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Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs

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Dean Pay

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Established
1934 (87 years old)

Sport
Rugby

Stadium/Home
ANZ Stadium
(110,000 Capacity)

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Sydney Australia

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Australian National Rugby League

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15 May 21 Canterbury Bankstown  -  Canberra Raiders
22 May 21 Gold Coast  -  Canterbury Bankstown
29 May 21 Penrith Panthers  -  Canterbury Bankstown
14 Jun 21 Canterbury Bankstown  -  St. George
20 Jun 21 Parramatta Eels  -  Canterbury Bankstown

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09 May 21 St. George  32 - 12  Canterbury Bankstown
01 May 21 Canterbury Bankstown  10 - 32  Parramatta Eels
24 Apr 21 Cronulla Sharks  12 - 18  Canterbury Bankstown
18 Apr 21 North Queensland  30 - 18  Canterbury Bankstown
10 Apr 21 Canterbury Bankstown  18 - 52  Melbourne Storm

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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are an Australian professional rugby league football club based in Belmore, a suburb in the Canterbury-Bankstown region of Sydney. They compete in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership, as well as New South Wales Rugby League junior competitions. The club was admitted to the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership, predecessor of the current NRL competition, in 1935. They won their first premiership in their fourthth year of competition with another soon after, and after spending the 1950s and most of the 1960s on the lower rungs went through a very strong period in the 1980s, winning four premierships in that decade. Known briefly in the 1990s as the Sydney Bulldogs, as a result of the Super League war the club competed in that competition in 1997 before changing their name to the geographically indistinct Bulldogs and continuing to play every season of the re-unified NRL, winning their most recent premiership in 2004. In 2012 the Bulldogs won the minor premiership, being the best club in the competition in the regular season, but lost to the Melbourne Storm 14–4 in the Grand Final.

Team Members
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Dean
Britt




Jack
Cogger




Adam
Elliott




Raymond
Faitala-Mariner




Kieran
Foran




Will
Hopoate




Josh
Jackson




Marcelo
Montoya




Dylan
Napa




Chris
Smith




Sauaso
Sue




Aiden
Tolman




Dallin
Watene-Zelezniak



= Player Contract years remaining
= Player Statistics available latest season

Stadium or Home

Stadium Australia, known for sponsorship reasons as ANZ Stadium, formerly Telstra Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park, in Sydney, Australia. The stadium, which in Australia is sometimes referred to simply as the "Olympic Stadium", was completed in March 1999 at a cost of A$690 million to host the 2000 Summer Olympics. Every year since the stadium was built, the New South Wales rugby league team's home games in the State of Origin series have been played there. Also the stadium has since hosted the annual National Rugby League grand final. ANZ Stadium also hosted the 2003 Rugby World Cup finals and Bledisloe Cup matches, regular Sydney Swans and Greater Western Sydney Giants AFL matches, as well as international soccer matches featuring Australia's national team the Socceroos, and exhibition games by Sydney based A-League team Sydney FC.

The stadium was originally built to temporarily hold 110,000 spectators, making it the largest Olympic Stadium ever built but still not the largest in Australia, with the MCG formerly holding more than 120,000 before its re-design in the early 2000s. In 2003 reconfiguration work was completed to shorten the north and south wings, and install movable seating. These changes reduced the capacity to 83,500 for a rectangular field and 82,500 for an oval field (making it the second largest stadium in Australia, after the Melbourne Cricket Ground). Awnings were also added over the north and south stands, which allows most of the seating to be undercover. The stadium was also engineered along sustainable lines for example with the low use of steel in the roof structure in comparison to the Olympic stadiums of Athens and Beijing.

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