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Inaugurated on 15 July 2010, Delhi University Stadium will host Rugby Sevens. The state-of-the-art stadium, spread over an area of 10,000 metres, will also serve as the training venue for Netball, Boxing, Women's Wrestling and Athletics during the Games.
The stadium has unique features like auto-sprinkling technology, underground drainage system, ozone system for air-freshening, a low power consuming air-conditioning system and lush natural grass to facilitate a thrilling Rugby competition.
|Competition Arena||Bermuda Princess 77 Grass – 120 m x 70 m|
|Competition Date||11-12 October 2010|
|Entry Gate Numbers||6A and 6B|
|Distance from Games Village||16 Km|
|Orientation – North South|
|Insulated roofing system|
|Rain water harvesting|
|Sewerage treatment plant|
|Providing VRF system for grand stand building (HVAC system)|
|Use of ozone system (at main venue and Netball training venue’s HVAC system) to have bacteria and microbes free environment thus reducing the net tonnage of air conditioning required|
|Landscaping with plantation of trees having good dust, noise and gaseous pollutant absorbing quality|
|Use of silent type DG sets using low sulphur diesel oil|
|Use of dry type transformers|
|Use of structural glazing/glass for natural light|
|Hi-tech Irrigation system for field of play having facility of collecting the water which passes through the root zone of the grass, for re-use after treatment|
|Use of recycled water for HVAC, horticulture and flushing|
|Glazing with double low E-glass|
|Spectators may avail of Delhi Metro services from any part of Delhi NCR to reach Vishwavidyalay Metro Station and further walk down a distance of 100 metres approximately to reach Gate Numbers 6A and 6B of the venue|