Allan Border Field
Allan Border Field is the home of Queensland Cricket, located at 1 Greg Chappell Street, Albion.
The Field is named after one of Queensland and Australia’s greatest ever cricketers, Allan Border (AB). A veteran of 156 Test matches and over 11,000 runs, AB took over the Australian captaincy during the 1984-85 season, going on to lead his country to many famous victories including the 1987 World Cup and 1989 Ashes series.
A proud Queenslander to the core, Border was a member of the famous Queensland Bulls 1994-95 Sheffield Shield winning team.
Allan Border Field plays host to cricket throughout the year, and has recently held Sheffield Shield, Women's Big Bash League, Women's International, Australia A, One-Day Cup and International Tour games as the ground.
Located next to the National Cricket Centre, the AB Field precinct is home to Australian men's and women's team training camps and is utilised by international sides as a tour preparation base.