(Photo: Artist-impression of the proposed stadium at North Ipswich Reserve. Supplied.)
Ipswich Council says it will put up $10 million to try and get the ball rolling on funding for a boutique style stadium at North Ipswich Reserve.
The stadium, would come at cost of 200 to 250 million dollars and accommodate up to 20,000 spectators in a bowl setting if built.
Interim Administrator Greg Chemello says that council would contribute one third for stage one of the redevelopment but the other two thirds would have to be the state and commonwealth.
He says the council would also need to secure licences for NRL and the A-league.
A proposal to build a $10 million stadium at North Ipswich Reserve is being considered by the Ipswich City Council.
If the project goes ahead, the stadium will accommodate up to 20,000 spectators in a bowl setting.
The facility would also include player and official facilities - including shaded spectator seating.