Football Park (currently also known by its sponsored name of AAMI Stadium) is an Australian rules football stadium located in West Lakes, a western suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. It was built in 1973 by the South Australian National Football League and opened in 1974 and is now the home ground of both the Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide Power who play in the Australian Football League (AFL). With a seated capacity of 51,240 Football Park is the fourth largest Australian Rules Football stadium in Australia in terms of crowd capacity, behind Docklands Stadium in Melbourne (56,347), Stadium Australia in Sydney (81,500) and the Melbourne Cricket Ground (100,018).
Football Park has a bus terminal for public buses from Adelaide and surrounding suburbs; approximately 1000 buses are in service to transport spectators to and from the stadium for football games. This service is known as the 'Footy Express'. For "Showdown" matches, when both of Adelaide's sides play against each other, the number of buses is doubled. There is no railway line directly serving the site, but there have been plans to build a spur from the Grange line. The nearest station is Albert Park, but Seaton Park, East Grange and Grange are a similar distance from the stadium, roughly 2.5km.
Major artists have held concerts at Football Park, including ABBA, Dire Straits, U2, The Rolling Stones and Robbie Williams.