The Gold Coast Titans have confirmed they have locked in a new stadium deal with Stadiums Queensland, after months of negotiation.
The five year agreement will see the local NRL club continue to call Cbus Super Stadium home until the end of 2022, with a minimum of 10 home games to be played at the Stadium each year.
In a statement released this morning, Gold Coast Titans said both sides had to make compromises to reach a deal.
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CEO Graham Annesley said he is both pleased and relieved that an agreement has been reached.
“This has been an extremely complex and difficult matter to resolve, and even though I’m sure it’s not an ideal outcome for either party, it’s great to now be in a position to get on with our primary objective of improving the club both on and off the field without having to deal with constant speculation about the future of our stadium arrangements,” Annesley said.
Head Coach Garth Brennan said he is happy the people of the Gold Coast will get to see their team in action at their Titans’ traditional home venue.
“This is a win for the members and fans. Everyone involved in the negotiations on both sides should be commended for their tireless efforts in delivering the best possible outcome for the club, members and fans,” Brennan said.
“We want Cbus Super Stadium to become a fortress that other clubs fear, and now that it’s been confirmed as our long-term home, it’s up to us to ensure it becomes just that through our performances every time we take the field,” Brennan concluded.