Papua New Guinea's National Football Stadium, formerly known as Lloyd Robson Oval, is located in Port Moresby and will host three matches for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. The venue was completely redeveloped in 2015 and has an all-seated capacity of 15,000. This was completed in time for the Pacific Games.
The venue has hosted the PNG national side since 1975 and has previously hosted Rugby League World Cup matches in 1986 and 1990. It is also home of the Hunters, the local Papua New Guinea team who play in the Intrust Super Cup which is the Queensland NRL tournament.
The National Football Stadium features a permanent main grandstand with seating for 3,000 including a roof and corporate facilities while temporary stands around the ground boost the seating capacity. There are also lights and a video screen.