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    First up the Westpac stadium (cake tin) in Wellington, capacity: 35,000





    Waikato stadium in Hamilton, capacity: 28,000 , 20,000 seats





    North Harbour stadium in Auckland, capacity:25,000 , 19,000 seats





    Mount Smart stadium in Auckland, capacity: 35,000 , 27,000 seats





    Eden park at current state in Auckland, capacity: 45,000



    Proposed $380 million upgrade in time for RwC, capacity: 60,000







    proposed National Stadium on the Auckland waterfront:







    Jayde stadium in Christchurch, capacity: 36,500



    Proposed $60 million upgrade in time for RwC, capacity: 43,000





    The Basin Reserve in Wellington, capacity:13,000



    If there are any other stadiums you would like to add that i have not mentioned please do so!
    Last edited by Kiwikid; 18th November 2006, 12:08.

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    i really like the design of this
    never say never...

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    • #3
      National Stadium

      Boy oh boy.

      This has been a growing issue in the news and is currently the most contentious issue in all news media.

      The choices at the moment in the order of perceived preference are:
      1. CBD Waterfront over either Bledisloe or Marsden wharf
      2. Eden Park
      3. North Harbour
      4. Carlaw Park
      5. Waterfront on the old tank farm
      6. Mt Smart - aka Ericsson Stadium
      7. Manukau Harbour
      6. Victoria Park

      As you can see there just too many choices.

      Some renderings...

      1. CBD Waterfront.








      2. Eden Park






      7. Manukau Harbour
      Last edited by kane007; 13th November 2006, 01:33.

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      • #4
        NZ Herald 2006/11/11

        Governments made its decision and chosen the waterfront, but has thrown the ball back into the Auckland court given the citizens of Auckland 2 weeks to make the final decision on Waterfront, Eden Park or they'll take it to Jade Stadium in Christchurch.



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        • #5
          Oh what a nice location, u could push the losing team into the sea

          Nice design too !
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          • #6
            Nice stadium & location. Skyline would look great if they use lighting system of Allianz Arena
            If there is a wish, there is a way!

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            • #7
              wonderful, wonderful

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              • #8
                Is very nice all the stadiums!

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                • #9
                  which is the soccers teams in NZ?


                  soi..nice stadiusm...i like the new proposal

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                  • #10
                    Just edited the stadiums. Added in some new renders and the proposed national stadium.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Vygotsky View Post
                      which is the soccers teams in NZ?


                      soi..nice stadiusm...i like the new proposal
                      North Harbour stadium is the premium soccer ground in NZ, it is the home of the New Zealand knights.

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                      • #12
                        how many teams have the NZ National Cup?

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                        • #13
                          great work kiwikid
                          never say never...

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                          • #14
                            Vygotsky the New Zealand Knights is apart of the Australian Soccer League (Hyundai A-League) which has 8 teams (including NZ)

                            www.a-league.com.au

                            never say never...

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                            • #15
                              wooow

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