Spotless stadium map
Map of spotless stadium sydney. Spotless stadium map (Australia) to print. Spotless stadium map (Australia) to download. Spotless Stadium will provide a nostalgic flashback today as it reverts back to the name it carried during the Sydney 2000 Olympics, Sydney Showground Stadium. The 24,000 seat capacity multi-purpose venue has been the heart of Western Sydney entertainment for many years and is known for hosting a variety of world-class sporting and music events year-round at the Sydney Olympic Park location. Most notably the Stadium has been home to events such as X Games Sydney, Nitro Circus, and HSBC Sydney 7s while it has also been announced as the host of the ICC Women T20 World Cup Cricket Opening Celebration in 2020. The venue named ‘Number 1 Stadium for fan experience’ four years running in the AFL Season is proud to be home to the GWS GIANTS and Sydney Thunder Big Bash Cricket as its mentioned in spotless stadium map.
Spotless Stadium, commonly known as Sydney Showground Stadium, is a football stadium located in Homebush as you can see in spotless stadium map, NSW and is an alternatively-used stadium for games in the Australian A-League competition. Spotless Stadium has a capacity of 24,000, and is an oval-shaped ground, but is adapted for use in football games. Spotless Stadium at Sydney Olympic Park will be the new home ground of the Greater Western Sydney GIANTS. The GIANTS and Spotless announced a five year naming rights partnership today for the Sydney Showgrounds (previously known as Skoda Stadium). Spotless CEO Bruce Dixon said it had a long and successful association with AFL and sporting stadiums across Australia and New Zealand.
Sydney Showground Stadium (officially known as Giants Stadium) is an outdoor venue located within the Sydney Olympic Park Precinct. The stadium is the home ground of the GWS Giants (AFL) and Sydney Thunder (BBL) and hosts a number of diverse events including concerts, music festivals and sports events. The stadium is a family-friendly sports venue and puts visitors right in the heart of the action. A boutique arena with a 24,000 person capacity, it has an intimate atmosphere that makes fans feel like they are part of the game. It was originally built as Australia premier baseball venue and was opened in 1998 (see spotless stadium map). It was used as the main baseball arena during the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and plays host to the Sydney Royal Easter Show arena events each year.