Cheer on your favourite team, see your favourite live act or explore 40 hectares of lush parklands at Bicentennial Park in Sydney Olympic Park in Sydney’s west. Originally built to host the Sydney 2000 Olympics, today the park plays host to a range of world-class events, from sporting matches to epic music festivals.
Thrilling Sports in Sydney
With thriving state-of-the-art sporting facilities throughout the city, Sydney plays host to some of the biggest international sporting events in the world, along with some of Australia's top domestic sporting competitions.
Cheer on the Wallabies as they take on Scotland in an afternoon showdown held at the Allianz Stadium. Emotions will be running high on the 17th of June as the Wallabies have beaten the Scots in their last two matches by just one point. The match will kick off at 3pm in a break from tradition, a move sure to impress families.
The State of Origin Series has become one of Australia’s most popular sporting events as players from across the country return to play for their home states. Watch as the New South Wales Blues take on the Queensland Maroons in the second game of the Rugby League State of Origin Series. On the 21st of June the two teams will go head-to-head at ANZ Stadium in a battle for hometown glory.
English Premier League powerhouse Arsenal is heading to Sydney in July 2017 to play back-to-back matches against Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers at ANZ Stadium. The atmosphere will be electric when one of the world football's oldest and most iconic clubs takes on the two Sydney teams.
Fans from around Australia and the world are expected to travel to Sydney for the two blockbuster matches. Make sure you get in early to secure your seats to this once-in-a-lifetime sporting event in Sydney.
Join the crowds and support the Wallabies at the ANZ Stadium on 19th August in the first game of the Bledisloe Cup rugby championship. There will be community activities and events culminating in the exciting 1st Test match before fans meet to cheer on the Wallabies as they take on New Zealand’s famous All Blacks at the 2017 Bledisloe Cup.
Get ready as the Opening Round of the NCAA College Football Championships returns to Sydney for a second time. On the 27th of August, University of Stanford will play Rice University in a world-class college football event. The game is a must see for football fans, complete with marching bands, mascots, cheerleaders and American-style food to enjoy.