ANZ Stadium, formerly Telstra Stadium and originally known as Stadium Australia, was the centrepiece of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. No other outdoor stadium used for the Olympics had been bigger than the stadium at the time of the games. Four Boeing 747s would fit side-by-side under the span of the main arches of the grandstands. The original capacity was 110,000, however post-games renovations has reduced this to 83,500.
The capacity of ANZ Stadium in Australia is 82,500.
The tenant of ANZ Stadium is Australian national football team.
No it does not have shelter
ANZ stadium which holds 83,500
ANZ stadium in Sydney (Formely known as Telstra Stadium or Stadium Australia) has a capacity of 82000.
5th October, 2008 ANZ Stadium, Sydney
the grand final was held at anz stadium
There are quite a few. Most of the international games played in Sydney are played at ANZ stadium. The NSW Waratahs, the Sydney based super rugby team, play mostly at Sydney Football Stadium but also at ANZ stadium and Sydney olympic park. Others include Toyota Stadium, Brookvale Oval, Centrebet Stadium, Win Jubilee Oval, Win Stadium, Cambelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval and Sydney Cricket Ground
Well their their home ground is ANZ or Homebush stadium but not sure where they train
I have been told April 2008 - seems a bit late (likely to be March I would have thought.) Here are the fixtures anyway: * Game 1 - Wednesday May 21 at ANZ Stadium (Telstra Stadium), Sydney * Game 2 - Wednesday June 11 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane * Game 3 - Wednesday July 2 at ANZ Stadium (Telstra Stadium), Sydney