New Zealand’s new stadium is set for a grand opening in 2019

New Zealand has a new stadium planned to be ready for the 2019 World Cup.

It will be built in a $2.4 billion deal signed in April with the New Zealand Rugby Union.

It will be the largest stadium in the country, the first since the start of the Rugby World Cup in 2020.

The stadium will be open to the public for the first time since the Rugby Champions Cup in 2013, with the first game scheduled for March 23, 2019.

New Zealand’s Rugby League team will return to the national stadium in 2018.

It is a 20,000-seat venue in the heart of Auckland that will be used to host the national and international team for all three rugby competitions.

It is the first of the new stadiums to be built outside the country’s traditional Rugby World Cups.