The new-look Campbelltown Stadium was officially opened on Sunday June 6, 2000. The renovations, which cost in excess of $22 million, provide the Macarthur Area with a much needed new Rugby League Stadium and has given the Wests Tigers a place to call home.
Major changes made to Campbelltown Stadium, as a result of the re-development, included a new Eastern Grandstand which includes 20 new Corporate Boxes, the reshaping of the playing surface from an oval to a rectangle, and a new playing surface. The Stadium holds around 20,000 spectators and generates a fantastic atmosphere on game day.
NRL side Wests Tigers play their home matches at the stadium and attracted a record crowd for the ground in 2005 when 20,527 people were in attendance for their match against the North Queensland Cowboys. In recent times, the stadium has also hosted A-League soccer matches with Western Sydney using the ground to play a number of their home matches.