Yarrow Stadium (NZ)

Yarrow Stadium is a rectangular stadium located in New Plymouth, New Zealand. Formerly known as Rugby Park, it underwent a major redevelopment completed in 2002 which included two new grandstands, providing covered seating for approximately 9,000 spectators and associated servicing facilities for players, the media and the public. The new-look stadium officially opened on 4 October 2002 and is also known by its non-commercial name - Stadium Taranaki. The Taranaki Events Centre Trust has developed Yarrow Stadium into a first class sports and entertainment centre with covered seating for 4,000 people in the eastern stand, 5,000 patrons in the covered western stand, as well as temporary and terraced seating which gives a total capacity of 25,000. The stadium was damaged by an earthquake, with the grandstands currently closed. A redevelopment is planned to allow the ground to once again be filled to capacity.

Yarrow Stadium (NZ) Details

Location
Address
Maratahu St, New Plymouth 4310, New Zealand  
Capacity
25,000  
Seats
9,000 (36% of capacity)
Highest Crowd since 2003
12,833 - 21/05/16: NRL: Warriors v Raiders  
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
Yes  
Redeveloped
2002
Former/Other Names
Rugby Park
Stadium Taranaki
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Sports Played
Rugby Union
Football  
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