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New Brownlow Stand unveiled 18th May 2017
Simonds Stadium's new Charles Brownlow Stand has been officially unveiled ahead of its first game on Friday evening.  Full Story ›

Kardinia Park Trust to oversee development 8th January 2015
A new Trust headed by Steve Bracks will oversee the next phase of development at Simonds Stadium to commence following the 2015 AFL season.  Full Story ›

Lights and action for Simonds Stadium 5th June 2013
The new-look redeveloped Simonds Stadium hosted its first AFL game under lights last Saturday evening with Geelong defeating the Gold Coast Suns in front of over 30,000 fans.  Full Story ›

Cats secure cash for stand upgrade 30th December 2011
Demolition works will start early next year on Simonds Stadium's Doug Wade Stand after the Geelong Football Club received the green light to build its $49 million stand.  Full Story ›

Simonds Stadium new name for Kardinia Park 4th October 2011
Simonds, Victoria's most-awarded homebuilder and long-time sponsor of the Geelong Cats, is proud to announce that from 2012 the Cats' home ground will be known as Simonds Stadium.  Full Story ›

Funding lights up Cats night-game hopes 9th September 2011
Geelong is confident that the AFL will schedule at least one more game at Skilled Stadium each season after receiving federal government funding yesterday for lighting that will allow night football to be played at the venue from 2013.  Full Story ›

Cats seek new home ground naming rights 22nd June 2011
Skilled Stadium in Geelong will have a new name in 2012, with the process of finding a new naming rights sponsor for the stadium underway.  Full Story ›

Skilled Stadium $25m upgrade green light 10th April 2011
Geelong's Skilled Stadium will be transformed into a community facility as well as the Cats' fortress, with the green light given to redevelop the Doug Wade Stand.  Full Story ›

Skilled Stadium World Cup plans dashed 5th December 2010
Australia's failed bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup has crushed Geelong's hopes of a massive revamp of Skilled Stadium.  Full Story ›

Geelong World Cup stadium push 2nd March 2010
Skilled Stadium in Geelong could become a 44,000 all-seater ground under a radical plan to attract the soccer World Cup to Australia.  Full Story ›

Geelong FC unveils bold AFL finals bid 13th November 2007
Geelong president Frank Costa has outlined the club's plans to increase its home ground capacity to 35,000 and eventually push for a home final at Skilled Stadium.  Full Story ›

$55m boost for venues 7th June 2006
Victorian-based AFL clubs will soon boast modern and up-to-date facilities to match those of non-Victorian clubs, and they will be made available to community groups and the general public, as part of a $55 million funding project announced by the AFL and the Victorian government on Wednesday.  Full Story ›

Geelong's mini MCG 7th February 2006
GeelongFootball Club has unveiled plans to transform Skilled Stadium into a 36,000-capacity colosseum.  Full Story ›

New Stand will Deliver 21st April 2005
Skilled Stadium's redevelopment is expected to inject more than $190 million into the Geelong region over the next 10 years.  Full Story ›

The roof, the whole roof, and nothing but the roof 7th February 2005
The Geelong Cats' colosseum is a step closer to completion as workers prepare to lift huge roof sections in place on the $26-million eastern stand.  Full Story ›

Kane Constructions to redevelop Skilled Stadium 14th January 2004
The City of Greater Geelong has appointed Melbourne firm Kane Constructions to undertake the new Eastern Stand redevelopment at Skilled Stadium.  Full Story ›

 
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