Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 Stadiums
Some of the best rugby stadiums in New Zealand will host matches at the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 (playing in 2022). From Eden Park and Waitakere Stadium in Auckland to Okara Park in Whangarei, these 3 stadiums will play host to the world’s best women’s rugby union teams in 2022.
While three different Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 stadiums will host games in 2022, Eden Park, the spiritual home of rugby in NZ, will host both semi-finals, the bronze final and the final itself. At this iconic sporting arena, up to 50,000 fans will be able to pack in and watch the action unfold.
From Eden Park to Okara Park and Waitakere Stadium, some of New Zealand’s finest venues will function as Women’s Rugby World Cup stadiums in 2022. Learn more about each of these fabulous sporting venues below.
Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 stadiums in focus
Mt Eden, AucklandEden Park
The 50,000-seater Eden Park is New Zealand’s national rugby stadium.
WhangareiOkara Park / Semenoff Stadium
Okara Park with a current capacity of 30,000 first opened its doors in 1965.