The Gold Coast Titans will continue to call Cbus Super Stadium home, with the NRL Club excited to announce a long-term agreement with Stadiums Queensland.
Titans CEO Steve Mitchell says this is a statement of the Club’s commitment to our home on the Gold Coast, our community, our corporate supporters, our members and our fans.
“Before a ball has even been kicked in 2021, we’ve already secured our long term future on the Coast.
“We are somewhat spoilt to play at Cbus Super Stadium, with the venue still one of the premier rugby league facilities in the country.
“The new partnership has options that could take us out until the next NRL broadcast cycle which finishes in 2027.
Pictured: Titans CEO Steve Mitchell and Cbus Super Stadium General Manager Kristian Blundell
“We want to be playing home finals footy and we want to bring the NRL Premiership trophy back to Cbus Super Stadium.
“I want to thank Stadiums Queensland, particularly Cbus Super Stadium Manager Kristian Blundell for his proactive and conciliatory efforts to bring this new deal to life, especially while dealing with the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic."
Cbus Super Stadium Manager Kristian Blundell said stadium management was pleased to continue the strong relationship with the team.
“We’ve been partners with the club since the birth of the Titans and are very pleased they will continue to call Cbus Super Stadium home,” Blundell said
“The team had a fantastic season last year and we’re really looking forward to the stadium becoming a fortress for the Titans in seasons to come,” he said.