Every year, we host over half a million local and international sports fans and patrons at matches and functions.
events. Since opening in 2000 the Stadium has hosted rugby union, rugby sevens, rugby league, football, cricket, and Australian rules matches; as well as major concerts, extreme motor cross, and wrestling events. It is the home ground for the Hurricanes and Wellington Lions Rugby teams, and the Wellington Phoenix Football team.
the 23-hectare North Shore Domain. The 25,000-seat stadium is purpose built for New Zealand’s favourite sporting codes of rugby union, rugby league and football, and a popular venue for outdoor concerts and entertainment events.
venue. Mt Smart Stadium hosts some of the world’s best entertainment acts and is the home of the Vodafone Warriors, Auckland Football Federation and Athletics Auckland. As well as the main arena, Mt Smart features an international standard athletics facility, multi-purpose function spaces and a range of community-focused facilities catering for over 350,000 visitors a year.
is owned and managed by H3, a unit within Hamilton City Council. Completed in 2002, Waikato Stadium continues to build on the proud history of the grounds it stands on. The Brian Perry Stand has five levels which are home to function spaces including corporate lounges, function lounges, the boardroom, management offices, player changing facilities, retail concessions, media facilities and seating for 12,000 for sporting events.
multipurpose stadium. Overlooking Otago Harbour in Dunedin, this fully roofed facility has capacity for over 30,000 spectators and avid fans. A world-class conference centre, Forsyth Barr Stadium is able to host educational, sporting, business, entertainment and cultural events.