Sydney Football Stadium
The Sydney Roosters Members and supporters will have a new state-of-the-art stadium to call home in the redeveloped Sydney Football Stadium.
The Stadium will be world-class with seating for up to 42,500 Members and fans, that will arguably be the best rectangular stadium in the country. The roof will cover 100% of patrons, seating sight lines will be improved and there will be a greater variety of food and beverage amenities.
The Club values loyalty, and as such, will look to recognise consecutive years of Membership when prioritising seating allocations for the newly built venue. We will reward members that have maintained their Membership prior to and during the stadium rebuild. To give yourself the best opportunity to secure the best seat at the new stadium within your Membership category, it’s important to REACTIVATE or JOIN as a Roosters Member now!
Sydney Roosters Policies
- Seating allocations at the SFS will be prioritised based on Membership tenure (consecutive years of Membership)
- Members will have the opportunity to select their Membership category of choice prior to Sydney Roosters commencing the seat allocation process, however, must consider that their current (2022) Membership status will play a role in their seating allocation (ie. a 2022 Gold Member with a 15 year Membership tenure seeking a Gold seat at the SFS will have priority over a 2022 Bronze Member with a 15 year tenure seeking a Gold seat at the SFS)
- Members are not required to take any action in relation to seating requests at the SFS at this stage. The Club will contact Members when it is time to begin the relocation process.
AUGUST 2021 UPDATE
The concourse level of the redeveloped Sydney Football Stadium was completed in December 2020. Since then, structural roof supports – known as derricks – have been propped into position and the roof has taken form. Infrastructure NSW have been complying with recent COVID-19 construction restrictions. Essential electrical work, carried out by Fredon, has been reinstated by Ausgrid to ensure the safety and security of the site, as of 27 July. Despite these interruptions, the construction timeline is progressing to schedule as of August 2021.
The seat design set to cover the redeveloped SFS has also been revealed. Created by award-winning Indigenous artist Tony Albert, the design features contemporary interpretations of the water and land – ‘Two worlds colliding – water and land’. The design pays homage to the two natural land features converging, eloquently gesturing to the contest of two competing teams.