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Mount Smart Stadium

Mount Smart Stadium
Stadium information
Former namesEricsson Stadium (1995 2006)
Location2 Beasley Avenue, Penrose, New Zealand
Broke ground1965
OwnerAuckland Council
OperatorAuckland Council
CapacityRugby League / Rugby union / Soccer: 30,000
Concerts: 47,000
TenantsNew Zealand Warriors (NRL) / (SL) (1995-present)
Football Kingz (NSL) (1999-2004)
Counties Manukau Rugby Union (ITM Cup) (2006-08)
1990 Commonwealth Games

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Mt Smart Stadium, formerly Ericsson Stadium, is a stadium in Auckland, New Zealand. It is the home ground of National Rugby League team, the New Zealand Warriors. Built within the quarried remnants of the Mount Smart volcanic cone, it is located 10 kilometres south of the city centre, in the suburb of Penrose.

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Cowboys go back-to-back after scare - The Age Tweet this news
The Age--The Kiwi side was hit with a $3000 fine for being three minutes late onto the -Mt Smart Stadium- field to face the Sydney Roosters last Saturday night, and a $2000 fine for trainer Ruben Wiki manhandling a player. Michael Oldfield, Michael Robert - Date : Sat, 16 Apr 2011 14:38:56 GMT+00:00
Fisiiahi to stay at Warriors for a while yet - Radio New Zealand Tweet this news
Radio New Zealand--The Warriors new player Glen Fisiiahi has marked his return to the starting side by committing to a four-year contract keeping him at -Mount Smart Stadium- until the end of the 2015 season. And in a double signing announcement by the Na - Date : Tue, 29 Mar 2011 17:17:25 GMT+00:00
Auckland's parks to be smoke-free - MSN NZ News Tweet this news
MSN NZ News--The move will see the regional parks join a growing number of outdoor facilities that have banned smoking including Auckland Zoo, -Mt Smart Stadium-, Eden Park and playgrounds, skate parks and sports fields used by children in Manukau and Wai - Date : Thu, 07 Apr 2011 03:22:00 GMT+00:00
Prop Russell Packer dropped by coach Cleary - Tweet this news has largely rewarded the team for an improved performance in Taupo, though he warns better will be needed against the Roosters, last year's beaten finalists, who come to -Mt Smart Stadium- off a devastating 24-6 win over Benji Mar - Date : Thu, 07 Apr 2011 08:22:00 GMT+00:00
Junior Warriors bring Hurrell into centres - World of Rugby League Tweet this news
World of Rugby League--The 19-year-old has been named to play in the centres in the club's fifth-round match against the Sydney Roosters at -Mount Smart Stadium- on Saturday. The rugby union convert was originally selected to play for 2010 NYC premie - Date : Thu, 07 Apr 2011 00:03:50 GMT+00:00
Dragons facing a dour struggle - Herald Sun Tweet this news
Herald Sun--FORGET about thrills, both sides will be more concerned with eliminating the spills when the winless Warriors face the stumbling St George Illawarra Dragons at -Mt Smart Stadium- tomorrow afternoon. The defending premiers aren't exactly k - Date : Fri, 25 Mar 2011 13:03:59 GMT+00:00
Warriors need a good game before a good result - Radio New Zealand Tweet this news
Radio New Zealand--Since entering the league in 1995 the Warriors have never lost their opening four matches - but they have won just two of 12 matches played in New Zealand outside of -Mt Smart Stadium-. The match in Taupo is a home game for the Sharks.- - Date : Thu, 31 Mar 2011 19:08:18 GMT+00:00
Cowboys crow as upsets continue - NRL.COM Tweet this news
NRL.COM--“Every win you get in this competition, you've got to earn and it's a pretty big deal,” said Warriors coach Ivan Cleary after a 25-12 loss to St George Illawarra at -Mt Smart Stadium- on Sunday. “We haven't got one yet.” Th - Date : Tue, 29 Mar 2011 00:05:49 GMT+00:00
Warriors recall Maloney for Dragons clash - TVNZ Tweet this news
TVNZ--James Maloney returns from a one-match suspension in the only major change to the Warriors' line-up for their third-round NRL clash against the St George Illawarra Dragons at -Mount Smart Stadium- on Sunday. In their first match of the 2011 sea - Date : Tue, 22 Mar 2011 02:45:12 GMT+00:00
NRL: Eden Park calls to Warriors - New Zealand Herald Tweet this news
New Zealand Herald--Photo / Dean Purcell -Mt Smart Stadium- is to remain the home of the Warriors - but league probably hasn't seen the last of Eden Park. Playing matches at the upgraded home of rugby next season hadn't yet been considered, howe - Date : Fri, 25 Mar 2011 16:32:41 GMT+00:00

New Zealand Warriors

The ClubHistory * Records * Players * Honours * Coaches * Representatives * Results
Home GroundsMt Smart Stadium
Important FiguresPeter "The Mad Butcher" Leitch * Stacey Jones
LeagueARL * SL * NRL
Premierships (0)
Seasons (16)
1995 * 1996 * 1997 * 1998 * 1999 * 2000 * 2001 * 2002 * 2003 * 2004
2005 * 2006 * 2007 * 2008 * 2009 * 2010 * 2011 * 2012 * 2013 * 2014
Other CompetitionsNational Youth Competition

Stadiums in the National Rugby League

New South WalesANZ Stadium * Brookvale Oval * Campbelltown Stadium * CUA Stadium * EnergyAustralia Stadium * Leichhardt Oval * Parramatta Stadium * Sydney Football Stadium * Toyota Stadium * WIN Jubilee Oval * WIN Stadium
QueenslandDairy Farmers Stadium * Skilled Park * Suncorp Stadium
VictoriaAAMI Park
ACTCanberra Stadium
New ZealandMt Smart Stadium
Semi-Permanent GroundsAdelaide Oval * AMI Stadium * Bluetongue Stadium * Etihad Stadium * nib Stadium * Sydney Cricket Ground
Former GroundsBelmore Sports Ground * Carrara Stadium * Cazaly's Stadium * Hindmarsh Stadium * North Sydney Oval * Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre * Seagulls Stadium * Seiffert Oval * WACA Ground * Olympic Park Stadium

Commonwealth Games stadia

Hamilton, 1930 * London, 1934 * Sydney, 1938 * Auckland, 1950 * Vancouver, 1954 * Cardiff, 1958 * Perth, 1962 * Kingston, 1966 * Edinburgh, 1970 * Christchurch, 1974 * Edmonton, 1978 * Brisbane, 1982 * Edinburgh, 1986 * Auckland, 1990 * Victoria, 1994 * Kuala Lumpur, 1998 * Manchester, 2002 * Melbourne, 2006 * New Delhi, 2010 * Glasgow, 2014

D1NZ Locations

Current (2008)Christchurch * Feilding * Taupo * Hamilton * Pukekohe

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