at 100 Stephenson Avenue, Mt Claremont, Perth, 6010 Australia
HBF Stadium is a sports complex in the suburb of Mount Claremont, west of Perth, Western Australia, Australia. It was opened in 1986 and is home to the Western Australian Institute of Sport. The main indoor arena holds 4,500 people (over 5000 with standing room). Previously known as the Claremont Superdrome and Challenge Stadium, the stadium received its current name through a naming-rights sponsorship with HBF in 2014. Although the sponsorship with Challenge Bank no longer existed between 2002 and 2014, the name of the stadium was retained until 2014 when a new naming rights deal with HBF was struck.Until the end of the 2011-12 NBL season, HBF Stadium was the home to five time National Basketball League champions the Perth Wildcats. The Wildcats previously used the venue when it was the Claremont Superdrome as their home court from 1987 until moving to the larger (8,200 capacity) Perth Entertainment Centre in 1990. They moved back to the stadium from the 2002-03 NBL season after the Entertainment Centre closed and remained there until the end of the 2011–12 season. The Wildcats played in four NBL Grand Final series at Challenge Stadium in 1987, 2002–03, 2009–10 and 2011–12, with the only championship coming in 2009-10. During Wildcats games the venue was referred to as "The Jungle".
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