Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Penrith Stadium has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
Penrith Stadium is a popular football and rugby league stadium in Penrith, known commercially as Panthers Stadium. For sports enthusiasts, this is the hallmark of sporting action in the region and a must-visit whenever key matches are taking place.
The stadium’s history dates back to 1967 when the Penrith Panthers played their first National Rugby League game here.
Penrith Stadium Seating Map, Events, Address, Parking & Ticket Prices
It is important to mention at this point that the stadium has hosted key matches including two of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup matches, as well as the 2013 and 2014 Pacific Rugby League International matches.
For a spectator looking to immerse themselves in Penrith’s sporting culture, the stadium is an excellent place to catch all the matches live. Add to this the state-of-the-art media and corporate facilities and you have every reason to attend your preferred games.
Penrith Stadium is easily accessible by both private and public means. There is a bus stop located opposite the stadium on Mulgoa Road. The closest train station is 10 minutes away. For motorists, there is free parking within the grounds, but this is limited on days when large games are played.
Note that the parking area located at the front of the stadium’s western side is solely for the physically challenged, for which a disabled sticker must on display. Additional parking is available nearby. Attendees need to know that security checks will be carried out on bags at designated entry points.
Remember to check the official website of Penrith stadium to find out what’s on ahead of your visit.