Rotorua International Stadium
Originally built in 1911, the Rotorua International Stadium is able to host a variety of events, both large and small, and has the capacity to hold up to 20,000 spectators. The stadium has played host to local and international sporting events, such as the British & Irish Lions tour, Rugby World Cup, Mitre10 Cup, NRL, and festivals and events such as the Raggamuffin and the Searchlight Military Tattoo.
Located in the suburb of Westbrook, just a seven minute drive from the heart of downtown Rotorua; the iconic Rotorua International Stadium offers extensive car parking and can cater for all types of sporting, concert and festival events.
The stadium's main field has TV broadcast-quality floodlights to accommodate night events with an 8m x 2m LED scoreboard. Its sister ground, Field 2, has training lights and a full-size grassed athletic track. The grandstand's top level includes two lounges and two corporate boxes whilst the media tower has four separate rooms and a tower roof balcony, which provides a prime camera location.