Attending a game at FMG Stadium Waikato
If you are attending a rugby game or other event at FMG Stadium Waikato you will find everything you need to know right here.
We recommend that you check out FMG Stadium Waikato's conditions of entry for Chiefs, Mitre 10 Cup games and Test Matches.
The conditions of entry affects the food, beverages and other items that you can bring into the venue, so check them out prior to the match so that you only arrive with items that you will be permitted to take into FMG Stadium Waikato.
Entry gates and parking
Where to buy tickets
Tickets to events at FMG Stadium Waikato are available through a range of ticketing companies, see the individual event listings at what's on for ticketing details.
Accessibility for wheelchair users
FMG Stadium Waikato has special areas set aside for wheelchair users and their caregivers. Please request accessibility seating with the ticketing company when booking your tickets. On event days mobility parking is available on Seddon Road adjacent to FMG Stadium Waikato see the access map for details. Mobility access is also indicated on this map.
Food and beverage
A number of food and beverage outlets are available at FMG Stadium Waikato on game days, they sell a range of hot and cold foods and snacks, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverage and coffees. Payment options vary depending on the outlet and mobile ATM machines are available onsite.
Recycling of waste
Waste separation bins are placed around the FMG Stadium Waikato. Please help by using the yellow recycle bins for your plastic and cans. To view our environment policy click here.
In accordance with the Smokefree Environments Act 2003, smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the complex.
|All Blacks||Offical site of the New Zealand All Blacks|
|Chiefs||Official site of the Chiefs Investec Super Rugby Franchise|
|Mitre 10 Cup||Official home of the Mitre 10 Cup|
|Mooloo||Waikato Rugby Union site|
|Super Rugby||Offical site of New Zealand Super Rugby|
|What’s On Hamilton||This is a guide to events, sports and the arts in Hamilton|