Dunedin's University Oval is the smallest World Cup 2015 venue with capacity of 4,500. It will host 3 matches starting from February 17.
University Oval was first established in 1920. However, in early 2000s, the stadium was upgraded.
Here is your complete guide to University Oval (All venues' guide)
University Oval (Dunedin)
Dunedin lies on the central-eastern coast of Otago, extending out into the surrounding valleys and hills onto the Otago Peninsula, and along the shores of the Otago Harbour and the Pacific Ocean.
Dunedin was created as a gold mining town by Scottish immigrants, the traces of whom are still prominent across the city.
University Oval is Dunedin's world-class cricket stadium located close to the city's iconic university grounds. The stadium is spectator-friendly with comfortable grass embankments, scenic surrounds and quality facilities.
A significant upgrade completed in the early 2000s has made for an idyllic location for enjoying cricket.
The ground is the home of both the Otago Cricket Association and the University of Otago Rugby Football Club.
University Oval, Logan Park Drive, Dunedin 9016
Capacity for WC 2015 - 4,500
First Established/Built - 1920
1st ODI - New Zealand Vs Bangladesh (8 February 2010). NZ won by 5 wickets
Matches (All games start at 3.30 AM IST)
17 February - New Zealand Vs Scotland (Pool A)
22 February - Sri Lanka Vs Afghanistan (Pool A)
26 March - Afghanistan Vs Scotland (Pool A)