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Giants Stadium is the new name for the Sydney Showground Stadium (previously known as Spotless Stadium) - a venue located within the Sydney Olympic Park Precinct which is the home ground of the GWS Giants (AFL) and Sydney Thunder (BBL). It hosts a number of diverse events including concerts, music festivals and sports events.

Spotless Stadium - Sydney Showground

Sydney Showground is a family-friendly sports venue and puts visitors right in the heart of the action. A boutique arena with a 24,000 person capacity, it has an intimate atmosphere that makes fans feel like they’re part of the game. It was originally built as Australia’s premier baseball venue and was opened in 1998. It was used as the main baseball arena during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and plays host to the Sydney Royal Easter Show arena events each year.

The Stadium received a $65 million upgrade in 2012 to create a first-class venue with VIP corporate suites, open-air Skydeck and function rooms. Two new grandstands were built to boost the seating capacity from 13,000 to 24,000 while a large video screen was also constructed and playing arena reconfigured to allow for AFL matches.

Spotless Stadium - GWS Giants

The venue previously hosted NRL matches with the Canterbury Bulldogs playing there in 2001 attracting a record crowd of 21,895 against the Eels. The stadium hosted its first cricket match in January 2015 with the Sydney Thunder playing two home games there due to ANZ Stadium being used for the Asian Cup. As of the 2015/16 season, the Thunder have moved all their games to the stadium.

The venue was previously known as Skoda Stadium for Giants home games in 2012 and 2013, then briefly Giants Stadium before Spotless purchased the naming rights in February 2014 for a five-year period for the AFL season only, however as of July 2014 it was known as its commercial name year-round. This deal concluded in February 2019 and the name has reverted back to Sydney Showground Stadium. As of 22 March 2019, it is now known as Giants Stadium after the GWS Giants purchased the naming rights. As well as the main stadium, there are over 20 other spaces to choose from at Sydney Showground including the Dome (which was used for basketball during the Sydney Olympic Games) and Exhibition Halls for indoor sports.

Location: Sydney, New South Wales MAP Address: Grand Parade, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127. Tel: (02) 9704 1111
Capacity: 24,000 Seats: 24,000 (100% of capacity)
Record Crowd: 21,924 - 15/07/17: AFL: GWS Giants v Sydney Swans Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003: 21,924 - 15/07/17: AFL: GWS Giants v Sydney Swans
Lights: Yes Arena Roof: No
Video Screen: Yes Arena Dimensions: 164 x 127.5m
Built: 1998 Redeveloped: 2012
Former/Other Names: Sydney Baseball Stadium
Sydney Showground Stadium
Skoda Stadium
Spotless Stadium
Ticketing: Ticketmaster GET TICKETS
Sports Played: Australian Football
Cricket
Home Teams: GWS Giants (AFL)
Sydney Thunder (BBL)
Annual Events: Historic Events: Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Last Event: 24/03/19: AFL: GWS Giants v Essendon Next Event: 06/04/19: AFL: GWS Giants v Richmond
Directions: Transport:
Trains run every day of the week, every 10 minutes between Lidcombe and Olympic Park Station, 7am - 11pm. A limited service also operates direct from Sydney Central to Olympic Park Station and designated trains can be arranged for large events. During major events train services are increased to cope with the demand.
Parking: Accommodation:
Car parking is available near the Sydney Showground for 10,000 cars. Austadiums now shows you Giants Stadium accommodation available nearby to book at the lowest price. VIEW ACCOMMODATION
 

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