The NSWRL can today exclusively reveal the designs for its state-of-the-art Centre of Excellence, to be completed in late 2017.
At a public briefing session held at the NSWRL's current headquarters in Sydney Olympic Park, the bold plans for the future home of Rugby League in NSW were on display for all to see, with strong public support for the project. The session comes one year on from the project's initial announcement in 2015.
Work has already begun on the site's construction, with a full-sized playing field scheduled to be completed in coming months. When completed, it will unite the NSWRL, CRL, NSWRL Referees Association and other affiliates, while providing a unique home base for the NSW VB Blues and all other state representative teams. The building will adjoin a tunnel providing direct access to ANZ Stadium - originally built to transfer track and field athletes during the Sydney 2000 Olympics - and will also include hydrotherapy and sports science facilities, complete change rooms, an event space and administrative offices.
View the video above for an exclusive look at an historic project for Rugby League in NSW.