Ruse Park is the primary and no.1 home ground of the Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc.
The field is used for specifically for Rugby League.
The exact address for Ruse Park is 84 Stacey Street South, Bankstown (located near the corner of Gartmore Avenue, Bankstown).
Parking is available on the main entrance side of the ground off Stacey St South and inside the ground off Gartmore Ave.
A car park is located on Adept Lane – a 400m walk from the ground.
Ruse Park has underwent a major surface and drainage upgrade in the 2019-20 off season where it held up brilliantly in 2020 making it one of the best venues to play Rugby League at
Thanks to a grant from NSW Member for Bankstown Tania Mihailuk MP our club was successful in a $20,000 NSW Government grant to upgrade the dressing room and storage facilities at Ruse Park. Our home dressing room has been completely re-designed. The club has contributed $25,000 to the works largely thanks to money saved by the club in recent seasons and has since been invested back into our players.
The club has more recently been successful in a $10,000 from Federal Member for Blaxland the Hon. Jason Clare MP which will be used to upgrade the old facilities behind the goal posts into a dressing room for our female teams.
Ruse Park hosted Junior League Grand Finals in 2009, 2010 and 2011.
The first Rugby League match played at Ruse Park was on Sunday 1st April 1984.
Prior to 1984 the venue was known as Rusa Park and Bankstown Soccer Ground. It became the Bankstown Football Centre in 1984 and the outside areas of the venue where the railway tracks was known as Ruse Parklands. Since 2013 the football ground and parklands area is now known as Ruse Park.
The land that houses Ruse Park was originally farmland owned by the Rusa family who donated the land to council.
Ground: Ruse Park
Address: 84 Stacey Street South, Bankstown (corner Gartmore Ave)
Parking: Stacey St South, Gartmore Ave, Marcella St, Adept Lane
Bankstown Bulls Junior Rugby League Football Club Inc.