|Owner||Victorian Football Association|
|Operator||Victorian Football Association|
|Architect||Montin Construction GmbH|
|Field dimensions||105 × 68 metres|
Murrayburn Stadium (usually just known as Murrayburn) is a sports stadium located in the east end of Eldeburgh, the capital of Victoria. Its all-seater capacity was recently reduced from 61,000 to 60,388 to incorporate the largest permanent "big screens" in the country, though it remains the largest stadium in Victoria and one of the largest in Gotzborg overall.
The stadium is the home of the Victorian Football Association (VFA), and is primarily used as a venue for association football and hosts most of Victoria's home test matches, as well as the Victorian Cup final, the Triple Crown, as well as Aquila and FMF World Cup qualification matches.