Campbelltown Sports Stadium
Campbelltown Sports Stadium is one of the three NRL home grounds for the Wests Tigers and is used by the Western Suburbs Magpies for NSW Cup, Junior Representative and Sydney Combined Competition (SCC) matches.
Newtown Jets originally planned to use Campbelltown Sports Stadium as their home ground moving five matches to the venue in 1983 with the aim of permanent relocation in 1984 - however the NSWRL expelled them from the premiership. Parramatta played one match at Campbelltown in 1985 and Eastern Suburbs moved one match there in 1986. Western Suburbs Magpies made Campbelltown their home in 1987 and played all their home matches at Campbelltown until they amalgamated with Balmain for the 2000 season.
Campbelltown Sports Stadium is located on the Pembroke Rd and Old Leumeah Rd in Leumeah with parking available at Wests Leagues or near the ground off Old Leumeah Rd. Parking is also available on the other side of the railway station just off Plough Inn Rd.
Ground: Campbelltown Sports Stadium
Address: Pembroke Rd & Old Leumeah Rd
Parking: Leumeah Station (Plough Inn Rd), Old Leumeah Rd Car Park & Wests Leagues