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Wests Tigers new Centre of Excellence

Wests Tigers is delighted to announce that the club has begun operating out of its new Centre of Excellence as part of the new Concord Oval Community and Sports Precinct.

The club this week shifted from its temporary headquarters at Cintra Park to a state-of-the-art new home, located within the new Concord Oval Community and Sports Precinct.

The new community precinct, to be opened in late 2022, will provide residents with some of Sydney’s finest community, recreation, and sports facilities at their doorstep.

It features an indoor recreation centre, green open spaces, community rooms, and match day facilities for local sports clubs.

The Wests Tigers Centre of Excellence also includes a state-of-the-art gym, recovery pools, sauna, steam room, as well as sports science, medical, and rehabilitation facilities.

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe says the facility will provide the club with the best possible environment to enhance performance across all levels of the business.

We are so excited as a club to begin a new era here in this wonderful facility that has been six years in the making."

CEO, Justin Pascoe

"These projects do not become a reality without the support and hard work of many people. I would like to acknowledge and thank the Federal Government, State Government and the City of Canada Bay for their funding and support.”

This facility is all about best practice and much of what we have has been modelled on some of the best sporting organisations in the world.”

Sitting here today in the near finished product, I could not be prouder of all the people and the stakeholders who have helped make this happen.”

Justin Pascoe

Pascoe says the Centre of Excellence provides his club and the local community, some wonderful opportunities.

“What we have done as administrators is provide an environment where players, staff and the community can learn and thrive.”

The Wests Tigers boss is also mindful of the role the Centre of Excellence will play in attracting and retaining the game’s best talent.

“From a performance perspective, it represents an elite environment and that’s what people are attracted to, giving them the opportunity to develop, and that applies to both players and staff.”

“There are a few finishing touches to be made before we hold our official opening, but this truly is a historic moment for the club.”

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The Concord Oval Community and Sports Precinct is proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with the Australian Government, the City of Canada Bay, and Wests Tigers.

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Wests Tigers respect and honour 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.

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