How to get thereAddressWellington Regional Stadium, Waterloo Quay, Wellington 6140 WalkingThe stadium is a short 15-minute walk from Wellington's Central Business District. Join the 680-metre elevated walkway from the Wellington Railway Station that takes you directly to the stadium entrance.Public TransportAll local bus and rail services terminate at Wellington Railway Station. From here it is a 10-minute walk via the elevated walkway to the Stadium entrance. On match days a special shuttle bus runs every 10 to 15-minutes from the city to the stadium.CarVehicle access is off Waterloo Quay, however parking is limited so patrons are encouraged to make use of the public transport options available. Disabled parking, access and seating is availableMatch ScheduleSouth Africa v Wales, Sunday September 11South Africa v Fiji, Saturday September 17Australia v USA, Friday September 23Argentina v Scotland, Sunday September 25France v Tonga, Saturday October 1New Zealand v Canada, Sunday October 2Quarter-final 1, Saturday October 8Quarter-final 3, Sunday October 9The StadiumCapacity: 40,000Westpac Stadium, previously known as WestpacTrust Stadium, is known due to its shape and silver coloured external walls, as The Cake-Tin in other parts of New Zealand, although the locals often refer to it by either its proper name or simply as The Stadium. Fans of football (soccer) team Wellington Phoenix sometimes refer to the stadium as The Ring of Fire. It was built to replace Athletic Park, which was no longer considered adequate for international events due to its location and state of disrepair. The stadium was also built to provide a larger-capacity venue for One Day International cricket events, due to the Basin Reserve ground losing such matches to larger stadia in other parts of the country.Primarily a rugby stadium, it is also famous for an event that took place during a cricket match, when director Peter Jackson recorded 30,000 fans chanting in Black Speech for the sound of 10,000 chanting Uruk-hai during the Battle of Helm's Deep in the film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.