Alpine Energy Stadium

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Alpine Energy Stadium
Former names Fraser Park
Location 328 Church Street, West End, Timaru, New Zealand
Coordinates 44°23′48″S 171°13′35″E / 44.39667°S 171.22639°E / -44.39667; 171.22639Coordinates: 44°23′48″S 171°13′35″E / 44.39667°S 171.22639°E / -44.39667; 171.22639
Capacity 12,500
Surface Grass

Alpine Energy Stadium is a Rugby stadium in Timaru, New Zealand. It is currently used mostly for rugby union matches. The stadium is able to hold 12,000 people or 12,500 with temporary seating.

History[edit]

Before becoming known as Alpine Energy Stadium, the ground was originally called Fraser Park. Alpine Energy Stadium is the home ground of the South Canterbury Rugby Team. Alpine energy stadium has 2 main stands. Otherwise it is surrounded in embankment.

It became known as Alpine Energy Stadium in 1995, when overhead floodlights were installed for night games at the park.

Temporary site for games from Christchurch[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Timaru crowd flock to game". The Press. 11 April 2011. Retrieved 16 September 2011.