Pratten Park is Western Suburbs’ homeground and is used for matches club training during the season.
The venue is primarily used for First and Second Grade games during the season.
Our Third, Fourth and Fifth Grade, Poidevin Gray Shield (U/21) and AW Green Shield (U/16) teams also playing here when the ground is available, including finals.
Opened in 1912, Pratten Park was named after for Ashfield Mayor Herbert Pratten.
Many NSW and Australian cricketers have played on this famous ground, including Test players Alan Davidson, Michael Clarke, Mitchell Starc, Greg Matthews and Bob Simpson.
Pratten Park was also once the home of the Western Suburbs Rugby League club and the Sydney Olympic Football Club.