Stadiums worldwide open their doors for Eden Park members
Eden Park Members can access tickets and facilities of our partner stadiums
Sky Stadium is Wellington’s biggest multi-purpose facility, though used mainly for sporting events. It is the home of the Wellington Lions NPC rugby team and the Hurricanes Super Rugby team. The stadium regularly serves as a home venue for All Blacks rugby matches.
Sky Stadium is also the home venue for A-League football (soccer) team Wellington Phoenix FC and is a major home venue for the All Whites.
During the summer the stadium generally hosts international and occasionally domestic limited overs cricket for the BLACKCAPS and Wellington Firebirds as well as rugby league matches such as New Zealand Warriors away fixtures.
- Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets, Saturday 9 December
- BLACKCAPS v Australia 1st T20, Wednesday 21 February
Book online here: Reciprocal | Sky Stadium Members
Forsyth Barr Stadium is New Zealand’s largest and most versatile indoor events arena. As the only permanently covered natural turf stadium on earth, this world-class facility sits proudly as an innovative Dunedin icon.
The SCG is Australia’s world famous sport & entertainment venue. The grounds is used for Test cricket, One Day International cricket, Twenty20 cricket and Australian rules football, as well as some rugby league football and rugby union matches.
The Gabba is an icon of the Brisbane landscape and is the home ground for the Brisbane Lions AFL team and the Queensland Bulls state cricket team. The 42,000 seat stadium boasts unrestricted views of the oval playing surface from all areas making it ideal to host international sporting and entertainment events.
A city that lives and breathes sport and loves world-class entertainment needs a quality major-events stadium in the geographical heart of the metropolis: Stadium Australia.
The Oval, currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Kia Oval, is an international cricket ground in Kennington, in the London Borough of Lambeth, South London. The Oval has been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket Club since it was opened in 1845. It was the first ground in England to host international Test cricket in September 1880. The final Test match of the English season is traditionally played there.