|Former names||Orana Park, Campbelltown Sports Ground|
|Location||Pembroke Rd, Campbelltown , New South Wales 2560|
|Owner||Campbelltown City Council|
|Operator||Campbelltown City Council|
|Record attendance||20,527 - Wests Tigers vs Nth Qld, 2005|
|Newtown Jets (1983)
Western Suburbs Magpies (1987-present)
Wests Tigers (NRL) (2000-present)
Western Sydney Wanderers FC W-League (W-League) (2012-present)
Campbelltown Stadium, formerly Orana Park and Campbelltown Sports Ground, is a multi-use stadium in Leumeah, New South Wales, Australia, owned by Campbelltown City Council. It is the full-time home ground for the Western Suburbs Magpies District Rugby League Football Club and is one of three home grounds for the Wests Tigers Rugby League Football Club. The stadium has a nominal capacity of 20,000, with a recorded highest crowd figure of 20,527 for a game between Wests Tigers and North Queensland Cowboys in NRL season 2005. It is located adjacent to Leumeah railway station.
Campbelltown Stadium first hosted top level rugby league in 1983 when the struggling Newtown Jets played half of their home games at the stadium at the ground that was known at the time as Orana Park, before they were due to move full time to Campbelltown to claim the vast junior league in South-Western Sydney and to expand their thin supporter base. However before the deal could be made, Newtown were excluded from the 1984 season for financial reasons, but the club continued efforts to be re-instated for the 1985 season fully based in Campbelltown. But the deal for the acquisition of the junior league of South-Western Sydney fell through and thus Newtown were fully excluded from 1985.
For several years afterwards, there was no top-level rugby league tenant but in 1985 and 1986 one NSWRL game a year was played at the stadium by Parramatta and Eastern Suburbs respectively, South-western Sydney was still considered neutral ripe territory for all of the Sydney based clubs, but it was the struggling Western Suburbs Magpies in 1987 who made the move from their inner western base of Lidcombe. The Magpies had made the move in a bid to provide a more assured future as their new home was based in a rapidly expanding area in the outer south-west of Sydney. A new leagues club was developed next to the ground.
Sports played at Campbelltown Stadium
In the National Rugby League, the stadium was home to the Western Suburbs Magpies club from 1987 until 1999 and was one of the home grounds for the Newtown Jets in 1983. The Magpies had merged with the Balmain Tigers for the 2000 season to form the West Tigers, and thus, since 2000, this ground is being used on an occasional basis by the Wests Tigers, with four of their twelve annual home games played there, in accordance with their stadium deals. The Western Suburbs Magpies junior teams and Ron Massey Cup side also play most of their home games at Campbelltown.
The record crowd for the ground for a rugby league match has been 20,527 between the West Tigers and the North Queensland Cowboys on 14 August 2005. The record crowd for Cambelltown in its previous oval configuration was 17,286 between Western Suburbs and St George on 2 August 1991. The record crowd for Newtown at the stadium is 10,686 against rival Parramatta in 1983.
On 19 July 2008 Australian A-League team Sydney FC played their first Pre-Season Cup match against Brisbane Roar. Sydney won the match 2–1 in front of roughly 4,500 fans. Sydney FC also played a pre-season friendly here in preparation for their 2010-11 A-League season against local club Macarthur Rams in which Sydney won 1–0.
Sydney FC played their first premiership match for A-League points at Campbelltown Stadium against Perth Glory on 18 January 2012 (originally to be played on 7 December 2011). The game ended up in a 1-1 draw and only drew 5,505 fans.
The stadium was host for the local Macarthur Football Association Premier League finals in September 2012.
- FFA Take A-League Into The Regions, au.fourfourtwo.com, 29 September 2011. Retrieved on 13 November 2011.
- Campbelltown Stadium at Austadiums