Panthers Stadium is home of ground of NRL side Penrith Panthers and is located on Mulgoa Road in Penrith. The stadium is owned by Penrith City Council and has a maximum capacity of 22,500, with seating for 8,000 in two grandstands plus hills at either end.
From a spectator's view, it is an excellent ground to watch rugby league, rugby union or soccer - all of which are played there - because you are never too far away. There are excellent corporate and media facilities. Lighting is up to broadcast standard. It is the home ground of the Penrith Panthers NRL side. A temporary video screen is used at all NRL games at the venue. Penrith Stadium was last redeveloped in 2006 with major improvements to the main grandstand. The venue also plays host to NSW Premier League Grand Finals and hosted games in the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.
Previous names of the venue include Penrith Stadium, Centrebet Stadium, Sportingbet Stadium, Pepper Stadium, and most recently, Credit Union Australia Stadium. In 2018, the name of the stadium changed once again, this time to Panthers Stadium.
Credit Union Australia Stadium