Wanderers Football Park

The Wanderers Football Park is the training and administration base of A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers. Located in within the Blacktown Olympic Park precinct in the west of Sydney, stage one of the centre opened in September 2019. The 11-hectare development on the edge of Bungarribee Park on completion will include 9 pitches, grandstands facing two pitches, a new Academy facility and community offices complementing the current venue. The centre hosted W-League matches for the first time during the 2020/21 season. The main pitch used features a small undercover grandstand, with a total capacity of around 1000.

Construction of the $6.25 million stage 4 commenced in November 2021 and includes nine all-weather five-a-side football pitches, a facility featuring office space, function room and change rooms, a new amenities building for the southern area of the Football Park, as well as landscaping and supporting infrastructure. It is due for completion in the first half of 2022.

Wanderers Football Park Details

Location
Address
81 Eastern Rd, Rooty Hill NSW 2766  
Capacity
1,000  
Highest Crowd since 2003
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
 
Opened
2019
Former/Other Names
Wanderers Centre of Football
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Sports Played
Football  
Home Teams
Western Sydney Wanderers (W-League)  
Last Event
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