Central Coast Stadium is situated in Gosford, located within the scenic Central Coast area, on the corner of Dane Drive and Central Coast Highway (formerly Pacific Highway).
Central Coast Stadium has earned a reputation as one of Australia's most picturesque venues and upon viewing the idyllic waterfront stadium, it is easy to see why.
The construction of Central Coast Stadium was completed in February 2000, bringing to Gosford a premier multi-functional facility overlooking the beautiful Brisbane Waters.
With a total capacity of 20,059, Central Coast Stadium has played host to many major events. These include international Rugby Union, National Rugby League and National A-League Football matches. The stadium has also hosted boxing, motorcross and open-air rock concerts as well as being the home of multitude local sporting and community events.
The arrival of the Central Coast Mariners in 2005/06 provided the sporting public of the Central Coast with their first exclusively owned and nationally exposed sporting team.
Consequently, the Mariners became the first team of Australia-wide profile to be permanently based at Central Coast Stadium.
In 2014, management rights of the stadium reverted back to Gosford City Council after John Singleton concluded his 7 year management lease on the stadium on January 31 2014.
December 31 2013 also marked the conclusion of Bluetongue Brewery naming rights sponsorship, the stadium is now being referred to as Central Coast Stadium until a new naming rights sponsor is found.