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Question 1: They played their last game there on round 25, 29th of August 2009, winning 38-4 against the ________.
Club ANZAC GameFoundation Cup2009 Sydney Roosters seasonSydney Roosters

Question 2: The stadium has hosted several rugby league international matches and was home from 1998 to 2009 to the ________.
National Rugby LeagueBrisbane BroncosMelbourne StormNews Corporation

Question 3: The stadium has hosted several rugby union international matches and was home to the ________ in 2007.
Reds (Super rugby team)New South Wales WaratahsMelbourne RebelsMelbourne Rebels (ARC)

Question 4: On 4 March 2008, it was reported that ________ club president Eddie McGuire was attempting to take over the stadium and use the facilities as a training ground for his Collingwood team[2].
HurlingRec footyAustralian rules footballInternational rules football

Question 5: ________ will follow the Victory out in 2010, and both will move into the new stadium.
Melbourne StormNews CorporationBrisbane BroncosNational Rugby League

Question 6: Olympic Park was the first[1] stadium in ________ to be recognised officially by FIFA.
BarbadosCanadaUnited KingdomAustralia

Question 7: ________ club Melbourne Victory also initially played its home games at the venue, before capacity issues saw it move to the much larger Docklands Stadium the following season.
2008–09 A-League2007–08 A-League2009–10 A-LeagueA-League

Question 8: The stadium also held FIFA World Cup qualification matches, ________ matches, and group matches of the 1956 Olympics football competition.
1981 FIFA World Youth Championship1999 FIFA World Youth Championship1993 FIFA World Youth Championship squads1993 FIFA World Youth Championship

Question 9: Olympic Park Stadium is a multi-purpose outdoor stadium located on Olympic Boulevard in inner ________.
SydneyMelbourne City CentreDarwin, Northern TerritoryMelbourne

Question 10: [1] The stadium currently plays host to athletics, having previously been the home of rugby league side, ________.
Melbourne StormNational Rugby LeagueBrisbane BroncosNews Corporation







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