STADIUM magazine is ANZ Stadium's premium publication, bringing all the news and views to Members, corporate guests and fans.
Published three times a year, the magazine is sent free to Members and is available at the Stadium on event days or online at the ANZ Stadium website.
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In this Issue
SYDNEY’S ANZ Stadium made a stunning debut as the home of the 2000 Sydney Olympics . . . and now the future is also paved in gold.
A series of major announcements by the NSW Government and major stakeholders has guaranteed the continued growth and prosperity of Sydney Olympic Park – the city’s major events precinct.
The autumn edition of STADIUM magazine brings you the news on six major infrastructure projects that will supercharge the Olympic Corridor and the Sydney Olympic stadium experience.
They include, of course, the NSW Government’s funding commitment for the redevelopment of ANZ Stadium – enabling it to become a world-class rectangular stadium.
The announcement of a Light Rail route through the Olympic Corridor and past ANZ Stadium – linking the fast-growing city of Parramatta with Sydney Olympic Park and Strathfield – is a boon for sports and entertainment fans.
The latest edition of STADIUM magazine also brings you the latest on upcoming major events for Sydney – the College Football Sydney Cup in August, and the back-to-back football blockbusters featuring EPL giants Arsenal against Sydney FC and the Western Sydney Wanderers.
NSW Blues captain Paul Gallen tells why two home State of Origin games for the Blues at ANZ Stadium this year is a blessing, while leading rugby writer Greg Growden assesses the Wallabies’ hopes against the All Blacks in the opening Bledisloe Cup Test.
There’s also all the ANZ Stadium Members’ news . . . because an ANZ Stadium Membership is your seat to Sydney’s biggest sporting line-up.
The Autumn edition of STADIUM magazine has 44 pages of news, sport and photos.
Enjoy . . . and see you in the stands!