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Douglas Field

The Trusts Stadium
Location 65-67 Central Park Drive, Henderson, New Zealand

36°51′36″S 174°38′10.32″E / 36.86000°S 174.6362000°E / -36.86000; 174.6362000Coordinates: 36°51′36″S 174°38′10.32″E / 36.86000°S 174.6362000°E / -36.86000; 174.6362000

Opened 11 September 2004
Owner Waitakere City Stadium Trust
Construction cost $26 million NZD
Architect Warren and Mahoney
Capacity 4,901
Super City Rangers (NBL) (2012-present)
ANBL) (2004-2006)

Trusts Stadium is an indoor arena located in Waitakere City, Auckland, New Zealand. It is a multi-purpose stadium that primarily holds sports events and music concerts. The Stadium was opened by the Prime Minister Helen Clark on the 11th September 2004.

The Stadium Arena has hosted the New Zealand Breakers in the past and has also hosted the Netball World Championships in November 2007. It holds 4,901 people and was built in 2004. The stadium is home to the Northern Mystics and the Super City Rangers.

Douglas Track and Field at The Trusts Stadium

The outdoor facility attached to The Trusts Stadium, known as "Douglas Track and Field at The Trusts Stadium", is a track and field facility that served as the home of New Zealand Football Championship team Waitakere United. Douglas Track and Field was home to the now defunct rugby league team, the Waitakere Rangers of the defunct Bartercard Cup competition, and has also served as training grounds for teams such as the Warriors and is the training ground for the All Blacks when in Auckland. The Waitakere City Rugby and Athletic Club is also based at the Stadium, and the facility hosted the 2010 Australasian Gaelic Games.

External links

  • Trusts Stadium homepage.

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