List of cricket grounds in New Zealand

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Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within New Zealand

This is a list of cricket grounds in New Zealand. The list includes all grounds that have been used for Test, One Day International, Twenty20 International, first-class, List A and Twenty20 cricket matches. The fifteen grounds that have hosted men's international cricket games are listed in bold.

List of cricket grounds[edit]

Ground Name Location Region First Used Last Used First-Class Games List A Games Twenty20 Games Notes
Auckland Domain Grafton Auckland 1877-78 1912-13 33 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
Bledisloe Park Pukekohe Auckland 1976-77 1989-90 2 2 0
Colin Maiden Park Glen Innes Auckland 1998-99 2010-11 13 8 10 Hosted the 2009-10 State Shield final. Also hosted matches in the 2002 Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Cornwall Park One Tree Hill Auckland 1970-71 2000-01 3 0 0 Also hosted Women's Test, Women's ODI and Youth Test matches.
Eden Park No. 2 Kingsland Auckland 1975-76 2008-09 96 82 13 Hosted three State Championship finals, in 1995-96, 1997–98 and 2004-05. Also hosted Women's ODI, Youth Test, Youth ODI and State League matches.
Eden Park Kingsland Auckland 1913-14 233 114 6 Hosted Test, ODI and Twenty20 International games for men's, women's and Youth cricket.
North Harbour Stadium Albany Auckland 2002-03 2002-03 1 2 0 Hosted the 2002-03 State Shield final. Also hosted Youth ODI and State League matches.
Victoria Park Freemans Bay Auckland 1908-09 1910-11 3 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
Western Springs Stadium Western Springs Auckland 1987-88 0 1 0
Ashburton Domain Ashburton Canterbury Christchurch 1980-81 1988-89 0 4 0 No longer used for cricket.
Burnside Park Burnside Canterbury Christchurch 1991-92 1 0 0
Hagley Oval Hagley Park Canterbury Christchurch 1866-67 2005-06 34 16 1 Also hosted Women's Test, Women's ODI, Youth Test, Youth ODI and State League matches.
Old Hagley Park Hagley Park Canterbury Christchurch 1864-65 1 0 0 First cricket ground in the Hagley Park area in Christchurch
Lancaster Park Waltham Canterbury Christchurch 1882-83 2010-11 334 136 4 Hosted Test, ODI and Twenty20 International games for men's, women's and Youth cricket.
Village Green North New Brighton Canterbury Christchurch 1998-99 2010-11 31 18 14 Also hosted Youth ODI and State League matches.
Bert Sutcliffe Oval Lincoln Canterbury Christchurch 1999-2000 2008-09 8 4 0 Also hosted Women's ODI, Women's Twenty20, Youth Test and Youth ODI matches.
Lincoln Green Lincoln Canterbury Christchurch 1997-98 1998-99 5 0 0 Also hosted Women's ODI and Youth ODI games.
Mandeville Sports Centre Ohoka Canterbury Christchurch 1990-91 0 1 0
Dudley Park Rangiora Canterbury Christchurch 1980-81 2002-03 15 7 0 Also hosted Women's ODI, Youth ODI and State League matches.
Rangiora Recreation Ground Rangiora Canterbury Christchurch 2003-04 2010-11 9 8 1 Also hosted Youth ODI and State League matches.
Temuka Oval Temuka Canterbury Christchurch 1977-78 1 0 0
Aorangi Oval Timaru Canterbury Christchurch 1980-81 2010-11 4 14 2 Also hosted Women's ODI and State League matches.
Knottingley Park Waimate Canterbury Christchurch 1984-85 0 1 0
Harry Barker Reserve Te Hapara Gisborne 1974-75 2007-08 25 10 0
Dannevirke Domain Dannevirke Hawke's Bay 1992-93 0 1 0
Nelson Cricket Ground Hastings Hawke's Bay 1913-14 2000-01 3 2 0
Farndon Park Clive Hawke's Bay 1891-92 1896-97 4 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
McLean Park Napier Hawke's Bay 1951-52 2010-11 70 57 3 Hosted Test and ODI cricket matches.
Nelson Park Napier Hawke's Bay 1919-20 2010-11 10 0 0
Napier Recreation Ground Napier Hawke's Bay 1884-85 1912-13 20 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
Horton Park Blenheim Marlborough 1972-73 2002-03 10 3 0
Memorial Park Motueka Tasman 1987-88 0 1 0
Botanical Gardens Nelson Nelson 1883-84 1 0 0
Saxton Oval Nelson Nelson 2009-10 2010-11 0 0 4 Hosted two matches in World Cup 2015. Also hosted a Women's Twenty20 game.
Trafalgar Park Nelson Nelson 1891-92 2008-09 28 12 0 No longer used for cricket.
Victory Square Nelson Nelson 1874-75 1887-88 7 0 0
Cobham Oval (Old) Whangarei Northland 1966-67 2001-02 11 9 0 Also hosted State League matches.
Cobham Oval (New) Whangarei Northland 2006-07 2010-11 6 10 1 Also hosted Women's ODI and State League matches.
Centennial Park Oamaru Otago 1981-82 2010-11 9 14 1 Also hosted Women's ODI and State League matches.
Queenstown Events Centre Queenstown Otago 2001-02 2010-11 12 11 1 Hosted nine ODIs
Caledonian Ground Dunedin North Otago 1879-80 1904-05 4 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
Carisbrook Dunedin Otago 1883-84 2007-08 252 46 0 Hosted Test and ODI games for men's, women's and Youth cricket.
Logan Park Dunedin Otago 1977-78 1981-82 3 3 0 Also hosted Women's ODI and State League matches.
South Dunedin Recreation Ground South Dunedin Otago 1863-64 1877-78 9 0 0 Now called Kensington Oval
Sunnyvale Park Green Island Otago 1992-93 1 0 0
University Oval Dunedin Otago 1978-79 2010-11 24 15 13 Hosted Test and ODI cricket for men and women.
Molyneux Park Alexandra Otago 1978-79 2010-11 28 63 1 Also hosted Youth Test, Youth ODI and State League matches.
Smallbone Park Rotorua Bay of Plenty 1968-69 2002-03 17 7 0 Also hosted a Women's ODI match.
Owen Delany Park Taupo Waikato 1978-79 2010-11 6 16 0 Hosted three ODIs.
Seddon Park Hamilton Waikato 1956-57 2014-15
Tauranga Domain Inner Tauranga Bay of Plenty 1965-66 1990-91 1 4 0
Tauranga Domain Outer Tauranga Bay of Plenty 1978-79 1985-86 6 4 0
Albert Park Te Awamutu Waikato 1987-88 1 0 0
Morrinsville Recreation Ground Morrinsville Waikato 1986-87 1988-89 2 0 0 Also hosted a Youth ODI
Bay Oval Mount Maunganui Bay of Plenty 2008-09 2010-11 0 0 7
Blake Park Mount Maunganui Bay of Plenty 1987-88 2001-02 0 26 0 Also hosted State League matches.
Queen's Park Invercargill Southland 1975-76 2010-11 15 12 4 Also hosted Women's ODI, Women's Twenty20 and State League matches.
Rugby Park Invercargill Southland 1914-15 1920-21 5 0 0 No longer used for cricket.
Bayly Park Hawera Taranaki 1891-92 1897-98 1 0 0
Pukekura Park New Plymouth Taranaki 1950-51 2010-11 53 55 13 Hosted an ODI in the 1992 World Cup between Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
Yarrow Stadium New Plymouth Taranaki 1998-99 2002-03 0 3 0
Levin Domain Levin Manawatu-Wanganui 1984-85 1995-96 3 8 0 Also hosted Women's ODI matches.
Hutt Recreation Ground Lower Hutt Wellington 1971-72 1985-86 14 1 0 Also hosted Women's ODI matches.
Petone Recreation Ground Lower Hutt Wellington 1991-92 2001-02 2 9 0 Also hosted State League matches.
Queen Elizabeth Park Masterton Wellington 1966-67 2004-05 12 5 0 Also hosted State League matches.
Fitzherbert Park Palmerston North Manawatu-Wanganui 1950-51 2010-11 51 23 1 Also hosted Women's ODI, Women's Twenty20 and State League matches.
Maidstone Park Upper Hutt Wellington 1978-79 1979-80 1 1 0
Waikanae Park Waikanae Wellington 1993-94 2004-05 6 0 0 Also hosted State League matches.
Cooks Gardens Whanganui Manawatu-Wanganui 1955-56 1989-90 17 8 0 Also hosted Women's Test and Women's ODI matches.
Victoria Park Whanganui Manawatu-Wanganui 1990-91 2002-03 11 3 0 Also hosted Women's ODI and State League matches.
Basin Reserve Wellington Wellington 1973-74 2010-11 406 176 20 Hosted Test and ODI games for men's, women's and Youth cricket.
Wellington College Ground Mount Victoria Wellington 1923-24 1 0 0
Westpac Stadium Wellington Wellington 1999-2000 2010-11 24 3 0 Hosted ODIs and Twenty20 Internationals.
  • First used and last used refer to the season in which the ground hosted its first and last game. If only one game was played at the ground, only the first used date is given.

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