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St. George Stadium - {CATEGORY}

St. George Soccer Stadium is a recently-reopened football stadium in Banksia, New South Wales, Australia. The ground was opened in 1978 to be the home of St. George-Budapest who played in local competition until playing in the national competition at the time, the National Soccer League. The ground occupies a part of Barton Park, next to Muddy Creek, a tributary of the Cooks River in Banksia. Over time the stadium has been used less and less, commensurate with its delapidation. The stadium has never been renovated over its lifespan. In 2006, the St. George-Budapest club, now the St George Saints, played their last match at the stadium, deeming it unsafe and unstable, with the grandstand on the verge of collapse. The St. George Saints now play at Belmore Sports Ground, an arena outside the St. George district. In 2005 the St. George Saints were controversially axed from the new look New South Wales Premier League and took legal action against the decision along with the Bonnyrigg White Eagles, but were unsuccessful. They now play in the New South Wales Super League, which is one level below the state's highest, the NSW Premier League. The St. George Saints will be looking at liquiditing the club, entering them as a club team in the St. George Soccer Football Association due to rumour of them being demoted to the New South Wales State League Division One in 2010. There was some discussion in the media that the St. George Illawarra Dragons and Sydney FC would play at a new stadium development at Barton Park, and for it to be transformed into Sydney's first football-only venue, but these talks have dissipated, with the Dragons now playing at the newly redeveloped Jubilee Oval and Sydney FC staying at the Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park. Between 2007-2008 the ground was not fit to be used as a playing arena. It was widely vandalised with graffiti, with litter on the pitch and throughout the stand. In the grandstand the floor and seating was pulled out. The stand had structural cracks running through the side of it, leaving the grandstand covered in security fences, due to fears of it being unstable. Once the home ground of a dominant NSL team, it appeared that the days of the 15,000 seat stadium were numbered.

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Address: Barton Park, Banksia, New South Wales 2216

Country: Australia

Capacity: 15000

Surface: Grass

Dimensions: 120 x 87 m

Operator: St George Budapest Soccer Club

Opened: 1978

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St. George Stadium - {CATEGORY}

St. George Soccer Stadium is a recently-reopened football stadium in Banksia, New South Wales, Australia. The ground was opened in 1978 to be the home of St. George-Budapest who played in local competition until playing in the national competition at the time, the National Soccer League. The ground occupies a part of Barton Park, next to Muddy Creek, a tributary of the Cooks River in Banksia. Over time the stadium has been used less and less, commensurate with its delapidation. The stadium has never been renovated over its lifespan. In 2006, the St. George-Budapest club, now the St George Saints, played their last match at the stadium, deeming it unsafe and unstable, with the grandstand on the verge of collapse. The St. George Saints now play at Belmore Sports Ground, an arena outside the St. George district. In 2005 the St. George Saints were controversially axed from the new look New South Wales Premier League and took legal action against the decision along with the Bonnyrigg White Eagles, but were unsuccessful. They now play in the New South Wales Super League, which is one level below the state's highest, the NSW Premier League. The St. George Saints will be looking at liquiditing the club, entering them as a club team in the St. George Soccer Football Association due to rumour of them being demoted to the New South Wales State League Division One in 2010. There was some discussion in the media that the St. George Illawarra Dragons and Sydney FC would play at a new stadium development at Barton Park, and for it to be transformed into Sydney's first football-only venue, but these talks have dissipated, with the Dragons now playing at the newly redeveloped Jubilee Oval and Sydney FC staying at the Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park. Between 2007-2008 the ground was not fit to be used as a playing arena. It was widely vandalised with graffiti, with litter on the pitch and throughout the stand. In the grandstand the floor and seating was pulled out. The stand had structural cracks running through the side of it, leaving the grandstand covered in security fences, due to fears of it being unstable. Once the home ground of a dominant NSL team, it appeared that the days of the 15,000 seat stadium were numbered.

St. George Stadium - {CATEGORY}

St. George Soccer Stadium is a recently-reopened football stadium in Banksia, New South Wales, Australia. The ground was opened in 1978 to be the home of St. George-Budapest who played in local competition until playing in the national competition at the time, the National Soccer League. The ground occupies a part of Barton Park, next to Muddy Creek, a tributary of the Cooks River in Banksia. Over time the stadium has been used less and less, commensurate with its delapidation. The stadium has never been renovated over its lifespan. In 2006, the St. George-Budapest club, now the St George Saints, played their last match at the stadium, deeming it unsafe and unstable, with the grandstand on the verge of collapse. The St. George Saints now play at Belmore Sports Ground, an arena outside the St. George district. In 2005 the St. George Saints were controversially axed from the new look New South Wales Premier League and took legal action against the decision along with the Bonnyrigg White Eagles, but were unsuccessful. They now play in the New South Wales Super League, which is one level below the state's highest, the NSW Premier League. The St. George Saints will be looking at liquiditing the club, entering them as a club team in the St. George Soccer Football Association due to rumour of them being demoted to the New South Wales State League Division One in 2010. There was some discussion in the media that the St. George Illawarra Dragons and Sydney FC would play at a new stadium development at Barton Park, and for it to be transformed into Sydney's first football-only venue, but these talks have dissipated, with the Dragons now playing at the newly redeveloped Jubilee Oval and Sydney FC staying at the Sydney Football Stadium in Moore Park. Between 2007-2008 the ground was not fit to be used as a playing arena. It was widely vandalised with graffiti, with litter on the pitch and throughout the stand. In the grandstand the floor and seating was pulled out. The stand had structural cracks running through the side of it, leaving the grandstand covered in security fences, due to fears of it being unstable. Once the home ground of a dominant NSL team, it appeared that the days of the 15,000 seat stadium were numbered.

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