A TRUE legend of the mighty Arsenal Football Club is hitting Aussie shores on Tuesday 4 April to celebrate 100 days to go until the Gunners’ #ArsenalinSydney Tour this July.
WIDELY-ACCLAIMED chef Jochen Beranek has spent almost 30 years developing his culinary style in restaurants across Europe, Asia, North and Central America, and Australia. Now he has set his sights on delivering an unprecedented food experience at the new Optus Stadium.
CHELSEA FC – one of the world’s most popular football clubs and the current leaders of the English Premier League – will play an Australia-exclusive match against Perth Glory at Optus Stadium in 2018.
A grand stage for Sydney’s major sports and entertainment events, ANZ Stadium has welcomed more than 23.5 million fans since it was purpose-built for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. Everyone remembers where they were when Cathy ran, when Aloisi scored, or when unforgettable NRL Grand Finals, State of Origin games, FFA blockbusters and Bledisloe Cup matches unfolded. The NSW Government’s recent commitment to the redevelopment of ANZ Stadium will ensure this iconic venue continues to host many of the nation’s biggest events and most iconic sporting moments well into the future.
VenuesLive has officially been appointed operator of Optus Stadium by the Government of Western Australia. Optus Stadium is destined to become one of the great stadiums of the world when it opens for business. With a capacity of 60,000 and a fans-first approach in design and technology, Optus Stadium will be a multi-purpose venue capable of hosting AFL, cricket, football, rugby union, rugby league and entertainment events. The VenuesLive management team will secure and bring to life an array of large and smaller-scale events planned for Optus Stadium and the surrounding Stadium Park, which is scheduled to open in early 2018.