|First Test||New Zealand v England, 14-17, Feb 1930|
|Last Test||New Zealand v England, 22-26, Mar 2018|
|First ODI||New Zealand v India, 22-Feb-1976|
|Last ODI||New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 25-Mar-2023|
|First T20I||New Zealand v Australia, 17-Feb-2005|
|Last T20I||New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 02-Apr-2023|
|Date & time||Detail|
12 Jan 2024
1st T20I - New Zealand v Pakistan
23 Feb 2024 N
2nd T20I - New Zealand v Australia
25 Feb 2024 N
3rd T20I - New Zealand v Australia
Originally a drained swamp, it became a sports ground in 1900. The home of Auckland cricket since 1910 and Auckland rugby since 1925, it is also the site of the infamous flour bomb rugby test between South Africa and New Zealand in 1981.
While a multipurpose venue, it hosted the opening game of the 1992 tournament, it has become more of a specialised rugby ground since with the construction of stands for the 2011 rugby World Cup creating a strange configuration for cricket.
The ground has short boundaries behind square at the northern end and straight down the ground and captains and bowlers will need to plan accordingly.
Capacity has been reduced to around 50,000 after the removal of temporary seating following the 2011 rugby World Cup.