Eventfinda Stadium
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Eventfinda Stadium

Coordinates: 36°47?0?S 174°44?39?E / 36.78333°S 174.74417°E / -36.78333; 174.74417

Eventfinda Stadium
Former namesNorth Shore Events Centre (1992-2018)
Address17 Silverfield Ln
Auckland 0627
New Zealand
LocationWairau Valley
OwnerRegional Facilities Auckland
Broke ground1991
OpenedSeptember 1992 (1992-09)
Construction costNZ$6 million
New Zealand Breakers (NBL) (2003-2019)
Venue Website

The Eventfinda Stadium[1] (originally known as the North Shore Events Centre) is an indoor arena located in the North Shore City suburb of Wairau Valley, Auckland, New Zealand. The arena opened in 1992 and has a capacity of 4,179.[2]

It primarily hosts community events and was the home arena of the New Zealand Breakers, who play in the Australasian NBL. It also hosts concerts, expos, trade shows, conferences, Netball, MMA, Cheerleading, Dance. It has also hosted the New Zealand Badminton Open for over 10 years.

In 2009, the arena hosted the final of the FIBA Under-19 World Championship. The final saw the United States defeat Greece 88-80.


It has hosted a number of fight nights, the majority of them promoted by Shane Cameron. The most famous fight night was in November 2014 where Kali Meehan fought Shane Cameron for the WBA Pan African Heavyweight Title. Also on the card was the Super 8 Cruiserweight tournament. The event was promoted by John Mcrae and New Zealand Sky Arena, as well as being live on Pay Per View with Sky Arena in New Zealand and Australia Main event.


  1. ^ "EVENTFINDA TAKES ON NAMING RIGHTS AND TICKETING FOR NORTH SHORE EVENTS CENTRE" (Press release). Auckland, New Zealand: Australasian Leisure Management. 12 October 2018. Retrieved 2008.
  2. ^ "Seating Capacities". North Shore Events Centre. September 2008. Archived from the original on 23 October 2010. Retrieved 2018.

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