Tag: Sydney


Qudos Bank Arena Marketing Executive vacancy

Vacancies at Qudos Bank Arena

The Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (Australia) – which is managed by ASM Global – is looking for Marketing Executive.   Pertinent points: No close date Recruiting now   The 21,000-capacity Qudos Bank Arena is a large multipurpose arena located in Sydney, Australia. It is situated... » Read more


Sydney FC new home name to be Allianz Stadium

New Sydney football stadium naming rights

The Sydney Football Club’s new world-class stadium at Moore Park at New South Wales in Australia will be known as Allianz Stadium, with the global insurance giant Allianz to be the inaugural naming rights partner at the soon-to-be-opened multiuse venue. The ‘Sydney FC’ stated that the Allianz... » Read more


Stadium Australia renamed as Accor Stadium

Sydney Stadium Australia naming rights

Stadium Australia at Sydney Olympic Park (Australia) has been renamed as Accor Stadium, with the global hotel and lifestyle giant securing the naming rights to Sydney’s former Olympic Games flagship venue at Olympic Park. The ‘Hotel Management’ stated that alongside the Olympic Games in 2000... » Read more


Stadium Australia larger than life screen!

Stadium Australia will install massive video screen

The event experience at Stadium Australia will be transformed by the installation of the world’s longest straight-run stadium video screen as part of more than $10 million of fan-focused digital upgrades throughout the facility. ‘Stadium Australia’ stated that work on the Great Southern... » Read more


Data#3 digital support to Sydney venue

Sydney football stadium partners with data#3

Leading Australian technology services and solutions provider, Data#3, announced recently that it has been engaged to deliver a modern networking solution for the new Sydney Football Stadium in Australia. ‘Data#3’ stated that the New South Wales (NSW) Government is redeveloping the Sydney... » Read more


Limited fans for Australia-India Test match

Sydney Cricket Ground with only 25 per cent capacity

Though Sydney (Australia) has registered a rise in coronavirus infections, Australia’s upcoming Test match against India will be on course as originally planned at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). The venue will operate at 25 percent of its usual capacity amid a rise in COVID-19 cases in the... » Read more


Few Sydney stadia to allow more onlookers

Sydney Sports Venue Operator

Come October 1st, and major sporting fixtures in selected Sydney stadia can increase crowds from 25 percent to 50 percent capacity, which means a maximum of 40,000 spectators. An announcement in this regard has been made by the New South Wales (NSW) Government. The decision is based on updated... » Read more


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