Apia Park

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Apia Park is a multi-function sports complex located in Apia, the capital of Samoa. Primarily used for rugby union events, Apia Park is the home stadium of the Samoa national rugby union team, Manu Samoa. It is also a venue for association football.

In 2007, Apia Park was one of the main venues for the 2007 Pacific Games, hosting the athletics, table tennis, badminton, lawn bowls, rugby sevens and touch rugby events. The Park will be put to use again for an international event when it hosts the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games, as well as the Games' athletics, rugby league and tennis competitions.[1]

The venue consists of a stadium with a capacity of 15,000, a gymnasium, as well as tennis and netball courts.

The Island of Savai'i however calls the Prince Edwards Park, Lalomalava their home stadium.


  1. ^ "Samoa to host 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games", Fiji Daily Post, November 25, 2008

Coordinates: 13°50′12″S 171°45′7″W / 13.83667°S 171.75194°W / -13.83667; -171.75194