Venues – FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022

  • Sydney SuperDome is Australia’s largest indoor sports and entertainment arena, seating up to 16,000 visitors.

    The Sydney SuperDome is ranked as the number 4 arena in the world, only behind Madison Square Garden in New York, the O2 in London and the Forum in Los Angeles; and is ranked number 1 for Australia’s highest selling record venue.

    Originally built for the Sydney Olympics in 2000, the Sydney SuperDome has established itself as one of Australia’s premier concert venues. This colossal arena has hosted many international superstars, including Beyoncé, Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, Madonna, Stevie Wonder, P!NK, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Metallica and Kendrick Lamar.

    Other events include family shows including Disney On Ice, The Wiggles and indoor sports including tennis, local NBA and NBL, netball and motocross.

    Sydney SuperDome is proudly managed by ASM Global, the world’s leading venue management and services company, and will host the group stage matches and finals of the FIBA ​​Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022.

  • Opened in 1984, Sydney Olympic Park Sports Center has become Sydney’s premier venue for regional, national and international sport and an almost limitless variety of entertainment, corporate, community and leisure activities.

    The flexibility of the sports center is legendary, historically hosting Cold Chisel and Wiggles concerts, a state election score room, indoor equestrian championships, world boxing and wrestling championships, Gay Games, Masters Games , badminton world championships, robotics competitions, as well as the Steelers, Kings , Flames, Razorbacks and Opals.

    At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, the sports center hosted table tennis and taekwondo.

    The flexible and creative management of the Invictus Games 2018 venue won him the prestigious Australian award for Best Venue Management.

    A promoter of women’s sport, the venue has hosted the NSW Swifts and NSW Giants netball teams. It is home to NSW’s first artistic gymnastics training venue and the NSW Hall of Champions, a sports hall of fame.

    With state-of-the-art FIBA-approved upgrades to signage, video technology, seating, flooring, lighting and dressing rooms, the Sports Center will continue to be a world-class destination for sporting events. .

  • With exceptional venues close at hand, 430 hectares of parkland, unique heritage sites and natural environments to explore as well as over 50 restaurants and cafes, Sydney Olympic Park is an educational, residential, recreational, commercial and events district. world-class and environmentally sustainable. At the epicenter of the new Sydney, there are countless experiences to discover, 365 days of the year.

    When you come to enjoy the games, you can make a full day (or days!) of it, with plenty to do at the Park. Have breakfast, lunch or dinner here and plan a walk or a visit to our parks, mangroves or playgrounds and much more.

  • Visit Sydney Olympic Park to explore things to do while here.

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