North Harbour Stadium

2010-10-25 20:24

How to get there

Stadium Drive, Albany, North Shore, Auckland

North Harbour Stadium is accessible by State Highway (northern motorway) and bus (via the North Shore Busway). On-site transport hubs will be created for RWC 2011.

Disabled access is available via Gates A and H

Match Schedule
France v Japan, Saturday September 10
Australia v Italy, Sunday September 11
South Africa v Namibia, Thursday September 22
South Africa v Samoa, Friday September 30

The Stadium
Capacity: 30,000

North Harbour Stadium is situated in Albany, in North Shore City in New Zealand. It was opened in 1997 after nearly a decade of discussion, planning and construction. Rugby union, football and rugby League  are the only sports played on the main ground because of its rectangular shape.

The stadium has an official capacity of 25,000 for sporting events, with four seating areas - the main grandstand on the southern side which seats 12,000 and contains corporate facilities; an uncovered stand opposite which seats 7,000; and grass embankments at either end which each seat 3,000.



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