|Former names||Remondis Stadium
|Location||Woolooware, New South Wales|
|Owner||Cronulla-Sutherland Rugby League Club|
|Operator||Cronulla-Sutherland Rugby League Football Club|
|Record attendance||22,302 - Sharks vs St George Illawarra, 2004|
|Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (NRL) (1968-present)
Olympic Sharks (NSL) (2001-2003)
Endeavour Field, colloquially known as Shark Park during Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks matches, and known by its commercial name as Southern Cross Group Stadium, is a rugby league stadium in the southern Sydney suburb of Woolooware, New South Wales, Australia. It is the home ground of the Cronulla-Sutherland Rugby League Club, which represents the Cronulla and Sutherland Shire areas in the National Rugby League competition. Unique among NRL clubs, the Sharks own and operate their home ground. The Sharkies Leagues Club sits beside the stadium.
The stadium was built in 1960 and currently has a capacity of 22,000.
On 21 April 2006, the Federal Government announced a A$9.6 million grant would be given to the Cronulla Sharks to upgrade the stadium. The upgrade included a new covered stand to seat over 1,500 spectators at the southern end. The new stand was completed in time for the 2008 season.
Renovations are also planned for the ET Stand, named for Cronulla club legend and games record holder Andrew Ettingshausen, and the Peter Burns Stand. Facilities planned for the Leagues Club include a new swimming pool and a gym.
High turnout in crowd numbers are usual when the Sharks play local-derby rivals, the St George Illawarra Dragons. The ground attendance record is 22,302, which was set when the Sharks took on the Dragons in May 2004.
The ground has had numerous naming rights deals. Names of this ground over the years have been:
- Endeavour Field
- Ronson Oval
- Caltex Field
- Shark Park
- Toyota Park
- Toyota Stadium
- LG Park
- Shark Stadium
- Remondis Stadium
- Southern Cross Group Stadium
- Riccio, David (11 March 2016). "Cronulla Sharks land naming sponsorship for stadium ahead of NRL season opener". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 11 March 2016.
- "Sharks Stadium | Austadiums". Austadiums.com. Retrieved 2013-05-10.