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PointsBet Stadium

PointsBet Stadium (Shark Park) is the home ground of the Cronulla Sharks and was purpose built for NRL matches in 1960 and last upgraded in 2006.

PointsBet Stadium hosts the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks NRL team for 10 home games in 2022, as well as a variety of community and commercial events and uses.

Shark Park caters to a game day crowd average of 10,000, with attendance ranging between 7,000 and 16,000 over the course of an NRL Season.

Due to the impacts of construction in the precinct, the capacity of PointsBet Stadium will be reduced to approximately 12,000 for the 2022 season, making becoming a ticketed member even more important.

As well as the home of top-flight Rugby League, the Stadium has also played host to Football, is the home of the Sharks 10 fun run, has been host to the Trans-Tasman Touch Championships and many other sporting and community events.


Originally recognised as Endeavour Field, the now-PointsBet Stadium has experienced a number of naming rights partners over the time of it's existence. The ground was believed to be the first Australian sports venue to hold a naming rights partner,  when known as Ronson Park in 1985.

The name was the first of many to follow, including Caltex Park, Shark Park (/Stadium 2013), Toyota Park (Stadium 2009-2011) and Remondis Stadium (2013-2015).

As of April 2019, PointsBet forged a four-year naming rights deal with the Stadium.


Recognised in the independent EY Sweeney report (November 2015) for the NRL as offering the best atmosphere in the competition, the Stadium was also ranked best for value of food and beverage; number '1' for sense of occasion, and voted in the top three for pre-game and half-time entertainment.

Stadium Information  

  • Located: 461 Captain Cook Drive, Woolooware, 2230, New South Wales.
  • Capacity: 20,000 (Reduced to 12,000 for 2022 due to ongoing construction in the precinct)
Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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