Small update today. As everyone knows no games at ANZ - this focuses on the upcoming renovation, which is moving forward, but hard to judge whether it has been delayed by the Rona or not... As business starts to re-open and our lives slowly return to normal, Members will no doubt be aware that the ARL Commission has confirmed the NRL season will re-commence on 28 May. The NRL will be the first of the football codes to resume after the COVID-19 public health crisis, however in line with current NSW Public Health orders, no fans will be able to attend matches for now. The NRL has released its draw for the rest of the 2020 season, and Members should note that no NRL matches will be played at ANZ Stadium between now and 30 June. This means there will be no events between now and the scheduled closure of the Stadium. This is in line with the pending redevelopment of the Stadium, with the appointment of the Head Contractor for the redevelopment now imminent. Once the contractor has been appointed, Infrastructure NSW (INSW), on behalf of Government, will undertake the process to finalise the contract, which will involve a 12-week Early Contractor Engagement (ECI) process, where the final design of the Stadium and the construction timetable will be finalised. In coming weeks we expect to receive further details regarding the redevelopment, and as soon as this information is to hand we will provide further, more detailed information to Members regarding the redevelopment and the issues relevant to Members, including the process for Members to provide input into the final design of Member facilities. As a valued Stadium Member, you can be sure we will keep you up to date on the redevelopment and other news relating to your Membership.