Cbus Super Stadium

Cbus Super Stadium

Cbus Super Stadium is located in the suburb of Robina on the Gold Coast and was officially opened in March 2008. The venue is the home ground of NRL club Gold Coast Titans and the previous home of former A-League club Gold Coast United.

The 27,400-capacity multi-purpose sporting and entertainment stadium was constructed over a two-year period and opened in 2008. It features one level of seating around all four sides of the field, with corporate facilities and function rooms on the broadcast side.



Designed to be suitable for all rectangular field sports including Rugby League, Rugby Union and Football, the stadium includes 100 open corporate boxes, 25 closed corporate suites, two 450 seat function rooms, 16 food and beverage outlets as well as management offices and associated facilities.

The venue was known as Robina Stadium during construction and also while hosting Rugby 7's matches during the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. It opened in 2008 as Skilled Park and became Cbus Super Stadium following a five-year naming rights agreement in January 2014.

Location
Address
Centre Line Place Robina QLD 4226  
Capacity
27,400  
Seats
27,400 (100% of capacity)
Record Crowd
27,227 - 12/09/09: NRL Finals: Titans v Broncos
Highest Crowd since 2003
27,227 - 12/09/09: NRL Finals: Titans v Broncos  
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
Yes  
Opened
2008
Former/Other Names
Robina Stadium
Skilled Park
Ticket Agent
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Sports Played
Rugby League
Rugby Union
Football  
Home Teams
Gold Coast Titans (NRL)  
Historic Events
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Last Event
Next Event
Directions
Transport
Robina station is situated within walking distance of the stadium.
Parking
There is no parking available within the stadium precinct or at the Robina Town Centre.
Accommodation
See nearby Cbus Super Stadium hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION
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