Industree Group Stadium
Central Coast Stadium, commercially known as Industree Group Stadium, is a rectangular sports stadium located in Gosford on the Central Coast of NSW. The picturesque stadium opened in 2000 and sits on the site of the former Grahame Park. The 20,000-seat venue features identical grandstands on either side of the pitch with two levels of seating and corporate facilities, seating at one end and no spectator facilities at the other end, which is occupied by a video screen and palm trees to open up the view to the water.
Central Coast Stadium was initially built as a home of the merged NRL club Northern Eagles who played half their home games at the stadium, with the other half played at Brookvale Oval, until mid-2002 when due to poor crowds in Gosford, all home games were played at Brookvale. The club later reverted back to the Manly Sea Eagles name, leaving Central Coast Stadium without an primary tenant.
Central Coast Stadium is home of foundation A-League club, Central Coast Mariners, and also hosts occasional premiership season and trial matches for the NRL and Super Rugby. The stadium hosted several games during the 2003 Rugby World Cup held in Australia. As of November 2023, the venue is known as Industree Group Stadium following a commercial naming rights deal. Previous names include North Power Stadium, Express Advocate Stadium and Bluetongue Stadium. Recent improvements to the venue include a larger video screen, upgraded change room facilities for players, new seating and LED floodlighting.
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