Australia announced on Friday that it will spend 7 billion Australian dollars (about 4.5 billion euros) on infrastructure for the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane, in particular to build a 17,000-seat stadium. Queensland will inject A$2.7 billion into the redevelopment of the iconic Brisbane Cricket Ground, also nicknamed “The Gabba”, which will increase its capacity from 8,000 to 50,000 seats.
In addition, downtown Brisbane will be provided with a new 17,000-seat indoor stadium, valued at A$2.5 billion, funded by the Federal Government. The $1.87 billion in state and federal grants will go towards 16 new or upgraded sites.
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Queensland Premier Anastasia Blaszczuk said 80% of the gaming infrastructure was already in place. “It is clear that we must do our part, not only to organize the best games, but also to leave a lasting legacy for Queensland and everyone who visits this great state.Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said at a news conference.
There will be others,” the Australian leader said.Milestonesby 2032.It will make a huge difference to our economy, our way of life, and the way Australia is viewed around the world, which is why it is important that we get it right. And I am convinced that this is what we didhe said again.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded the 2032 Games to Brisbane in July 2021. The Queensland capital benefits from the memory left by the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne and then that of Sydney in 2000, which is still considered one of the most successful Olympic editions, both in terms of atmosphere or regulation.
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