We want to welcome you to Eden Park since we are just a stone throw away from this venue. Â We have all the juicy details when it comes to events at Eden Park…
You should know that every year, there are over 500,000 local and international sport fans who enjoy games and events at the park.
It is notably known that Eden Park Venue was the hosts of the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final, and since the early 1900’s, it has been a place for Auckland Cricket, Auckland Rugby and international events since the early 1900âs. Â In 2016 will see Eden Park as co-host for the Southern Bowl (American Football) Dick Smith NRL Auckland 9s, Bledisloe Cup, ITM Cup, Super Rugby, Football and International and Domestic Cricket games.
Eden Park can hold 50,000 people for match days and events.
It should be known that many features of the stadium have been upgraded. Â Lighting, audio visual infrastructure, ICT, Â external building materials and seating.
Eden Park is located in the heart of Auckland (3km from the CBD), and is well serviced by arterial roads.
Welcome to Auckland’s Eden Park Stadium, for more information head over to theÂ official website.
Transportation to Eden Park Venue
Public transport is a very easy way to get anyone to attend Events at Eden Park
There are bus services and trains to and from Eden Park. Â It is possible to include trains and buses when you grab your match tickets.
For all public transport informationÂ Â
Driving Directions from the Auckland International Airport
Accommodation in Auckland
The best place to stay, if you can find any availability, is at Eden Park Bed and Breakfast NZ. Â We are the best at what we do, in terms of hospitality, and services. Â We are a stone throw away from Eden Park Venue, which means you will have a more confortable stay knowing you are next door. Â Maybe places to eat and dine. Â We are in the heart of Mt. Eden located at 20 Bellwood Ave.
Check for room availability by clicking here.Â
Join the rugby championship for the Bledisloe Cup 2015: Â All Blacks V Â Wallabies
THE ultimate trans-Tasman battle will begin atÂ ANZ Stadium as the Qantas Wallabies go head-to-head with the New Zealand All Blacks in the 2015 Bledisloe Cup on Saturday 8 August.
Don’t miss your chance to be part of one of the greatest international sporting rivalries!
Source: Bledisloe Cup 2015 – ANZ Stadium
Get your tickets to the Event Here >Â https://www.facebook.com/events/1179810282034968/