Eden Park is New Zealand's largest stadium. Our rich sporting and social history, and our international profile, is unmatched by any other stadium in the country. Every year, we host almost half a million local and international sports fans and patrons who attend matches and functions at the Park.
Eden Park has been the home of Auckland Cricket since 1910 and Auckland Rugby since 1925. Our 100 year history boasts some of New Zealand's proudest sporting moments, including the 1950 Empire Games, inaugural 1987 Rugby World Cup and 1992 Cricket World Cup.
Since the early 1900s we have hosted major rugby and cricket matches, and are now regular hosts of the Bledisloe Cup, ITM Cup, and Super Rugby games.
Most recently, Eden Park hosted the semi finals and final of Rugby World Cup 2011 and was named co-host for Cricket World Cup 2015.
Eden Park has a capacity of 46,000 seats. The Park’s capacity was temporarily increased to 60,000 seats for Rugby World Cup 2011.
The Park is located in the heart of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, and is well served by arterial roads, bus and rail. It is centrally located in the vibrant suburb of Kingsland less than 3km from the CBD.