Leichhardt Oval is a football stadium in Leichhardt, New South Wales, Australia. It is currently one of two home grounds for the Wests Tigers National Rugby League team.
The grounds roots lie with the Balmain Tigers who were in the national competition from 1908 to 1999. The Balmain Tigers merged with the Western Suburbs Magpies for the start of season 2000 to become the Wests Tigers.
As of July 2012, Leichhardt Oval is the most played-on Australian professional rugby league ground in active use in the National Rugby League, having hosted 794 games since Balmain played its first game at the ground against Western Suburbs in Round 1 of the 1934 NSWRFL season, held on ANZAC Day, Wests winning the game 18-5.
The stadium has a nominal capacity of 20,000, with recorded highest crowd figures of 23,000 for the 1981 KB Tooth Final between South Sydney and Cronulla, and 22,877 for the 24 July 2005 NRL game of Wests Tigers versus South Sydney, in which the Tigers won 42-20.