The NSW Government is investing in a new world-class stadium at Moore Park to drive growth in the visitor economy, promote a strong cultural and sporting sector and make NSW more liveable. The new Sydney Football Stadium will be home to some of Sydney's most successful sporting franchises and will be one of Australia's top destinations for major sporting and entertainment events.
A futuristic stadium. The NSW Government is redeveloping the Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) into a modern, world-class venue, to ensure Sydney has a sporting and entertainment precinct of international standard and that NSW remains the number one choice for sporting and entertainment events.
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The Sydney Football Stadium, commercially known as Allianz Stadium and previously Aussie Stadium, was a football stadium in Moore Park, Sydney, Australia. Built in 1988 next to the Sydney Cricket Ground, the stadium was Sydney's premier rectangular field venue for rugby league, rugby union, and football.
Sydney Football Stadium redevelopment approved 7th Dec 2018. The first stage of the redevelopment of the Sydney Football Stadium, involving its demolition and a concept proposal for a new stadium, has been approved subject to strict conditions. READ MORE; Sydney Football Stadium Design Unveiled 12th Oct 2018
Sydney Football Stadium. The NSW Government is redeveloping the Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) into a modern, world-class venue, to ensure Sydney has a sporting and entertainment precinct of international standard and that NSW remains the number one choice for sporting and entertainment events.
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The Sydney Football Stadium is an under construction football stadium in Moore Park, Sydney, Australia. It is scheduled to open in mid-2022 as a replacement for the Sydney Football Stadium. The New South Wales Waratahs, Sydney FC and Sydney Roosters will be the ground's major tenants. It will be used as one of the venues for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, and a Regional Venue for the 2032 Summer Olympics.
It is my wish that in time, the Sydney Football Stadium will become a landmark destination within Sydney’s Cultural Precinct,” Tony said. “I was really thinking about this idea of a football stadium and the concept Two Worlds Colliding is the idea of friendly competition, two different elements or people coming together."
On October 5, 2018 the very last event at Allianz Stadium (Sydney Football Stadium) took place. Just a week later the official design of its successor was revealed. It so happened that both the old and new stadium are designed by Cox Architecture, the office established by Philip Cox and involved in majority of large and modern stadium projects across Australia.