Princes Park

Princes Park may refer to:

  • Princes Park, Carlton, a park in Carlton, Melbourne, Australia
    • Princes Park (stadium), now officially known as Visy Park (and formerly known as Optus Oval) a suburban Australian rules football and cricket ground located within the park
  • Princes Park, Liverpool, a park, and a local government ward, in Liverpool
  • Princes Park, Dartford, a football and rugby league stadium in Dartford, Kent
  • Princes' Park is an English translation of Parc des Princes, a sports stadium in Paris, France
  • Princes Park, Eastbourne, a park in Eastbourne
  • Princes Park, Temple Fortune, a park in the London Borough of Barnet
  • Prince's Park, a park in Burntwood, Staffordshire

Other articles related to "princes park, park":

Princes Park (stadium) - History
... Princes Park was first used in 1897 by the Carlton Football Club, during the inaugural season of the AFL/VFL ... Princes Park was the venue for the second Ashes test of the 1992 Great Britain Lions tour, in which the visitors defeated Australia 33 - 10 ... which the stadium was known as MC Labour Park ...
Princes Park, Carlton
... Princes Park is a 38.6 hectare (95.4 acre) park in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Carlton North, Victoria ... Although the park consists of a number of Australian rules football ovals, the bowling green of the Princes Park Carlton Bowls Club Bowls, and a small ... The Capital City Trail passes through the northern section of the park, following the path of the now-closed Inner Circle railway line ...
Princes Park (Auburn)
... Princes Park is a Gaelic Athletic Association ground in Auburn, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia ... the Irish International Rules football squad in a game of gaelic football at Princes Park ...
Carlton Football Club - Club Symbols
... ground The club's traditional home ground is Princes Park (currently known as Visy Park), located in North Carlton ... its time in the VFA, Carlton established Princes Park as its home venue when it joined the VFL in 1897 ... The club played home matches at Princes Park every year between 1897-2005 ...
Princes Park (stadium)
... Princes Park (also known by its current sponsored name Visy Park) is an Australian rules football ground located at Princes Park in the inner Melbourne ...

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