Sydney’s Georges River Council is seeking proposals for a new naming-rights sponsor of the Jubilee Stadium, home of National Rugby League team St. George Illawarra Dragons.
The stadium is currently known as the Netstrata Jubilee Stadium after property management company Netstrata acquired naming rights in 2019.
The 20,000-capacity venue had previously been without a naming-rights sponsor since 2017, when a contract with the University of Wollongong ended. Georges River Council is now seeking proposals for a new sponsor as Netstrata’s deal comes to an end.
As well as serving as the home of the Dragons, Jubilee Stadium hosted the NRL’s Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in 2020 and 2021. Since 2018, the stadium has also hosted men’s and women’s matches played by A-League football team Sydney FC, while in August it staged its first AFL match.
Mayor Nick Katris said: “Imagine promoting your brand, building customer loyalty, and reaching a larger audience, all while supporting sports and recreation activities in our local community. Ultimately, sponsorships and naming rights are a smart move if you are looking to raise your business profile and want to give back.”
Georges River Council plans on expanding the stadium’s offering to include cultural and entertainment events. Submissions for naming rights opened today (Tuesday) and will be accepted until November 8.