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Things to Do In Sydney Youth Cup
The Sydney Youth Cup has been running since its inaugural year 2008 where it began at Belmore sports
ground. Since then there have been teams from other parts of the world that have taken part such as
the Shin Gok Primary school from South Korea, The Ricky Herbert Soccer Academy from New Zealand
Also there have been interstate teams such as South Melbourne FC Australian Soccer Skools from
Melbourne The Lake Macquarie FC from the central coast Also Local clubs such as Sutherland Sharks
Canterbury Bankstown Berries Some of the now high profile players that have played with their
respective teams whilst in their youth years are Dimitri Petratos now Brisbane Roar Bai Antonoiu now at
Sydney FC Conner Chapman now at Melbourne City Peter Kekeris now at Central Coast Mariners Liam
Rose now at Central Coast Mariners Josh D'Silva now at Sutherland Sharks Alusane Fofanah ex Western
Sydney Wanderers Kosta Petratos Perth Glory Maki Petratos Central Coast Mariners All the above
mentioned players have represented Australia at some point.
Elite Sports Tournament Sponsor. And also One of the greatest legacies of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and
Paralympic Games was the creation of world-class sports, entertainment and recreation facilities in
These world-class facilities include the Olympic Stadium (now ANZ Stadium), Aquatic Centre, Sydney
Showground, Sports Centre, Sports Halls, Tennis Centre, Indoor Arena (now Qudos Bank Arena), Hockey
Centre, Athletic Centre and Archery Centre.
Sydney Olympic Park Tournament: For Sydney’s best outdoor attractions head to Manly, South Head
and Watson’s Bay, and Botany Bay National Park in Sydney’s south. All of these venues were created
with a post-Games purpose in mind, and are all extremely busy and well utilised, with more than 5,000
events held at the Park each year
The events held in the Park add significant economic benefit to the state of New South Wales as they
attract people from across Australia and overseas. These visitors inject expenditure into the local
economy as people fill hotels, spend time at restaurants and cafes, and enjoy shopping and sightseeing.
A new sports training field is being constructed by Sydney Olympic Park Authority and will be integrated
with a future adjoining building to create the NSW Rugby League Centre of Excellence.
This new facility will support the development of both male and female junior representatives
and players as well as referees for the NSW Rugby League through administration, coaching, sports
medicine, physiotherapy and high-performance sports science facilities.
The full size sports training field is due for completion in early 2017 and will complement the existing
world-class sports facilities and venues at Sydney Olympic Park, truly Australia’s home of sport.
During construction, a portion of the Lorraine Crapp Sports Walk will be temporarily closed. Please make
use of alternative travel paths during this time.
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