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SYDNEY FC’s A-League Grand Final appearance has set the scene for  two of Sydney’s biggest sporting events of the year – back-to-back football classics against English Premier League clubs Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea FC.

It will be a celebration of an outstanding 2014/15 season for Sydney FC, who will be up against a young and hungry Spurs team led by EPL Young Player of the Year Harry Kane and fellow superstars Christian Eriksen, Hugo Lloris, Erik Lamela and Ryan Mason. Spurs will be making their first visit to Sydney in 30 years.

Just 72 hours later, Sydney FC will take part in an Australian football first – English Premier League Champions v A-League Grand Finalists, Chelsea FC v Sydney FC, Blues v Sky Blues – at ANZ Stadium on Tuesday 2 June. Having just wrapped up the EPL title, Chelsea will be making their first Australian appearance in 41 years – and they will be bringing the Premier League Trophy with them to ANZ Stadium!

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THEY’RE Back in Black! Legendary rockers AC/DC are bringing their Rock or Bust World Tour to ANZ Stadium on Wednesday 4 November!
Tickets go on sale Monday 20 April at 9am.

Head here for event info, ticket on-sale dates and prices:

This is your chance Sydney – move fast and get ready to be thunderstruck as the band blasts the night away at ANZ Stadium.

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Eight-times FA Cup winners Tottenham Hotspur FC will play an exclusive one-off match against the in-form Sydney FC at ANZ Stadium on Saturday 30 May.

Boom English Premier League club Spurs will bring a world-class squad to Sydney, with their current list including rising superstar Harry Kane, Danish midfield wizard Christian Eriksen and champion French goalkeeper Hugo Lloris. But they will have their work cut out against Graham Arnold’s high-flying Sydney FC who famously defeated David Beckham’s LA Galaxy team 5-3 in a heated encounter at Sydney’s Olympic stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur’s first visit to Australia in 30 years tops off an amazing sporting week at ANZ Stadium, with a Super Rugby Final re-match between the NSW Waratahs and NZ Crusaders on Saturday 23 and the crucial State of Origin I on Wednesday 27 May. 

So this is your chance football fans -make sure you're at ANZ Stadium for a blockbuster week of sporting events – culminating with a must-see football classic, Spurs v Sydney FC!

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OVER 5000 of Sydney’s toughest competitors will storm through the stands of ANZ Stadium this Sunday 15 February, for Australia’s first ever Stadium obstacle race which will also be the biggest stadium obstacle race ever put on anywhere in the world.

What can racers expect from this mammoth event? The 6km+ course includes 33 obstacles - many never seen before in an obstacle race. Racers will have to negotiate obstacles like cargo net climbs, rope traverses, sandbag carries, spear throws, slippery walls and monkey bars. Oh, and let’s not forget the 7000 steps.

Details at

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The Telstra Connected Stadium Lounge introduced during the 2014 NRL Finals series at ANZ Stadium has been recognised for its ground-breaking Stadium sports technology. The joint entry by Telstra, ANZ Stadium and global design company Populous has been named as one of six finalists in the category Best use of Technology by a Venue, Area or Stadium. The digital innovations at ANZ Stadium will go up against entries from the esteemed Marylebone Cricket Club at Lord’s, Chelsea Football Club at Stamford Bridge and the Barclays Center in New York, among others.... more

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WITH over 30 million albums sold and seven Grammy Awards to her name, the world’s hottest pop star, Taylor Swift, has confirmed her one-and-only Sydney concert will be at ANZ Stadium on Saturday 28 November 2015.

Fresh from selling four million copies worldwide of her latest album 1989, Swift’s massive 1989 World Tour is guaranteed to be a Stadium pop blockbuster, with special guest Vance Joy also performing.

Don’t miss the chance to see the biggest superstar in the world at the top of her game at ANZ Stadium!

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FOURTEEN years on from hosting the Sydney Olympics, ANZ Stadium management has released detailed plans to redevelop the Stadium and make it the most cutting-edge sports and entertainment precinct in the world.

Key highlights include:

• Moveable grandstands at both ends of the Stadium that bring fans as close as 5m to the field of play;
• A retractable roof that will open or close in 20 minutes and weather-proof all events;
• Improved atmosphere thanks to new design features that allow the Stadium to configure appropriately for small, medium and large events;
• A lively stadium precinct and entertainment zone that wraps around the Stadium, with new bars, cafes and restaurants that will operate 365 days a year;
• Better transport options with the Stadium redevelopment coinciding with the new WestConnex motorway, which will cut travelling time from the CBD to ANZ Stadium in half;

Watch the video below and tell us what you think?

Then head here for full information on the redevelopment project:

Exciting times ahead at ANZ Stadium!

ANZ Stadium Redevelopment highlights

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IT’S OFFICIAL. Rock and roll superstars, the Foo Fighters, are bringing their Sonic Highways world tour to ANZ Stadium on Thursday 26 February 2015.

Last in Australia in 2011 for a massive run of sold out stadium dates, the Foo Fighters blew fans and critics away In the two decades since the 1995 release of Foo Fighters' self-titled debut album, Foo Fighters have grown into arguably the last great American stadium rock band, hauled in 11 Grammy Awards, sold 25 million records worldwide and spawned countless hits. Find out more -

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In a world of tech-savvy sports fans, there’s now so much more to game day than simply watching the action on the field. Fans want to instantly share experiences, tweet their opinions, and be the first to receive updates about their teams. Thanks to ANZ Stadium’s free Wi-Fi, free App and new Telstra Connected Stadium Lounge, the event experience has already gone to a new level in 2014 and there’s much more to come. Find out more at

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ANZ Stadium’s Summer of Sport just got bigger with confirmation that South African superstar Jacques Kallis will make his T20 BBL debut for the Sydney Thunder on Sunday 21 December – one of two Thunder games scheduled for the Olympic venue before the New Year.

Kallis – one of word cricket’s greatest allrounders – will take on the Brisbane Heat in round one before turning his attention to the fiercely contested Sydney derby against cross-city rivals, the Sydney Sixers, in round two on Saturday 27 December at ANZ Stadium.

Kallis stole headlines when he announced he was coming to Sydney to join a star-studded Thunder squad led by skipper, “Mr Cricket” Mike Hussey, superbat Dave Warner and England marvel, Eoin Morgan, in forging a multi-nation contingent within the team.

The Thunder have a growing army of supporters who will justifiably have high expectations in this summer’s BBL.

Kallis’ debut and the two opening Thunder blockbusters add to an already imposing Summer of Sport schedule at ANZ Stadium.

Action heats up at ANZ Stadium on Sunday 9 November when Australia goes against South Africa in Sydney’s only T20 international. It will be the third and final match of a three-game series between two of cricket’s world powerhouses.
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