This page highlights the Bearcats current and proposed facilities. 

HOME GAMES: The Bearcats play our home games at the Port Adelaide Recreation Centre (50 St Vincent Street, Port Adelaide). The three-court indoor Stadium (pictured below) is owned by the Port Adelaide-Enfield Council and is leased to Basketball SA. The stadium is used seven days a week for basketball of all sorts - from NBL1 and District games to school and social basketball. You'll always find a game or training on at Port Adelaide so come in and have a look.


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TRAINING: With limited access to the Port Adelaide Recreation Centre during the week because of games, the Bearcats train at a range of facilities in Adelaide's western suburbs. Training venues include the two-court Lefevre Community Stadium at Osborne and up to eight different single-court High School and Primary School gyms.

PROPOSED TRAINING FACILITY AT ALBERTON: The Bearcats have received a generous offer from the Port Adelaide Football Club (PAFC) to use a proposed new two-court facility at Alberton for club training if it is built. The PAFC is now seeking Council approval and State and Federal Government support for the facility build, which will be part of a major club redevelopment at Alberton Oval. The facility would help fill a major court shortage in the western suburbs and assist us to consolidate much of our training from single court gyms and to expand and improve our development programs. 

HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIPS: The Bearcats have partnered with Henley High School in a proposal to develop a new Community Sports Centre at the school. The Sports Centre would be used by the school during the day for its specialist sport and other programs, and by community organisations such as the Bearcats after school hours. This proposal is now on hold as the school needs to expand its classroom facilities to accommodate Year 7s, but you can read more about it here: Henley High Sports Centre