Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney (BISP) is the sporting capital in Western Sydney, continuing to grow its earned reputation as an elite, established and all-inclusive multi-sport and community venue. Blacktown International Sportspark’s leading facilities are utilised by community grassroots to professional players at the top of their game.
The Sportspark was developed as a major playing and training venue for athletics, baseball and softball for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. The sportspark has continued to grow and develop, welcoming AFL, Cricket, Soccer, Progressive Goalkeeping, and Super 6 High Performance to the 'family'. Owned by Blacktown City Council and managed by Blacktown Venue Management Ltd.
As the heart of sport in Western Sydney, Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney (BISP) boasts its first-class sporting facilities for athletics, Australian rules, baseball, cricket, football, professional goalkeeping development and softball. The Sportspark is home to:
- Sydney Blue Sox (Australian Baseball League)
- NSW Breakers (NSW Women's Cricket Team)
- GWS Giants (AFL Women's Team)
- Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club (Hyundai A-League, W-League and Youth teams)
- Sydney Thunder (Women's Big Bash League)
The implementation of the Master Plan including an international centre of training excellence will be an investment in the sporting future of Western Sydney.