Sydney Football Stadium build hits major milestone

The Waratahs’ new home at the Sydney Football Stadium has reached a significant milestone, with the world-class stadium now 80 per cent complete.

The last pieces of the roof’s steel are currently being lifted into place, as award-winning Indigenous artist Tony Albert’s seat design makes striking progress.

Once complete the stadium will provide 42,500 undercover seats and best-in-class member and corporate facilities, all located closer to the action than ever before.

The game experience for Waratahs fans will be the envy of the rugby world, with an open concourse allowing open views from the field from the vast array of new Merivale food and beverage outlets available across the stadium.

The new team facilities, including four gender neutral changerooms that will allow for male and female Super Rugby double headers, along with new medical rooms, wet areas, warm-up rooms and recovery pools will provide the Waratahs with the best facilities to thrive on the field.

The SFS is set for a practical completion in July 2022 and will be the Waratahs home ground from the 2023 season.

Waratahs 2022 members set will get priority seating for the 2023 season, so for your chance to to secure the best seats in the stadium sign up now.

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