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ANZ Stadium

ANZ Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park. This stadium has been The Rabbitohs home ground since 2006. In 2014 The Rabbitohs set an attendance record for the stadium with 83,833 people watching our NRL Grand Final victory. In September 2015, the New South Wales Government announced that within a decade the stadium would be upgraded. Details about the upgrade are scant, but the stadium might be fitted with a retractable roof.

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Located close to Perth's central business district, the stadium currently has a maximum capacity of 20,500 people for sporting events and 25,000 people for concerts. Rugby league has been an annual fixture at nib stadium since 2009, with The Rabbitohs hosting a 'home' game once a season. The record sports crowd at the venue since the 2012-13 redevelopment is 20,272 in a 2015 NRL Season game between the The Rabbitohs and The Warriors on 6 June 2015.

Barlow Park

Barlow Park is a multi-sports facility and stadium located in Cairns. The ground comprises an IAAF international athletics facility, turf sports fields at the main Barlow and West Barlow parks, and a 1,700 seat grandstand with corporate and media facilities. On 26 April 2015, The Rabbitohs hosted the Canberra Raiders in Round 8 of the NRL Premiership.