Discussing :: Win a double pass to Eden Park's corporate lounge

Eden Park, stage for many of New Zealand’s greatest sporting moments, is Celebrating it’s Centenary with a Public Open Day on Feb 10, from 10am-3pm! People can walk around the number 1 field or get involved in activities with representatives from the Black Caps, Warriors, Blues, Northern Mystics, Auckland Cricket and Auckland Hockey. There will be musical entertainment, food stalls and heaps of free fun for kids - giant snakes and ladders, bouncy castles face painters etc.People will also be able to go into the All Blacks changing rooms and coaches boxes or even get their photo taken with the Rugby World Cup! Come on down and help Eden... read full article


Favourite memory sitting watching just an ordinary game and getting such a buzz from all the spectator energy around me and admiring the mumsie ladies all wrapped up against the cold who clearly turned out every week. I thought "This is real New Zealand and these are real Kiwis"


my favorite memory at eden park is being there with my brother and father when i was 11. it was 1989 and the all blacks were playing the wallabies for the bledisloe cup.

David campese was in the end zone waiting for a goal conversion when i yelled out and called him a wussy Which i thought at the time was a more then sufficient sledging..

After the match my brother and i jumped the barricades on the east stands and ran out onto the field along with the multitude of other children there and swarmed the players getting autographs or just even to try get near them and give out high fives..

The days when they allowed people to come out onto the field was a special time for us as children.. fond memories..


When i first came to .nz to live 40 years ago, my new chubby took me to Eden park to watch the rugby, when he was a boy he played in one of the schoolboy games, it was lovely to be sat there making his memory part of my new life here


Like so many before me I have never been to Eden Park, sad!


My favourite memory at Eden Park was in 2004 with my dad when we went to see the Black Caps versus South Africa, it was the second test at Eden Park. Scott Styris scored a stunning century, and the Black Caps won. It was there first win against South Africa on home soil after 13 attempts, so that made it an even more amazing day/memory to be a part of.


It was a behind the scenes tour of Eden Park, which was really awesome. I haven't been to an actual game at Eden Park yet, but I would more than anything love to see the ODI between the Black Caps and England. Or any other match.

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