McDonald Jones Stadium
McDonald Jones Stadium is a multi-purpose outdoor stadium located in Newcastle, with a capacity of 30,000.
The stadium was built in 1970 and was originally known as the International Sports Centre. The Eastern grandstand was developed in 2005 and the Western grandstand was redeveloped in 2011. The rectangular field can accommodate a range of events including international standard Rugby League, Rugby Union and Football. McDonald Jones Stadium has a vibrant function centre that can accommodate social and business events, from small events to groups of up to 350 people.
McDonald Jones Stadium has been the long-term home to the region's two flagship sporting franchises, the Newcastle Knights (NRL) and the Newcastle Jets (A-League). The precinct surrounding the Stadium includes other sporting assets owned by Venues NSW and operated by sporting associations such as the Newcastle International Hockey Centre and the Newcastle Harness Racing Track.
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