- Address: Grand Parade, Sydney
- Country: Australia
- Capacity: 24,000
- Opened: February 1998
- Main use: Australian football, cricket
- Tenants: GWS Giants (Australian football), Sydney Thunder (cricket)
Extra stadium info – GIANTS Stadium
The GIANTS Stadium was the main baseball venue for the Games of the Olympiad in 2000. The GWS Giants and the Sydney Thunder use the stadium for home games. The GWS Giants Australian football club is among the main Australian football clubs and the Sydney Thunder cricket club is among the main cricket clubs from Australia. The Western Sydney Wanderers played numerous matches at the venue. They became the third football club from Australia to participate in the FIFA Club World Cup. The Wanderers became the second football club from New South Wales with 100,000 followers on its main social media page, after their arch-rivals Sydney Football Club. In 2005, Sydney FC became the first club from Sydney with an Oceanian football championship title.