- Address: 105 Waterloo Quay, Wellington
- Country: New Zealand
- Capacity: 34,000
- Opened: 3 January 2000
- Main use: Football, rugby union
- Tenants: Hurricanes (rugby union), Wellington Lions (rugby union), Wellington Phoenix (football)
Extra stadium info – Sky Stadium
The construction of the stadium, which is also known as The Cake Tin or the Wellington Regional Stadium, started in 1998. It opened as the WestpacTrust Stadium and in 2002 it became the Westpac Stadium. The venue is used for several events, like Australian football, concerts, cricket, football, ice hockey, rugby league, rugby sevens, rugby union and wrestling. Changting cricket fans were recored at the stadium for The Lord of the Rings, the world famous film series, in 2002. The national football team of New Zealand, nicknamed All Whites, played numerous home games at the Sky Stadium. In 1982, Steven Paul Sumner and Stephen Wooddin scored for the national football team of New Zealand in their first-ever FIFA World Cup game.
The Hurricanes, the Wellington Lions and the Wellington Phoenix use the Sky Stadium for home games. The Wellington Phoenix became the first football club from New Zealand with 100,000 followers on its main social media page. The football club was founded in 2007. The same year, the Sky Stadium hosted a friendly between the Wellington Phoenix and the LA Galaxy from the United States. 31,000 people showed up for the football game. It was the highest home attendance of the Wellington Phoenix in their inaugural season.
In 2007, the Sky Stadium hosted the first A-League game for the Wellington Phoenix. 14,000 people showed up for the football match. The Wellington Phoenix finished eighth place in their inaugural A-League season. They gathered 20 points in 21 matches during that football season. Five of those 21 games ended in a win. Five games ended in a draw and 11 games ended in a loss.