Previous Name(s): NorthPower Stadium, Express Advocate Stadium
Years: 2000 to Present
During the 2020 NRL season that was interrupted by COVID-19, the New Zealand Warriors were unable to travel to and from New Zealand. As a result, they played most there home games at the Central Coast Stadium.
For the 2021 NRL season, the Warriors will again be playing their home games at Central Coast Stadium for the whole season, with the exception of the round 22 clash against the Canterbury Bulldogs scheduled to be played at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
The venue has a ground capacity of 20059.
|Gold Coast Titans||1||1||0||0||19||19.00||6||6.00||100%|
|Manly Warringah Sea Eagles||3||1||2||0||64||21.33||68||22.67||33%|
|North Queensland Cowboys||2||2||0||0||61||30.50||46||23.00||100%|
|St George Illawarra Dragons||2||1||1||0||32||16.00||19||9.50||50%|
|Sydney City Roosters||2||1||1||0||42||21.00||46||23.00||50%|