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been alot of talk about a new Canberra rectangle stadium

Why a new stadium would 'put Canberra on the map'

https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/ ... n-the-map/


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N.Q Stadium for the Cowboys is nearing completion

In time for Round 1 Blockbuster against the Broncos

As of November




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AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:14 pm So you can predict the future ..lol x1000

You can't even talk about the past correctly .
All you do is lie
Just past history! That’s even taking the fudgey numbers in to account


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Knights Centre of Excellence to start construction in early 2020



he Newcastle Knights Centre of Excellence is one step closer to reality with the City of Newcastle unanimously approving a development application for the Broadmeadow-based facility.


The Centre of Excellence at District Park is on land owned by Venues NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.


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Sunshine Coast Council has approved a $68m expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium. Capacity will eventually be 23,400.



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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:23 pm Sunshine Coast Council has approved a $68m expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium. Capacity will eventually be 23,400.

Has there been talk of a team on then Sunshine Coast?
It would have to be madness 101 if they were to as it would be a sporting grave yard far worse than the Gold Coast


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notaleaguefan wrote: Fri Dec 13, 2019 1:37 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Dec 13, 2019 12:23 pm Sunshine Coast Council has approved a $68m expansion of the Sunshine Coast Stadium. Capacity will eventually be 23,400.

Has there been talk of a team on then Sunshine Coast?
It would have to be madness 101 if they were to as it would be a sporting grave yard far worse than the Gold Coast
There has been little talk of a team on the sunshine coast, and surrounds.
but there has been more talk with other teams in front of the Sunshine coast bid.

(the only way i could see a team there > would be in partnership with Moreton Bay / Redcliffe
as it would control the district of Moreton Bay & Sunshine Coast.
Population 800k and growing fast.

which is a good bid for future growth


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The Sunshine Coast stadium can be put down to another rugby goats stadium then


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What .
Goats.????
We could argue against whatever you posted if we knew what you were talking about .


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Really impressive,

https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2020/03 ... ei-centre/


https://www.raiders.com.au/news/2020/03 ... rs-centre/

Official opening of Huawei Raiders Centre

The Canberra Raiders have officially opened the Huawei Raiders Centre in Braddon today, which signifies a new era for the club as they move into the new state-of-the-art facility.

Almost half of the projects budget was funded due to the wonderful support of both governments, with the ACT government contributing $5 million and the NSW government $4 million of the $19 million facility.

The Huawei Raiders centre is one of the largest and impressive high-performance facilities in Australian sport and is fitted out with several features, including a modern and expansive gym, hydrotherapy facilities, theatre, filming studio and modern facilities throughout.


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Sounds like your typical high performance training facility


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‘More Bankwests’: NSW govt keen to go ‘back to basics’ with up to five new suburban NRL grounds

NSW government support for the NRL’s boutique stadium strategy could result in the development of up to five new 20,000-capacity Sydney stadiums over the next decade.

According to the report, Brookvale Oval, Penrith and Kogarah are being considered for rebuilds and a new venue at Liverpool that could host several teams is also under consideration.

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I think the boutique stadium makes perfect sense given the crowds nrl generally get and having 1 bigger stadium for the nrl gf and arl soo.


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Fred wrote: Tue Aug 11, 2020 11:51 pm I think the boutique stadium makes perfect sense given the crowds nrl generally get and having 1 bigger stadium for the nrl gf and arl soo.
Very true Frederico!!!! As I have previously annunciated - the A grade, top of the range, rolled gold best option would be to build over central station a 70k+ stadium and forget the SSF and Homebush. But that ain't gonna happen so they shoulda made Parra the No 1 Stadium in Sydney with a 70k+ joint in the geographical centre of the city.

But that didn't happen either. So then we go to option 3.....................keep the dump at Homebush. Use it for GF, SOO, Bledisloe, Socceroos etc. Even fumbling if they want it. Then spend the monies saved by not rectangularising Homebush by building 5 20k+ stadiums in the suburbs. That is the common sense answer so it sure as shit won't happen.

Option 4 is put me in charge. Gimme a couple a $bill and away we go lolololololol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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