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New Sydney Football Stadium

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New Sydney Football Stadium
New Sydney Football Stadium Concept.jpg
Artist's impression of the New Sydney Football Stadium
Address40-44 Driver Avenue
LocationMoore Park, Sydney, Australia
Coordinates33°53′21″S 151°13′31″E / 33.88917°S 151.22528°E / -33.88917; 151.22528
Public transitTfNSW B.svg Moore Park
TfNSW L.svg Moore Park
OwnerGovernment of New South Wales
OperatorSydney Cricket Ground Trust
TypeMulti-purpose stadium
Genre(s)Concerts
Sporting events
Capacity40,000 – 45,000
Field shapeRectangular
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Broke ground2020 (scheduled)
Opened2022 (scheduled)
ArchitectCox Architects
Tenants
2022–
2022–
2022–
Website
New Sydney Football Stadium

The New Sydney Football Stadium is a proposed football stadium in Moore Park, Sydney, Australia. It is scheduled to open in 2022 as a replacement for the Sydney Football Stadium. The New South Wales Waratahs, Sydney FC and Sydney Roosters will be the ground's major tenants.

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History

In October 2018 plans for the new stadium to replace the 1988 built Sydney Football Stadium were released by the Government of New South Wales.[1] In December 2018 Lendlease were appointed to build the stadium. Construction was initially scheduled to commence in 2019 with an early 2022 completion date.[2] In July 2019 the construction part of the Lendlease contract was cancelled by the government with John Holland and Multiplex shortlisted to bid for the contract.[3][4][5]

Demolition

Demolition of the previous stadium began in March 2019. Opposition from local interest groups saw them attempt to prevent or slow the demolition via legal action before the 2019 New South Wales state election. After the election with the existing Government returned, the destruction of the old stadium began in earnest, continuing for most of the year.

Controversy

The demolition and rebuild of the stadium was a subject of controversy during the 2019 New South Wales state election.

In December 2018, Lendlease was unveiled as the successful bidder to carry out the demolition and construction work. At the time, then Sports Minister Stuart Ayres was quizzed over how the contract for construction could be awarded, because development consent had not been secured for stage two.

On 26 July 2019, Sports Minister, John Sidoti announced Lendlease would not be constructing the new stadium because it was unable to complete the $729 million project within budget. At this stage demolition was mostly complete and it appeared the original contract was a fixed price option for the construction phase.[3]

References

This page was last edited on 2 December 2019, at 02:24
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