Melbourne Victory has called AAMI Park home since the venue opened in 2010, and will again play their home games at this much-loved venue throughout the 2021-22 season.
AAMI Park is home to Melbourne City FC who first joined the A-League at the start of the 2010-11 season under their founding brand Melbourne Heart.
Western United FC are a recent addition to the A-League Men’s Competition, making their debut at the start of the 2019-20 season.
Melbourne United made their NBL debut in 1987 as the Melbourne Tigers, winning four championships under this name before re-branding in 2014.
South East Melbourne Phoenix entered the National Basketball League in the 2019-20 season as part of the NBL expansion, and by their second season had secured a spot in the semi-finals.
The Melbourne Rebels made their Super Rugby debut at their home ground, AAMI Park, in 2011.
Melbourne Storm has had the special honour of being Victoria’s only professional Rugby League team since 1998, and is one of the most supported and successful teams in the country.
Formed in 2007 through a merger between the Melbourne Phoenix and Melbourne Kestrels, the Melbourne Vixens have gone on to become one of Australia’s most successful domestic netball teams.