Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Blacktown Baseball Stadium has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Blacktown Baseball Stadium is a baseball ground located within the iconic Blacktown International Sportspark in West Sydney, and the main baseball stadium of three baseball fields built at the venue.
The stadium was built in just in time for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games and remained one of the leading baseball stadiums in the region.
Blacktown Baseball Stadium, Seating Plan Map & Address, Sydney
This stadium is home to the Sydney Blue Sox team; just one of the teams that compete in the Australian Baseball League. As such, it hosts all the Blue Sox games in the ABL season for a range of different age divisions. In addition to the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, the stadium has also played host to the showcase round of the Claxton Shield in 2009.
The Blacktown Baseball Stadium has had some of the world’s famous names play there; including the US Baseball Team, the Hyundai Unicorns, as well as the Lotte Giants. The stadium has also held high school competitions and a variety of clinics and development camps.
With its diverse uses, the baseball stadium’s design as a world-class venue has endeared it to the many who hold events and celebrations there. Whether you are a sports enthusiast looking for a training ground or are in business hunting for space to use for your next team-building exercise, don’t look any further.
Some of the many features include a full PA and sound system, a scoreboard, changing rooms with toilets, showers and wash facilities, as well as reserved accessible areas. There are also three convenient food kiosks; two located on the grandstand concourse while the other is located on the ground level.
Make your way to Eastern Road in Rooty Hill to get to the stadium.