to the public. It’s where the team works on their talents and tactics.

Many associate the older teams in the AFL with Victoria. However, what most don’t realise is that Port Adelaide Power is the fifth oldest team in the Australian Football League. The club and the strong supporter base are proud of their rich history. Be sure to buy Port Adelaide Power Tickets from Ticketblaster.

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Port Adelaide Power Tickets – Adelaide Oval

The Power home stadium, Adelaide Oval is a magnificent stadium to watch the team compete in the AFL. Ticketblaster has sold thousands of Port Adelaide Power Tickets. Many people consider Adelaide Oval to be the most picturesque Test cricket ground around the world. It’s not wonder footy fans love the stadium. Port Adelaide Power share the stadium with other sporting codes such as cricket, rugby league and soccer.

Adelaide Oval was constructed in 1871 as a cricket stadium. It has gone through many upgrades and reconstructions since then. Today, the stadium has a capacity of 50,962 people. Between 2008 and 2014, 575 million was spent upgrading the seating capacity from 34,000 to its current size.

Port Adelaide Power Tickets – History

Port Adelaide has a long and proud history of over 145 years. Port Adelaide Power played their first game against the Young Australians Football Club in 1870.

Below are some interesting stats on The Power:

  • Port Adelaide played their first game on 24 May 1870.
  • In 1979, Port Adelaide beat South Adelaide to win the 1977 SANFL Grand Finals. That was their 25th premiership.
  • Mark Williams became the senior coach in 1999. He took over from John Cahill.
  • Port Adelaide Power won the 2004 AFL Grand Final. This was their first AFL premiership.

To be part of history being made today, you need Port Adelaide Power Tickets.

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Port Adelaide Power Tickets – Fans

Port Adelaide Power has been around for close to 150 years! Their supporter base is strong and consistent. In 2015, the club had 54,057 paid members. However, this dropped slightly in 2016 to 53,743 paid up members. Ticketblaster is the best place to get your Port Adelaide Power Tickets.

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