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Pago Pago

Memorial Stadium''' is a football (association football) stadium located in Pago Pago Park, in Pago Pago, American Samoa. The 10,000 capacity venue is one of the smallest stadiums in Oceania (List of Oceanian stadiums by capacity), and serves as American Samoa's national stadium. It is the home venue of the American Samoa national football team, hosting all of their home games. It is currently used mostly for matches in various football codes, such as soccer (football (soccer)), rugby league, and the territory's most popular code, American football. birth_date WikiPedia:Pago Pago, American Samoa


Portland, Oregon

Columbus , formerly known as the ''Center of Science and Industry'' in Columbus, Ohio; OMSI in Portland, Oregon; the Science Museum of Minnesota in Saint Paul, Minnesota; and the California Science Center, formerly the ''California Museum of Science & Industry'', in Los Angeles, California. The 1983 Memorial Cup tournament saw the inclusion of a fourth team, the team hosting the event, which was done to boost tournament attendance. The first tournament


Australia

in Australia. Former captain of the Wallabies (Australia national rugby union team) (Australia national team), and the most-capped (List of rugby union Test caps leaders) player in the sport's history. *Corné Krige - Rugby union. Born in Lusaka to expatriate South Africans who still live in Zambia. Former captain of the Springboks (South Africa national rugby union team) (South Africa national team) Hosting Refugees In 2001 Nauru became host to approximately 867 refugees, mostly Afghan (Afghan refugees), who were intercepted while attempting to enter Australia illegally. This exchange was one of many which were collectively known as Australia's Pacific Solution. In February 2008, the last of the refugees were resettled in Australia. Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

) left the group to work as duo and solo artists. The 1983 Memorial Cup tournament saw the inclusion of a fourth team, the team hosting the event, which was done to boost tournament attendance. The first tournament under this format was held in Portland, Oregon, and marked the first time that an American (United States) city hosted the Memorial Cup. The host Winter Hawks (Portland Winter Hawks) also won the Cup that year, becoming the first American team to win the Memorial Cup. The four


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