By Chris Georgakopoulos
September 30, 2014 - Canterbury-Bankstown Express
THOUSANDS of Bulldogs fans descended on Belmore on Saturday night after the club booked its place in the NRL grand final.
Now the club will return to its traditional home next seasons as part of its 80th anniversary celebrations.
Bulldogs chief executive Raelene Castle said the club would host an official NRL game at Belmore Sportsground in 2015.
It will be the first Bulldogs game at the ground since 1998, with tickets only available to full club members.
"The excitement in the streets of Belmore last night, and today, really highlights how much the Bulldogs mean to this community," Castle said on Sunday.
"I'm thrilled to announce that we're bringing a game back to Belmore as part of our 80th anniversary celebrations.
"So many of the legendary games played at Belmore Sportsground inspired generations of fans, and it'll be a great day for the Bulldogs to see (the ground) come to life again."