Monday, 24 May 2010

Blacktown. Possible 41,000-seat stadium

The NSW government has entered a series of confidential agreements for the biggest upgrade of sporting facilities since the Olympic Games that will take effect if Australia wins its bid to host the football World Cup, according to The Sydney Morning Herald. The government has negotiated cost-sharing principles with the federal government under which it will help fund a new $270 million soccer stadium at Blacktown and upgrades at three other stadiums. The biggest cost will be to a 41,000-seat stadium, at Blacktown, where the Olympic baseball fields were built.



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