Naming rights up for grabs at Perth Stadium and Arena

VenuesWest has announced the opportunity for businesses and organisations to align with two of Perth in Western Australia’s (WA) best sports and entertainment venues.

Exclusive naming rights partnerships for HBF Arena in Joondalup, HBF Stadium in Mount Claremont, and the Main Arena at HBF Stadium are now available, offering a chance to become part of the fabric of WA’s sporting and entertainment community.

VenuesWest said The opportunity exists to maximise brand reach as the single partner for all three opportunities, however the variety of the offerings means a business can also secure naming rights for individual opportunities and tailor their choices.

This includes leveraging the broad, family-friendly appeal of HBF Arena in Perth’s northern suburbs, the elite athlete focus of HBF Stadium, or the high-profile international events in the Main Arena.

HBF Stadium

The multi-purpose venue was built with its primary focus to develop elite sporting athletes in Western Australia I their pursuit for the world stage.

Marking VenuesWest’s first venue in 1986, the complex has since grown to be home to a variety of activities including elite sport training and competition, aquatics, health as well as concerts and events.

The venue has a known history in Perth, previously home to Perth Wildcats and West Coast Fever before RAC Arena was built and has hosted many international artists including Childish Gambino, Alt-J, Ed Sheeran and The Wombats.

Sports available at the stadium include: Swimming, Diving,  Water polo, Gymnastics, Basketball, Netball, Volleyball, Badminton and Triathlon.

HBF Arena

Built in 1992, HBF Arena is a multi-purpose sport and aquatic hub for the northern suburbs.

It is home to more than 30 sporting clubs, 2,000 fitness members and 1,000 Learn to Swim members.

In late 2017, a $24 million redevelopment providing world class football and basketball facilities to West Perth football Club and Joondalup Wolves officially opened, providing the perfect home to foster sporting success and support social sport. HBF Arena also caters for a variety of other sports including hockey, netball, rugby, athletics, tennis, volleyball, badminton, and soccer.

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