Campbelltown Sports Stadium 

Western Suburbs Magpies have called Campbelltown Sports Stadium (Orana Park) home since their relocation there in 1987.

Name: Campbelltown Sports Stadium
Previous Names: Orana Park(1970-1989)
Campbelltown Sports Ground (1990 - 1999)
Owner: Campbelltown City Council
Address: Cnr Pembroke Road & Rose Payten Drive, Leumeah NSW 2560
Configuration: Rectangle - 360 degrees of seating with grass hills behind the seats at both try line ends
Orientation: North (Campbelltown Athletic Centre) to South (Wests Leagues Club)
Playing Surface: Sand based profile and substructure with a Legend Couch Grass.
Capacity: 21,000 (13,500 seated)
Record Crowds:

20,527 (14th August 2005 - NRL - Wests Tigers VS North Queensland Cowboys)
19,901 (2nd May 2010 - NRL - Wests Tigers vs Sydney Roosters)
17,286 (2nd August 1991 - NSWRL - Western Suburbs vs St George)

Lights: Yes. 8 light towers provide illumination to full High Definition TV Standards (Upgraded in 2008)
Corporate Boxes: 20
Disabled Access: Yes
Media Facilities: Yes
Car Parking:

Wests Leagues Car Parks, Leumeah Train Station Car Park

NRL Usage: 1998 - 12 games a year (Western Suburbs Magpies)
2000 to 2004 - 6 games a year (Wests Tigers)
2005 to 2009 - 3 games a year (Wests Tigers)
2010 to 2017 - 4 games a year (Wests Tigers)
Public Transport: Train ( Sydney Trains ) Leumeah Station, T2 and T5 lines),
Bus ( Busways ) and Taxi Services


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Car parking advice

Campbelltown Sports Stadium only has 2 relatively small car parks next to the ground. Whilst these are usually easy to get parking in for Magpie stand alone games, for Wests Tigers matches it is often better to park in the large Leumeah Train Station car parks. It is then just a 2 minute walk to the ground over a dedicated pedestrian bridge.