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Robina Stadium

Robina Stadium
Stadium information
LocationRobina, Gold Coast, Queensland
Broke ground2006
OpenedFebruary 2008
OwnerQueensland Government
OperatorMajor Sports Facilities Authority
Construction costA$ 160 million
ArchitectPopulous (formerly HOK Sport Venue Event)
TenantsGold Coast Titans (NRL) (2008-present)
Gold Coast United FC (A-League) (2009- )

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Robina Stadium, currently known as its sponsored name Skilled Park, is a rectangular football stadium in the Gold Coast suburb of Robina, Queensland. It is the home ground to the National Rugby League's Gold Coast Titans and A-League's Gold Coast United. Starting in 2011, it will also become the home of the Gold Coast Sevens, the country's leg of the IRB Sevens World Series.

Construction of the venue started in 2006, and finished in February 2008, in time for the 2008 National Rugby League season, when it became the new home of the Titans.

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