Fourteen years on from hosting the Sydney Olympics, ANZ Stadium management today released detailed plans to redevelop the stadium as a cutting-edge sports and entertainment precinct.

ANZ Stadium announced that global construction and engineering company Laing O’Rourke has been selected to carry out a proposed $350 million redevelopment of the stadium, in line with the NSW Government’s Stadia Strategy and the Sydney Olympic Park Master Plan Vision released by the NSW Government in July 2013.

More than 21 million fans have passed through the ANZ Stadium gates since it was purpose-built for the 2000 Olympic Games, and the stadium continues to host many of the nation’s biggest events and most iconic sporting moments.

ANZ Stadium managing director, Daryl Kerry, said, “Sydney is the most diverse and competitive sporting city in the world, being home to more than 15 professional teams across five major codes.

“The design concepts developed by Laing O’Rourke are exceptional and will provide Sydney with one of the greatest multi-purpose sports and entertainment stadiums in the world.”

Check out the proposed new look:

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A new sporting and entertainment precinct with ANZ Stadium at the heart.

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Stadium Entertainment Precinct

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Retail Hospitality Precinct

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Home team theming

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Members’ Alfresco Terrace

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Members’ Vertical Village

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