C.ex Coffs International Stadium
C.ex Coffs International Stadium, originally known as Coffs Harbour International Sports Stadium, is a regional outdoor facility which opened in June 1994 and covering approximately 2.3 hectares. The stadium has played host to many major events and regularly hosts soccer, rugby league & union, Australian rules football, cricket and concerts.
The stadium has a capacity of around 10,000, including 3,000 seats, following an extension of the grandstand on either side of the existing stand, completed in September 2019. The development also included upgraded player, team, media, spectator and corporate facilities.
The ground features 1500 lux lighting, which is suitable for HD TV broadcast events, and a quality playing surface which has 17 kilometres of strip drainage ensuring the surface is always at a high standard and is playable in all weather. The venue is part of the Coffs Coast and Leisure Park, which includes additional playing fields for larger tournaments.
In mid-2001, the regional NSW venue played host to minor World Cup Qualifiers with the Socceroos playing teams such as Fiji and American Samoa. The stadium holds the official record for the biggest score in a Football International when Australia defeated American Samoa 31-0 with Archie Thompson scoring 13 goals, also a record.
C.ex Coffs International Stadium Details
Coffs Harbour International Stadium