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Blacktown International Sportspark


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Match information

Round 3: GWS Giants v Fremantle

FREE ENTRY
Entry is subject to capacity

Date: Saturday, February 18
Gates Open: 11.00am EDT
Game Starts: 12.05pm EDT 

Round 5: GWS Giants v Melbourne

DOUBLE HEADER

This AFLW match will be played before a 2017 JLT Community Series match. A ticket to the 2017 JLT Community Series will need to be purchased for entry to both matches.

Tickets are subject to availability. Ticket agent transaction fees may apply. Terms and conditions at afl.com.au.

Date: Friday, March 3
Gates Open: 4.30pm EDT
Game Starts: 5.05pm EDT

Field manual

Address: Eastern Road, Rooty Hill, NSW 2766
Capacity: 10,000
Website: blacktownsportspark.com.au

Before Blacktown International Sportspark became the home of sport in western Sydney, the area was known as Aquilina Reserve, a council sports field that was home to soccer and cricket along with Blacktown City Canine Centre.

In September 2000, the Blacktown Olympic Centre was home to the Olympic Baseball and Softball Competition with the Athletics Centre utilised as a training venue for elite athletes from around the globe.

On 22 August 2009 the AFL/Cricket centre was officially opened featuring ovals for AFL and Cricket, stadium, function facilities and Indoor Practice Centre for Cricket. 

NAB Challenge has been a regular fixture at the Sportspark along with the  Under 16 & Under 18 National Championship and in 2012 Blacktown International Sportspark hosted the GWS Giants and West Coast Eagles Blacktown City’s first ever premiership game.

The Sportspark also hosted the 2011 AFL international Cup and at a grass roots level, AFL continues to thrive at with Auskick Clinics, Junior AFL matches, School competition such as the IEC Cup, Paul Kelly Cup and Giants Cup and the State PSSA AFL Carnival.

Getting there

Car
Blacktown International Sportspark is located on Eastern Road, Rooty Hill, just 10 minutes from the Blacktown CBD and 40 minutes from Sydney CBD.

Blacktown International Sportspark is easily accessible by the M2, M4 and M7 Motorway networks.

Public Transport
Blacktown International Sportspark is a 20 minute walk distance from both Rooty Hill Railway Station and Doonside Railway Station.