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Manly Sea Eagles: 4 Pines Park deal at Brookvale Oval

NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones
NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones

BUYING a ticket to see the Manly Sea Eagles play at home in Brookvale? You'll have to search for 4 Pines Park when you're looking for the venue.

Lottoland signage at Brookie Oval was taken down and replaced with 4 Pines Park signs earlier this week, however the Sea Eagles waited until game day on Friday to make an official announcement.

Northern beaches brewery, 4 Pines, has been a senior partner and official beer of the Sea Eagles since 2019, and the new deal will see it become a premier partner, including naming rights of 4 Pines Park, through until at least the end of the 2024 season.

Sea Eagles CEO Stephen Humphreys said he was delighted that the club was able to work with an existing partner

"It's a winning partnership of two iconic northern beaches brands," he said. "We thoroughly enjoy working with the 4 Pines team and together, we will now take this great partnership to the next level.

NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones

NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones

"We're going to double down on making a positive community impact with one of the great community grounds in the game."

4 Pines Brewing Company began in 2008 as a small micro brewery in Manly and it's expanded into 17 venues across the country, including two other northern beaches venues - Newport and the Truck Bar Brookvale which is just 850 metres down the road from the new 4 Pines Park.

Meanwhile, construction continues for the $33.1 million Centre of Excellence and new 3000 seat undercover grandstand with completion at the north end of the ground due later this year.

NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones

NEW NAME: Brookvale Oval will now be known as 4 Pines Park. Picture: Geoff Jones

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