Talks are underway about the potential construction of a 20,000-seat stadium inside the Brisbane Showgrounds that could host Lions games for up to four years, reports The Courier-Mail.
Brisbane will require a temporary new home ground for the 2026 season onwards, as the Gabba undergoes a $1 billion redevelopment in time for the 2032 Olympics.
Chief executive of the RNA, who own the Showgrounds and put on the Royal Queensland Show (or Ekka), Brendan Christou said discussions had begun with Stadiums Queensland and the Lions.
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