ABOUT KARDINIA PARK
Kardinia Park Stadium is one of Victoria’s most impressive stadiums and recent redevelopment of the venue has allowed it to evolve into one of Australia’s leading regional venues and a first-class cricket facility.
It was built in 1941, and has been the home of the Australian Football League side Geelong Cats, and many other domestic and international sporting contests.
The stadium, which seats just over 30,000 people, is the heart and soul of the Kardinia Park Precinct, a community hub that also features netball and aquatic facilities, as well as ample park space and playgrounds.
In recent years, Kardinia Park has welcomed the Big Bash League, international T20 matches, soccer friendlies, super rugby and Nitro Circus as part of its annual events calendar.
Sri Lanka will play all their First Round matches in Geelong, providing a great opportunity for fans to explore the area around all three match days! Joining Sri Lanka will be Ireland, Papua New Guinea and Oman in Group A with the top two teams to progress to the Super 12.