Hamilton's Seddon Park will be the venue for 3 World Cup 2015 matches including one game for India on March 10, against Ireland.
The first ever ODI at Seddon Park was played in 1981, between New Zealand and India which the hosts won by 57 runs.
Here is your complete guide to Seddon Park (All venues' guide)
Seddon Park (Hamilton)
Being New Zealand's largest inland city, situated on the banks of the Waikato River, (the country's longest river) Hamilton has a welcoming spirit and rich history.
As a hub of the central North Island, visitors to Hamilton have easy access to iconic regional attractions such as Waitomo Caves, Hobbiton, Raglan's surf coast, New Zealand's first traditional Maori garden in Hamilton Gardens, and the historic Te Aroha Mineral Pools and much more.
Seddon Park is a purpose-built international cricket facility with a village green setting and picnic-like atmosphere in the heart of Hamilton city.
Seddon Park is home to Northern Districts Cricket, and the
ground's external perimeter provides 360 degree viewing and
contoured grassy banks that are popular
with fans, providing an intimate atmosphere.
Although the venue is predominantly used for cricket, it can be modified to fit-for-purpose and has been used for a range of other sports.
Seddon Park, 50, Seddon Road, Hamilton 3204
Capacity for WC 2015 - 10,000
First Established/Built - 1950
1st ODI - New Zealand Vs India (15 February 1981) NZ won by 57 runs
Matches (All games start at 6.30 AM IST)
15 February - South Africa Vs Zimbabwe (Pool B)
10 March - India Vs Ireland (Pool B)
13 March - Bangladesh Vs New Zealand (Pool A)