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Find My Seat
Our interactive Stadium map will give you a picture of where you’ll be watching the action.
Take a look at how you can enjoy the best the Stadium has to offer.
Get to the Stadium
Transport, directions and parking - let us help you.
All you need to know about what you can bring into the Stadium.
Find food, drink, ATM machines, water coolers plus more.
We aim to deliver a quality experience for all patrons including those with disabilities.
Learn fascinating facts with a behind the scenes tour that will ignite the imagination.
Get familiar with your Stadium using our interactive map.
Welcome to the Westpac Stadium Members Club.
Become a Member
Become part of our exclusive Members Club.
Making it easy for members to make event day bookings.
Premium entertainment options for you and your guests.
Whether it’s permanent or on a casual hire basis, this is your private space.
Cutting edge comprehensive menus produced from the finest quality seasonal produce.
A checklist to give you a helping hand creating successful events.
Book a Space
A quick form to give our experienced function staff an idea of what you need.
Premium versatile function spaces, looking out to a magnificent Stadium pitch.
Book our Stadium
There’s nothing like it in our cool little region – book Westpac Stadium for your event.
Keeping you up to date with information about events, latest news and competitions.
Providing news we know will be of value to you.
Gallery & Videos
Check out moments captured from past events that give you a sense of the experience.
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See how it all began with our historic timeline leading up to where we are today.
A bunch of interesting stats and facts about our Stadium.
We are grateful to our sponsors who have played a critical part in the Stadium.
Expose your brand to a national and international audience.
Opportunities for community groups to fundraise at the Stadium.
Join the Team
If you want to be a part of our team, check out what positions are available.
Annual reports and information for the Wellington Regional Stadium Trust.
We have numerous partnerships that are important to us.
Find helpful information to answer your enquiries.
A bunch of interesting stats and facts. Great for students or just those interested in knowing more about our Stadium.
Number of seats: 34,500
Number of public seats (non-members, non-boxes): 31,000
Number of covered seats: 24,000
Number of corporate boxes: 64
Bowl site size: 48,000 sqm
Number of piles: 410
Roof size: 12,000 sqm
Height from arena to roof: 26 metres
Height of light tower: 55 metres
Length from end to end: 235 metres
Width west to east: 185 metres
Width of pitch (widest point): 135 metres
Length of pitch (widest point): 162 metres
Number of turnstiles: 43
Number of escalators: 2
Number of goods lifts: 2
Number of toilet pans: 383
Number of urinals: 275
Number of television sets: 270
Food and beverage outlets: 15
Mobile beverage outlets: 9
Northern replay screen: 84 sqm
Southern replay screen: 52 sqm
Length of the concourse: 650 metres
Width of the concourse: 14 metres
Length of walkway to rail station: 680 metres
Emergency Evacuation time: 8 minutes
Carparks on site: 850
Staff numbers on event days: 400-1000
Staff numbers on non-event days: 25-50
7,930 tonnes of sand went into making the pitch.
2,800 tonnes of drainage gravel was used.
900 kilograms of grass seed was used with three different type of grass seed - two rye grass and one creeping fescue.
1200kg of fertiliser was used.
The density of the pitch is 1.4-1.5 gms per cm3
The pitch is mowed daily.
The height of the grass for rugby is 20-25mm.
The height of the grass for cricket is 12-13mm.
There are 56 pop-up sprinklers in the pitch.
The field is watered every second day
Patamahoe clay was used for the wicket.
Portable wickets are used for all cricket games.
The portables are 260mm deep.
25-28% is the optimum moisture content for cricket.
Cricket boundary: from centre of wicket is 65.7m west, 57.8m east. From batting crease; north hitting south is 77.3m and south hitting north is 78m.
If a ball is hit from centre wicket to outside the ground, the distance it travels is 98 metres.
The gradient of the grassed oval is 300 mm elevation from centre to edge.
The goal posts are 15 metres high.
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