Album: Eden Park Gets 3 Games 2014

Here we go! It had to come, just hope that they bring out a flexi pass or Mt. Smart membership in 2014<br /> <br /> The Warriors are set to play three NRL matches at Eden Park in 2014.<br /> <br /> It represents a 300 per cent increase on previous seasons and signals the first step in an impending permanent move to the venue.<br /> <br /> No dates or opponents have been finalised, with the NRL draw for 2014 yet to be made, but it is likely that the first match of the season will be played at Eden Park, if the Warriors are scheduled a home game in round o<br /> The Warriors are set to play three NRL matches at Eden Park in 2014.<br /> <br /> It represents a 300 per cent increase on previous seasons and signals the first step in an impending permanent move to the venue.<br /> <br /> No dates or opponents have been finalised, with the NRL draw for 2014 yet to be made, but it is likely that the first match of the season will be played at Eden Park, if the Warriors are scheduled a home game in round one.<br /> <br /> The other two proposed Eden Park matches would be spread across the year. The extra games are unlikely to conflict with the Blues&#039; schedule, as most of the Super 15 games played at the park are on Friday or Saturday nights, while the majority of Warriors matches fall on a Sunday.<br /> <br /> There have also been discussions around the two codes combining for a double-header weekend, with the most likely idea seeing the Blues host the Reds, before the Warriors take on the Broncos or Cowboys the following day.<br /> <br /> The Warriors are unlikely to open their campaign at Mt Smart next year, with Bruce Springsteen playing there on March 1, just a week before the expected NRL kickoff.<br /> <br /> <br /> Though much of the league community has major misgivings over Eden Park, it has provided a commercial bonanza for the Warriors.<br /> <br /> Their first game there in 2011, against Parramatta, drew a crowd of 38,412, which was almost double the highest attendance at Mt Smart that season. The next season again kicked off at Eden Park, this time in bright sunshine on a Sunday afternoon. Ne



Eden Park Gets 3 Games 2014

Updated Aug 30, 2013
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Here we go! It had to come, just hope that they bring out a flexi pass or Mt. Smart membership in 2014

The Warriors are set to play three NRL matches at Eden Park in 2014.

It represents a 300 per cent increase on previous seasons and signals the first step in an impending permanent move to the venue.

No dates or opponents have been finalised, with the NRL draw for 2014 yet to be made, but it is likely that the first match of the season will be played at Eden Park, if the Warriors are scheduled a home game in round o
The Warriors are set to play three NRL matches at Eden Park in 2014.

It represents a 300 per cent increase on previous seasons and signals the first step in an impending permanent move to the venue.

No dates or opponents have been finalised, with the NRL draw for 2014 yet to be made, but it is likely that the first match of the season will be played at Eden Park, if the Warriors are scheduled a home game in round one.

The other two proposed Eden Park matches would be spread across the year. The extra games are unlikely to conflict with the Blues' schedule, as most of the Super 15 games played at the park are on Friday or Saturday nights, while the majority of Warriors matches fall on a Sunday.

There have also been discussions around the two codes combining for a double-header weekend, with the most likely idea seeing the Blues host the Reds, before the Warriors take on the Broncos or Cowboys the following day.

The Warriors are unlikely to open their campaign at Mt Smart next year, with Bruce Springsteen playing there on March 1, just a week before the expected NRL kickoff.


Though much of the league community has major misgivings over Eden Park, it has provided a commercial bonanza for the Warriors.

Their first game there in 2011, against Parramatta, drew a crowd of 38,412, which was almost double the highest attendance at Mt Smart that season. The next season again kicked off at Eden Park, this time in bright sunshine on a Sunday afternoon. Ne

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