Eden Park in Auckland will be one of the venues for the semi-finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. It will be the setting for the clash of hosts - Australia and New Zealand on February 28.
Eden Park is New Zealand's largest stadium. It can house 41,000 spectators for World Cup matches.
Here is your complete guide to Eden Park (All venues' guide)
Eden Park (Auckland)
New Zealand's largest city is an exciting combination of vibrant city culture and stunning natural beauty - breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches, outstanding food and wine, great shopping, exciting nightlife and plenty of
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Auckland has been ranked one of the top sports cities in the world, with first-rate venues, a sport-loving culture and so much to see and do.
Eden Park is New Zealand's largest stadium, hosting almost half a million local and international fans and patrons each year.
Eden Park has been the home of Auckland Cricket since 1910 and Auckland Rugby since 1925. Its 100-year history boasts some of New Zealand's proudest sporting moments, including the 1950 Empire Games, the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987, the Rugby World Cup 2011 and the ICC Cricket World Cup 1992.
Eden Park is located in the heart of Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, and is well served by arterial roads, bus and rail. It is located in the vibrant suburb of Kingsland less than 3km from the CBD.
Eden Park, Reimers, Ave, Kingsland, Auckland 1024
Capacity for WC 2015 - 41,000
First Established/Built - 1900
1st ODI - New Zealand Vs India (22 February, 1976) NZ won by 80 runs
Matches (All games start at 6.30 AM IST)
28 February - Australia Vs New Zealand (Pool A)
7 March - South Africa Vs Pakistan (Pool B)
14 March - India Vs Zimbabwe (Pool B)
24 March - Semi-final 1