Penrith Stadium, also known by its commercial name Pepper Stadium, is a rugby league and soccer stadium located in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia. The 22,500 seat venue is the home ground for the Penrith Panthers who play in the National Rugby League (NRL). The all-time attendance record for the venue is 22,582 in a match between Penrith v Parramatta on 17 July 2010.
Penrith Stadium has been used by the Penrith Panthers since their entry into the National Rugby League competition in 1967. Initially, the Stadium only had one main grandstand, the Western grandstand. In the 1980s, the stadium saw the construction of the Eastern Grandstand. In 2006, a joint Federal and State Government funding project saw $30 million worth of investments come to the Stadium. In the subsequent developments, the Western Grandstand was extended and revamped. Following the completion of the project, the Stadium now holds 8,000 seats in the Grandstand.
The stadium is also regular used by the Samoan Rugby League team who have played four matches at the venue since 2008, including two matches as part of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.