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Qudos Bank Arena (formerly the Sydney SuperDome) is Australia’s premier indoor multi-purpose venue. Built for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the venue has a capacity of almost 17,500 for sports such as Basketball and Netball while capacity for concerts can exceed 21,000. Taking 18 months to build, Qudos Bank Arena opened in November 1999 at a cost of $200 million. The venue is situated at Sydney Olympic Park right next to ANZ Stadium. It opened as the Sydney SuperDome before Acer purchased the naming rights in May 2006. In September 2011, Allphones took over the naming-rights of the venue. The highest point of the venue are the roof masks at a height of 42 metres with the roof itself 39 metres from the ground. An eight level car park is situated adjacent to the venue with 3,400 spaces.

During the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the Sydney SuperDome played host to Basketball finals and Gymnastics. The venue has played host to a range of sports including Basketball with the Sydney Kings previously playing home games at the venue, Netball with the NSW Swifts, Tennis and Boxing. It plays host to many concerts and other entertainment events throughout the year. The Sydney Kings moved back to the venue in 2016 following the demolition of the Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Location: Sydney, New South Wales Address: Olympic Blv (cnr Edwin Flack Ave) Homebush Bay 2127. Tel: (02) 8765 4321
Capacity: 17,471 Seats: 17,471 (100% of capacity)
Record Crowd: Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003: 16,752 - 16/08/15: Netball World Cup Final
Lights: Yes Arena Roof: Yes
Video Screen: Yes Arena Dimensions:
Built: 1999 Redeveloped:
Former/Other Names: Sydney SuperDome
Acer Arena
Allphones Arena
Ticketing: Ticketek
Sports Played: Basketball
Netball
Home Teams: Sydney Kings
Annual Events: Historic Events: Sydney 2000 Olympic Games
Last Event: 16/02/19: NBL: Sydney Kings v New Zealand Breakers Next Event: 18/11/18: NBL: Sydney Kings v New Zealand Breakers
Directions: Transport:
From the City, reach Sydney Olympic Park via Parramatta Road, Hill Road and Old Hill Link. OR via Victoria Road, Silverwater Road, Holker Street, Hill Road and Old Hill Link. Olympic Park station is located on Olympic Boulevard just a short 5 minute walk from Acer Arena. Sydney Buses operate two main services to and from Sydney Olympic Park on a daily basis. Sydney Ferries operate two main services to and from Sydney Olympic Park.
Parking: Accommodation:
Parking is available at P1, located on Edwin Flack Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park adjacent to Acer Arena, with 3,400 spaces available. View & book nearby accommodation at the lowest price >
 
 

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