Macarthur FC returning to Campbelltown Stadium

Macarthur FC at Campbelltown Stadium last year. Picture: Simon Bennett
Macarthur FC at Campbelltown Stadium last year. Picture: Simon Bennett

The Bulls are back in town.

Macarthur FC have confirmed they will return to Campbelltown Stadium for their match against the Newcastle Jets on Sunday, December 19.

The team moved their first two home games away from the Leumeah ground after the deeming the condition of the ground not to be up to playing standard.

"Following a site inspection at Campbelltown Stadium [on Tuesday], we are pleased to confirm that our home match against Newcastle Jets will be played at Campbelltown Stadium," the club said in a statement.

"A-Leagues has deemed the pitch is now at a standard suitable for professional football, after significant remediation work.

"We look forward to welcoming Bulls members and fans for our next home match as we take on the Jets, kick off 4.05pm.

"Tickets will be available for purchase this Friday afternoon."

The Bulls announced in late November that they and A-League officials found the Campbelltown Stadium surface was "not at an acceptable standard that is safe for players, staff and match officials".

Macarthur FC is currently on top of the competition ladder after recording two wins and a draw.

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