Yarraville Oval

Yarraville Oval

The Yarraville Oval is an Australian Rules Football and Cricket Ground located on the corner of Williamstown Road and Anderson Street in Yarraville, Victoria.

It is currently the home ground of the Yarraville/Seddon Eagles Football Club and the Yarraville Cricket Club. The Western Region Football League also has its head office at the Oval.



One of the most noticeable features of the Yarraville Oval is the Historic W Pedley Stand. The grandtand was actually built in two sections and has a unique V shape.

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