“Bridging the area between Sydney and Newcastle, the Central Coast region begins at the mouth of the Hawkesbury River and stretches all the way to the southern end of Lake Macquarie.
Central Coast Stadium is located in Gosford City, the capital of the Central Coast on the corner of Dane Drive and Central Coast Highway (formerly Pacific Highway), approximately an hour’s drive north of Sydney. Gosford is a popular tourist destination accounting for 47.6% of total domestic visitor nights away in NSW in 2014/2015.

Central Coast Stadium has earned a reputation as one of Australia’s most picturesque venues and upon viewing the idyllic bayside stadium, it is easy to see why. The construction of central Coast Stadium was completed in February 2000, bringing to Gosford a premier multifunctional facility.

With a total capacity of 20,059, Central Coast Stadium has played host to many major events. These include International Rugby Union, National Rugby League and National A-League Football matches, branching out to boxing, motorcross and open-air rock concerts as well as a multitude of local sporting and community events.

The stadium boasts picturesque views over Brisbane Water and its surrounds - making it an ideal venue to host the Legends of League tournament. The multifunctional facility has a crowd capacity of over 20,000 people and is also the official home of the A-League football team, the Central Coast Mariners, as well as regularly hosting NRL fixtures.

Central Coast Council has commenced amenity upgrades to the Stadium along with refurbishment of Corporate Facilities completed well ahead of the Legends of League Tournament on 18th November, 2017.

For further information on upcoming events to be staged at the Central Coast Stadium visit


NSW Government

Central Coast Council


HART Sport

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