Westpac Stadium, Wellington

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Capacity: 33,500
Floodlights: Yes, 1999
Ends: Scoreboard End, City End
Home team: Wellington
Local time : GMT +1300

ICC World Cup 2015 Fixtures at Westpac Stadium
Fri Feb 20 New Zealand v England
Sun Mar 1 England v Sri Lanka
Thu Mar 12 South Africa v United Arab Emirates
Sat Mar 21 New Zealand (QF4) v West Indies

ODIs
- Played: 21
- Win by home side: 13
- Win by visitors: 6
- Win by neutral team: 0
- Win batting 1st: 10
- Win batting 2nd: 9
- Tied: 0
- No result: 2
Highest ODI totals:
- Australia 322/5  (2005)
- New Zealand 320 (2005)
- New Zealand 307/8 (2004)
Highest individual score: 156 (Andrew Symonds)
Best bowling: 5/23 (Shane Bond)
Highest run chase achieved: 254/4 (South Africa v New Zealand 2011/12)
Average 1st innings score: 216
Average S/R: 28.70
Average RpO: 4.79
Highest Individual Scores
156 - A Symonds (Aus)
111 - ADR Campbell (Zim)
106* - AB de Villiers (SA)
102 - LRPL Taylor (NZ)
90 - NJ Astle (NZ)
Best Bowling Analysis
5/23 - SE Bond (NZ)
5/33 - TG Southee (NZ)
5/39 - WPUJC Vaas (SL)
4/16 - GD McGrath (Aus)
4/20 - DL Vettori (NZ)
Record Partnerships
1st - 153 - MS Sinclair/NJ Astle (NZ)
2nd - 133 - ML Hayden/RT Ponting (Aus)
3rd - 152 - KS Williamson/LRPL Taylor (NZ)
4th - 157 - HJH Marshall/CD McMillan (NZ)
5th - 220 - A Symonds/MJ Clarke (Aus)
6th - 94 - Inzamam-ul-Haq/Abdul Razzaq (Pak)
7th - 69 - A Symonds/GB Hogg (Aus)
8th - 46* - AG Prince/SM Pollock (SA)
9th - 34 - B Kumar/Mohammad Shami (Ind)
10th - 35* - JEC Franklin/SE Bond (NZ)

Westpac Stadium, (formerly WestpacTrust Stadium, noncommercial name Wellington Regional Stadium) is a major sporting venue in Wellington, New Zealand. Due to its shape and silver coloured external walls, it is colloquially known as The Cake-Tin to the locals and other New Zealanders. Fans of football team Wellington Phoenix sometimes refer to the stadium as The Ring of Fire.
 
The stadium's bowl site size is 48,000 sq m.
 
The stadium was built in 1999 by Fletcher Construction and is situated close to major transport facilities (such as Wellington Railway Station) one kilometre north of the CBD. It was built on reclaimed railway land, which was surplus to requirements.
 
It was built to replace Athletic Park, which was no longer considered adequate for international events due to its location and state of disrepair. The stadium was also built to provide a larger-capacity venue for One Day International cricket events, due to the Basin Reserve ground losing such matches to larger stadia in other parts of the country.
 
The stadium also serves as a large-capacity venue for concerts.

The stadium is a multi-purpose facility, though used mainly for sporting events. It is the home of the Wellington Lions ITM Cup rugby team, and the primary home of the Super Rugby Hurricanes. The stadium also hosts the NZI International Sevens, one of the events in the annual IRB Sevens World Series for national rugby sevens teams. Westpac Stadium regularly serves as a home venue for All Blacks rugby matches.
 
Westpac Stadium is also the home venue for A-League football team Wellington Phoenix FC. It also serves as a major home venue for the New Zealand national football team (the All Whites), notably hosting the home leg of their 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Bahrain.
 
The stadium has also been used for rugby league matches, including national team fixtures and New Zealand Warriors away fixtures. Australian rules football exhibition matches were played in 2000 and 2001 by teams from the Australian Football League.
 
During the summer the stadium generally hosts international and occasionally domestic limited overs cricket, with the home team being the New Zealand Black Caps for the international contests and Wellington Firebirds for the domestic competition.
 
Off-field facilities built into the stadium also included the New Zealand Institute of Sport, and a campus for the Wellington School of Cricket, run by the Wellington Cricket Association.

As at January 28, 2015