Concord Oval

Sydney/New South Wales


Concord Oval

Regarded then as, geographically, the most suitable central region of Sydney for NSW Rugby's new home ground, the ground was the suburban base of Western Suburbs. In 1985, the bulldozers moved in, demolishing the ancient wooden grandstands, and the transformation began to turn it into a world-class Rugby stadium. It was completed for the 1987 Rugby World Cup. And it became the home of New South Wales which was previously the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Events held at Concord Oval in recent times include Rugby League, Soccer, and Club Rugby with West Harbour playing their home games at the venue in the NSW Club Rugby competition. Concord Oval has two identical grandstand on either side of the ground, and grass hills at either end.

The venue is set to be demolished in the near future and re-built as the training headquarters of the Wests Tigers.

Location: Sydney, New South Wales MAP Address:
Capacity: 18,000 Seats:
Record Crowd: Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003:
Lights: No Arena Roof: No
Video Screen: No Arena Dimensions:
Opened: Redeveloped: 1985
Former/Other Names: Waratah Stadium Ticketing:
Sports Played: Rugby Union
Rugby League
Home Teams: West Harbour RC
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12/01/20 $51m Concord Oval redevelopment approved