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With only 10 days to prepare for the 2021 State of Origin opener, Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank Stadium successfully did what no other stadium has done in the event’s history. After the NRL was forced to move the game away from Victoria, the Queensland...
Perth hosted more than 55,000 footy fans for a historic Dreamtime clash to remember. After announcing that the marquee match of the annual AFL Sir Doug Nicholls Round, between Victorian sides Essendon and Richmond, would be played at Perth’s Optus Stadium for...
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Australian Open had a successful run as first grand slam event of the year, despite COVID-19 restrictions.
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“The business partnership between Marvel Stadium and Ticketmaster has been proactive in assisting Marvel Stadium in providing our hirers and members with enhanced products, always looking towards the future with innovative and industry leading solutions.”
Steve Hancock, General Manager, Finance and Administration, Marvel Stadium
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