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Paris at the Park – watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 final live at Eden Park, the spiritual home to the All Blacks®

Oct 25, 2023

The spiritual home of the All Blacks®, this Sunday morning Eden Park will host Paris at the Park, turning the hallowed turf into a hub for rugby fans to watch the highly-anticipated 2023 Rugby World Cup final, where the game between the All Blacks® and the Springboks will be broadcast live on Eden Park’s superscreen.

Nick Sautner, Eden Park CEO said “Paris at the Park is an opportunity to come together as a community, cheer on our favourite team and be part of history. While watching the game between these two legendary teams live in France would be great, Paris at the Park promises to be an unforgettable experience.

“Surrounded by history, we’re inviting fans to sit on the turf or find a spot in the stands to watch the game on our massive screen – which will ensure that every moment of the game is captured in all its glory. We’ll also have the replica Webb Ellis trophy on display for photos.”

“Eden Park is home to some of the most memorable moments in international rugby history. In 1987, we hosted the inaugural Rugby World Cup where Sir Michael Jones etched his name in the history books, scoring his debut try as an All Black®. As well as hosting the 2011 tournament which saw the All Blacks® victoriously hold up the Webb Ellis Trophy, I don’t think anyone will ever forget the 2021 World Cup final at Eden Park which saw the Black Ferns take their 6th world title when they defeated England.

Event Details:

  • Date: Sunday 29 October
  • Time: Gates open at 7am
  • Venue: Eden Park, Auckland – entry via Gate A and H
  • Game: All Blacks® v Springboks on the superscreen
  • Entry: Grab your free ticket via Ticketmaster. Tickets are free

Nick Sautner added “We’re delighted to be bringing this Rugby World Cup 2023 finals match to life on our massive screen so that fans of all ages can cheer for their favourite team. While entry to Eden Park is free, charitable donations can be made to the Graeme Dingle Foundation, the official charity of New Zealand Rugby, either when you grab your ticket on Ticketmaster, or in the morning when you arrive.

“We recommend fans bring a blanket or something comfortable to sit on, but to protect the playing field, no chairs are allowed! The hallowed turf is huge so there’s plenty of room to enjoy the game and soak up the atmosphere and we’ll have a range of food and beverages available to purchase.

Grab a free admission ticket through Ticketmaster.  Limited parking will be available so anyone attending is encouraged to use public transport. For terms and conditions of entry, please visit: Paris at the Park. Minors aged 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older.