How to get thereAddressRotorua International Stadium, Devon Street West, RotoruaWalkingThe Rotorua International Stadium is just a 20-minute walk from downtown Rotorua and the hub of Rotorua's accommodation facilities.Public TransportRotorua has an excellent public transportation network. The majority of bus services leave from the i-SITE Tourism Rotorua Visitor Information and Travel Centre in Fenton Street.CarLocated just a five-minute drive from the city centre, the stadium is easily accessible by car. Parking is available via Malfroy and Devon Streets. Alternatively a Park and Ride service operates from the city centre to the Stadium.Disabled parking in North car park with disabled access via Gate 2Match ScheduleFiji v Namibia, Saturday September 10Samoa v Namibia, Wednesday September 14Ireland v Russia, Sunday September 25The StadiumCapacity: 26,000Rotorua International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located on Devon Street West in Westbrook suburb of Rotorua, New Zealand. It is currently used mostly for rugby union and rugby league matches, being one of two home stadiums for the Bay of Plenty Rugby Union (the other being Baypark Stadium in Tauranga).The stadium was originally built in 1911, and renovated several times since. The stadium features a covered stand seating up to 4,000 with uncovered seating area on the western side of the field.The Rotorua International Stadium has held many events in its time including acts from New Zealand opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to UB40, the Raggamuffin Music Festival and has hosted the RWC 1987 Bronze Final, along with other test matches and British and Irish Lions matches.