Subiaco Oval is a former stadium located in Subiaco, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Formerly the highest capacity stadium in Western Australia and one of the main stadiums in Australia, seating 43,500 people, the ground was the home of Australian rules football in Western Australia, being the home ground for the West Coast Eagles and Fremantle Football Club, the two Western Australian teams in the Australian Football League (AFL).
The Subiaco Football Club, nicknamed the Lions and known before 1973 as the Maroons, is an Australian rules football club in the West Australian Football League . It was founded in 1896, and admitted to the WAFL in 1901, along with North Fremantle.
Subiaco Marist Cricket Club is a cricket club based in Churchlands, Western Australia. The club fields men's teams in the Western Australian Suburban Turf Cricket Association (WASTCA) and women's teams in Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) Female Club Cricket competition.
Subiaco may refer to: Subiaco, Lazio, town in Italy, site of St. Benedict's first monastery, Subiaco, Western Australia, suburb of Perth Subiaco Oval, sports stadium in Subiaco, Western Australia City of Subiaco, local government municipality in Perth, Western Australia centred on the suburb of the same name Subiaco, Arkansas, town in the United States Subiaco Abbey, a Benedictine monastery and the school it operates, Subiaco Academy, located in its namesake town in the American state of Arkansas Subiaco Creek, a watercourse in Sydney, Australia.
Subiaco is a town in Logan County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 572 at the 2010 census.
Subiaco is an inner western suburb of Perth, Western Australia, north-west of Kings Park. Its local government area is the City of Subiaco.
Subiaco is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Rome, in Lazio, central Italy, 40 kilometres from Tivoli alongside the river Aniene. It is a tourist and religious resort thanks to its sacred grotto (Sacro Speco), in the medieval St Benedict's Abbey, and for the Abbey of Santa Scolastica.
Subiaco Abbey is an American Benedictine monastery located in the Arkansas River valley of Logan County, Arkansas, part of the Swiss-American Congregation of Benedictine monasteries. The abbey and the preparatory school it operates, Subiaco Academy, are major features of the town of Subiaco, Arkansas.
The Subiaco Dams were a group of three Roman gravity dams at Subiaco, Lazio, Italy, devised as pleasure lakes for emperor Nero . The biggest one was the highest dam in the Roman Empire, and even in the world until its accidental destruction in 1305.
The Subiaco Cassinese Congregation is an international union of Benedictine houses within the Benedictine Confederation. It developed from the Subiaco Congregation, which was formed in 1867 through the initiative of Dom Pietro Casaretto, O.S.B., as a reform of the way of life of monasteries of the Cassinese Congregation, formed in 1408, toward a stricter contemplative observance, and received final approval in 1872 by Pope Pius IX. After discussions between the two congregations at the start of the 21st century, approval was given by Pope Benedict XVI in 2013 for the incorporation of the Cassinese Congregation into its offshoot, the Subiaco Congregation.
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