The ‘city of sails’ is where sparkling water and lush landscape meet city life. Auckland is the home of Eden Park, Aotearoa's national stadium and the site of some of New Zealand's greatest sporting moments.
Eden Park is New Zealand's largest sports stadium, used primarily for rugby union in winter and cricket in summer. It was a venue for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2015.
The ground regularly hosts international fixtures, including Tests, ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals. It first hosted a test in 1930.
Eden Park will host the tournament’s feature double header weekend that will be a history making moment for women's cricket in NZ.
ENTRY INTO THE VENUE
As per Government guidelines in New Zealand's response to COVID-19, all patrons over the age of 12, legally, must keep a record of where they have been. This requires everyone over 12 years of age to scan a QR code or sign in upon entry to the venue. Patrons may be refused entry if they do not scan or sign in.
All patrons must be fully vaccinated in order to attend the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup matches and will be required to present their COVID Vaccination Certificate upon entry into the venue.
Once inside the grounds, patrons must adhere to the COVID safety protocols. Please wear a mask at all times while moving about the venue including at food outlets and bathrooms. Maintain social distancing recommendations when queuing and in the separated spectator zones.
There will be hand sanitiser stations placed throughout the venue for patrons use.