Seddon Park, Hamilton

  • CountryNew Zealand
  • CityHamilton
  • Capacity10000
  • Flooditno
  • Established1950
  • EndsMembers End and City End

Situated in the fourth largest New Zealand city of Hamilton, Seddon Park has a trademark 'green' picnic atmosphere which makes it seem like an ideal picnic spot for locals and tourists alike. The Stadium that is named after Prime Minister Richard John (King Dick) Seddon was formerly known as Trust Bank Park, Westpac Trust Park and Westpac Park. It became one of New Zealand's most recent Test venues when the inaugural Test match was played on this ground between the home team and visitors, Sri Lanka in 1991. Unlike many of the grounds in New Zealand, Seddon Park is round and is originally made for cricket. It has nine pitches on its centre surface that are useful for play or practice and from excellent batting tracks. The scoreboard at this venue shows the names of all the players from both teams at all times. Apart from all these hi-tech facilities, the stadium also boasts of a very good drainage system that has been set up in the last few years. The ground has also been used for rugby, hockey and even a few live concerts. The stadium is used for One Day Internationals, Test Matches and First Class matches.

Upcoming Matches on Seddon Park, Hamilton

  • 2nd Test, England tour of New Zealand, 2019

    New Zealand NZ
    England ENG
    Nov, 29 Friday 03:30 AM
  • 3rd T20I, India tour of New Zealand, 2020

    New Zealand NZ
    India IND
    Jan, 29 Wednesday 12:30 PM
  • 1st ODI, India tour of New Zealand, 2020

    New Zealand NZ
    India IND
    Feb, 05 Wednesday 07:30 AM

VENUE TRACKER

Matches
25
Home Team Wins
11
Away Team Wins
6
Wins batting 1st
8
Wins batting 2nd
10
No Results
8
Neutral Team Wins
0
Matches Tied
0
Most Prolific Batsman
Ross Taylor
908
Runs
Most Prolific Bowler
Tim Southee
44
Wickets
Highest Innings Score
715/6
by New Zealand on February 28, 2019 - New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 52 runs
Lowest Innings Score
93/10
by New Zealand on January 2, 1993 - Pakistan beat New Zealand by 33 runs
Highest Score by an Individual
200*
by Kane Williamson v Bangladesh on February 28, 2019 - New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 52 runs
Best Bowling Figures by an Individual
7/27
by Chris Cairns v West Indies on December 16, 1999 - New Zealand beat West Indies by 9 wickets
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