Semenoff Stadium is a multipurpose event facility, providing the Northland region with a quality, well-planned and fully equipped venue for major sporting, entertainment, cultural and family events.

With a capacity of 18,500, Semenoff Stadium has hosted a range of local, national and international sporting events since opening in June 2010 including two Rugby World Cup 2011 matches, NZ Women’s Football Internationals, NZ Women’s League Internationals, Super XV Blues preseason games and NRL preseason Warriors games. Semenoff Stadium is home to the Northland Taniwha who play in the Bunnings NPC and North Force Football. Most recently the Northland Event Centres Semenoff Stadium has hosted matches for the 2022 Women's Rugby World Cup.

The sports surface is a transitional field, with a composition of couch over the summer months and perennial ryegrass which is undersown for the winter months.

Services we provide:

  • Sports Park Maintenance
  • Day-to-day care of sports fields and cricket blocks 
  • Mowing
  • Turf management 
  • Irrigation