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Waikato Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:31 PM

Waikato Stadium is a major sporting and cultural events venue in Hamilton, New Zealand. The stadium has a total capacity of 25800. Four areas contribute to this capacity: The Brian Perry Stand holding 12000, the WEL Networks Stand holding 8000, the Goal Line Terrace holding 800 and the Greenzone can hold up to 5000 people. The capacity can be extended, however, by temporarily adding 5000 seats to the Goal Line Terrace area.

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North Harbour Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:23 PM

North Harbour Stadium is situated in Albany, in North Shore City, New Zealand. It was opened in 1997, after nearly a decade of discussion, planning and construction. Rugby is the only sport played on the main ground, as it is rectangular in shape. The neighbouring oval plays host to the region’s major cricket matches. The stadium also hosts large open air concerts. Capacity for this stadium is 25 000.

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Otago Stadium
25 August 2011, 3:12 PM

The Forsyth Barr Stadium (officially Forsyth Barr Stadium at University Plaza) is a multi-purpose stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand. At various stages of development it was also known as Dunedin Stadium, Awatea Street Stadium, New Carisbrook, or its non-commercial official name during the World Cup will be Otago Stadium. The stadium was opened by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on 5 August 2011, replacing Carisbrook as the home stadium of the Highlanders team in Super Rugby. The stadium is scheduled to host four matches of the 2011 RWC. It has a capacity of just over 30 000.

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