WIN Sports & Entertainment Centres

The WIN Sports and Entertainment Centres (WSEC) includes WIN Stadium and the WIN Sports and Entertainment Centre (WEC) in Wollongong.

WIN Stadium has a capacity of 23,000 with approximately 13,000 seats undercover. The field can accommodate international standard rugby league, rugby union and football.

The stadium currently has three grandstands: the Northern (opened in 2002), a Southern (opened in 1992) and a new Western grandstand. The eastern hill provides uncovered grass seating areas for around 7,000 people. The Stadium also has a function centre that can accommodate social and business events for up to 700 people.

WIN Stadium is one of the home venues of the St George-Illawarra Dragons who play in the National Rugby League (NRL).  Other users of the stadium include the Wollongong Wolves (Football) and Illawarra Steelers.

The WIN Entertainment Centre (WEC) is a multi-purpose arena. The main auditorium has a maximum capacity of 6,000 with flexible configurations that can host various events, including concerts, dinners, seminars, conference, school formals and exhibitions.  The WEC has been the ‘home-court’ for the Wollongong Hawks National Basketball League (NBL) team, hosting regular season home games, and any other finals-series home games. 

For more information please visit the WIN Sports & Entertainment Centre website.

 

 

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