AAMI Park

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Another new venue for the Lions, AAMI Park in Melbourne was only opened in 2010.

The state-of-the-art rectangular stadium cost $268m to build and has a capacity of 31,000.

The city's premier sporting teams call AAMI Park home, with Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne Storm, Melbourne Heart and Melbourne Victory sharing the facilities.

The 2010 ANZAC rugby league Test was the first major event held at the ground in 2010 - with Australia beating the Kiwis 12-8.

The Rebels created history at the ground in February 2011 as the newly-formed franchise recorded their first-ever win - beating the Brumbies 25-24.

Fixture: v Melbourne Rebels, June 25 (11am kick-off)
Previous Lions encounters: None.
Did you know: The stadium's roof is covered in LEDs, which can be used to create different patterns and images

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