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It’s the super-sized screen that is set to thrill and entertain Bulldogs Members and supporters in season 2022.

  • Members and fans attending Sunday’s Bulldogs v Broncos game at Accor Stadium (Stadium Australia) will have their live game-day experience taken to a new level after the unveiling of the new Great Southern Screen – part of more than $10 million of fan-focused digital upgrades throughout the venue.
  • At 120m long and 10m deep, the Great Southern Screen stretches around the entire southern end of the stadium and is the longest high-definition straight-run stadium video display anywhere in the world.
  • Every person in the Stadium will be immersed in live feeds, replays, split-screen programming, fan engagement and social media chats.
  • In Australia, the previous biggest high-definition sports video screen currently in operation is at Eagle Farm Racecourse (43.89m x 10.97m), so the Accor Stadium videoboard is roughly three times bigger than the next largest video screen in the country.

Details on Bulldogs Train Travel deal to home matches

Rail-only integrated ticketing includes access to:

  • the rail network bounded by Bomaderry, Goulburn, Bathurst, Scone and Dungog stations (non-booked services);
  • Sydney Metro Services;
  • Sydney and Newcastle Light Rail Services.

For events at Accor Stadium (Sydney Olympic Park), the following enhanced overlay and premium public transport travel experience for patrons to events is provided under the rail-only integrated ticketing model:

1: Patrons do not have to tap their OPAL cards to travel to and from the event (i.e. users must hold a valid ticket for the event included under the rail-only integrated ticketing scheme to access the relevant services);

2: Limited direct train services into Sydney Olympic Park from either the City or west without the need to change at Lidcombe;

3: Limited supporter trains for specific clubs, so fans can travel as a group to the games.




Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.