You do when the ar&%hole Broncos put the ‘away’ supporters in a triangular corner bay in SE corner behind the dead-ball line.
On the proposed new stadium, I would think only if no public funding is involved. Whilst the new/renovated stadiums are great for the fans, there has to be a limit to how much public money is put into sports stadiums for elite events. Penrith Stadium is used for NRL only 12 times a year, and for little else. Even if an A-League team were to use it, it still would be used maybe on average every second week of the year. I think that pressure will mount to have Panthers games at Bankwest at some point.
If the main purpose of the venue is other (non-Sport) events, and the possibility for NRL/A-League/ARU(??) events is being used to justify the proposal, then I suggest if the venue cannot justify itself otherwise, then it cannot justify itself.
For indoor entertainment, the new West HQ ‘Sydney Coliseum’ will provide a 2,000 seat venue, which is likely more in line with events that will be in Western Sydney. Panthers are building a new convention centre, which will presumably attract events on a larger scale than the existing marquee. I realise that details need to be kept vague at this time, but I’m not understanding the target events. Where will the venue sit in terms of concerts for example between new Alliance & ANZ for ‘stadium’ events, & ICC and Qudos for indoor events?
If some consortium wants to finance a venue at their risk, then go for it.