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Major Sporting Events in July to Bring Huge Crowds to Accor Stadium and Drive Visitation in NSW

From the NSW Blues and Game 3 of the 2023 Ampol State of Origin series to the Green and Gold of the Matildas on Day 1 of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, Sydney’s Accor Stadium will host two of the nation’s biggest sporting events this July.

In the space of eight magic days in July, the Stadium will host:

The Westpac NSW Blues v Queensland Maroons in Ampol State of Origin Game 3 as the Blues kick off a new era and try to claw a game back into the Origin series on Wednesday 12 July;

Australia v Republic of Ireland in an opening day blockbuster to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ on Thursday 20 July.

Capacity crowds are expected at both events, bringing thousands of regional, interstate and international visitors to Sydney.

Ampol State of Origin Game 3

While the Westpac NSW Blues will be chasing their first win of the Ampol State of Origin series, demand for tickets to Origin 3 in Sydney remains high.

Despite Queensland’s recent dominance in Origin, NSW has a remarkable record at Accor Stadium where they have won 20 (and drawn 1) of the 30 Origin matches played at the Blues’ spiritual home.

NSW fans can be expected to turn Sydney Olympic Park into a Blues fortress come July 12.

The Blues will field a much changed lineup with returning faces Cody Walker, Jake Trbojevic, Reagan Campbell-Gillard & Jacob Safiti coming into the side along with debutants Bradman Best and Keaon Kolamatangi who will need the support of the Blatchys Blues crowd if they are to take down the Queensland Maroons.

Don’t miss out by securing your seat today to avoid disappointment with a full-house expected at the Stadium for NRL’s most thrilling game. Blue v Maroon. State v State. The Best v The Best.

Get your tickets here.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™
Australia v Republic of Ireland

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ will be the biggest international sporting event seen in Australia since the Sydney 2000 Olympic & Paralympic Games.

The Matildas will feature on Day 1 of the tournament, with a sellout crowd expected for the match against Republic of Ireland at Accor Stadium, which will revert to its generic name Stadium Australia under FIFA’s international “clean venue” regulations.

Thirty two nations will be represented at FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, with Stadium Australia to host five major games including the Final match on Sunday 20 August

The Matildas will go into the tournament ranked No.10 in the world, but they will have the benefit of passionate home support for all of their games.

Make sure to grab your tickets while they’re still available!

Tickets are available via

The Matildas FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Squad

Accor Stadium Members

Accor Stadium Members get access and premium seating to all regular sporting events at the Stadium including State of Origin, and opportunities to access tickets for other events!

Enquire about Stadium Membership here.

Accor Stadium Official Hospitality

Want to watch State of Origin or any other regular sporting event at the Stadium in style from a Private Suite, Zone Box or Premium Seating with your corporate clients, family & friends?

Enquire about our Premium Hospitality experiences here.

So come be a part of a BIG JULY at Accor Stadium! See all the events at the Stadium here.

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