Tag: New Zealand

Spark Arena (spark) up Kiwis’ lives

New Zealand Aukland Spark Arena

Spark Arena in Auckland (New Zealand) has resumed staging concerts after having played a key role as a food distributor during Auckland’s COVID-19 response over the last three months. With this, it has brought (spark) back to Kiwis’ lives in a COVID-19 world, especially for music... » Read more

Eden Park spruce-up ahead of showpiece events

New Zealand Eden Park with government backing

Ahead of hosting three women’s World Cup events, the New Zealand Government has allocated an initial NZ$7.3m (£3.8m/€4.2m/$4.8m) to give a shot in the arm to the country’s sports facilities. Sports Minister Grant Robertson gave out details of the first major release of funding, NZ$80m, from... » Read more

Australia, Kiwis land FIFA Women’s World Cup™

FIFA Women World Cup 2023 decision

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ promises to be eventful at multiple levels. On June 25th it was announced that Australia and New Zealand will stage the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™. This means that this edition of the Women’s World Cup will be the first in the Southern Hemisphere,... » Read more

New Zealand stadium chock-a-block with fans

New Zealand Eden Park back with fans

With New Zealand tasting success in totally wiping out coronavirus, it became one of the first countries last weekend to welcome fans back in full strength to sporting events. The game of rugby made its return to New Zealand full house with fans cheering their favorite clubs in person. There is no... » Read more

Fans may return to New Zealand stadia fold

New Zealand Sky Stadium

It is very likely that professional sport in New Zealand will welcome fans back to the stadium fold as early as next week with the Government all set to decide whether to lift all social distancing restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 bane which has caused upheaval globally. New Zealand Prime... » Read more

Risk factors weigh heavily on Yarrow Stadium upgrade

New Zealand Yarrow Stadium

A detailed examination as regards the $50 million restoration and upgrade of the earthquake-prone Yarrow Stadium at New Plymouth in New Zealand has disclosed that it carries a high degree of risk. The 25,000-capacity facility is said to be the third best rugby stadium on this planet. The primary... » Read more

Upcoming New Zealand sports hub set to hold all the aces

New Zealand Wellington Sports Campus

To portray the New Zealand Campus of Innovation and Sport (NZCIS) as a global leader in innovation and high performance sports, a new indoor sporting facility construction is underway the price tag of which stands at $30 million. As per its developers, the venue is being constructed as part of an... » Read more

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