The Bulldogs Are Expected To Take NRL Games To WA

Get ready Perth...


Georgie Marr

24 July 2019

Georgie Marr

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Daily Telegraph

Canterbury will be taking NRL games to Perth while the ANZ Stadium is redeveloped. The move could last up to three years as the club plans on where to take home games in the interim. 

A year has passed since Canterbury hosted their season-opener at HBF Park and this Tuesday, the Bulldogs confirmed that one game per year will be played at the WA venue until 2022. 

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The move comes as the ANZ Stadium organises a face-lift which is supposed to begin, following next year's State of Origin. 

The Bulldogs may have to move to Bankwest Stadium next season while they wait for renovations to wrap up at the ANZ stadium. 

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The Bulldogs are expected to keep their lone match at home ground and headquarters, Belmore Sports Ground. They are currently sitting at number 15 on the NRL ladder. 

 

 

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