The Adelaide Crows haven taken the next steps towards a brand new $65 million facility in North Adelaide.
The club has presented to the City of Adelaide council updated plans for a sports, aquatic and community centre on the current site of the Adelaide Aquatic Centre on the Adelaide Parklands on Jeffcott Road.
The site would become the new training and administration base of the Crows who are looking to move away from their existing home at West Lakes.
Crows CEO Andrew Fagan presented to the council on Tuesday night.
“We wish to relocate our training and administration from West Lakes to the city of Adelaide, in part to strengthen the connection with the city and the club,” Fagan said.
“Also, we'd like to be more centrally located within metropolitan Adelaide and to enhance the delivery of club and community services and programs, as well as more effectively to engage with our large fan base on a much more frequent basis.”
The council voted to release the concept out for public consultation, following a lengthy debate. It is understood the Federal Government has pledged $15 million to the development of the facility.
See some of the plans below: