Updated 11.45am Thursday 21st May
NRL Season Recommencement
The NRL has today released the new draw for the remainder of the 2020 season. Venues for rounds 3-9 have been confirmed with venues and will be played in Closed Stadiums without crowds. Venues and conditions for Round 10 onwards are still to be confirmed.
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Read more here.
Wallabies v Ireland Test Match Postponed
The scheduled Qantas Wallabies vs Ireland Rugby International Test Match has been postponed with rescheduled dates still to be confirmed.
Please continue to check the website and follow social media for more updates.
For more information visit the Rugby Australia Website here.
Queensland Champions Cup
The July 18th match between Crystal Palace FC and West Ham United FC scheduled to kick off at Suncorp Stadium at 7.30pm has been postponed until 2021.
Existing ticket buyers are encouraged to retain their ticket as they will be valid for the rescheduled dates. If supporters find they are unable to attend the new dates when they are announced, refunds will be available via the point of purchase.
Read more information here.
SANZAAR the organisation who run the Vodafone Super Rugby have suspended the season for the foreseeable future. A proposed plan for a domestic competition in place of Super Rugby has been put on hold by Rugby Australia until at least May 1st.
The NRL has announced the suspension of the Telstra NRL Premiership with ongoing reviews to occur as the situation changes. The latest update is that the season will return on the 28th of May with details still to be determined. Read more here.
The FFA has announced it still intends to resume the Hyundai A-League as soon as possible but for now the postponement will continue with a further update to come in May 2020.
What does this mean for:
- Brisbane Broncos
- Brisbane Roar
- St.George Queensland Reds
As this is an ongoing situation, we will continue to update the website with any additional information as it comes to hand.
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The NRL Telstra Premiership season has been suspended until the 28th of May. For more information click here.
The Brisbane Broncos and Suncorp Stadium look forward to returning the Telstra Premiership as soon as it is safe to do so.
The NRL has cancelled the 2020 NRL Magic Round. Read more here.
The FFA will continue to postpone the Hyundai A-League with the intention of resuming competition as soon as possible. Click here for more information.
The Brisbane Roar and Suncorp Stadium look forward to returning the A-League as soon as it is safe to do so.
St.George Queensland Reds
The St.George Queensland Reds are currently under the Super Rugby Tournament suspension.
For more information read the Super Rugby Competition Status here.
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ASM Global has been closely following the federal and state governments’ management of the COVID-19 outbreak, and takes seriously our responsibility for the health and well-being of our patrons, clients and employees coming to Suncorp Stadium.
Following the initial announcement by the Prime Minister on Friday afternoon, we are making contact with the promoters of concerts / organisers of events in Suncorp Stadium to discuss the potential to reschedule those events that will be affected by the advice to not proceed with events expecting to attract more than 500 people.
Whilst we have been anticipating a variety of scenarios, it will take some time to resolve the arrangements for each event.
It is our intent to be able to advise patrons expecting to attend such events of the new arrangements as quickly as possible. This will be done via our web site, through notification directly to ticket holders, for ticketed events and via organisers of events for which they have the patron contact details.
Should a ticketed event be cancelled altogether, refunds will be automatically made, directly to the original payment account. All ticket sales proceeds are held securely by Suncorp Stadium and are available for return to Ticketek to enable the refunds.
Due to the number of events affected and consequently the numbers of patrons involved, we would appreciate your patience in not calling us or Ticketek, and look out for the information to appear on our web site, through our social media channels or for an email from us.
In response to the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Suncorp Stadium has put in place all steps and precautions throughout the venue as recommended by the Australian Government Department for Health, to help ensure the safety of our visitors and team members. This includes:
Placing additional hand sanitisers with supporting signage
Placing guidance on hand washing in bathrooms
Thorough and regular sterilisation of surfaces, including bathrooms, benches, ATM machines and all touch points such as door handles, escalator rails, lift buttons etc.
Initiated heightened sanitation programs to limit the potential transfer of any viral material
Continued rigorous adherence to ISO and HACCP food safety management standards within all catering services
For any other enquiries please contact Suncorp Stadium Administration Office on:
+61 7 3331 5000
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