One NZ Warriors v Raiders - Go Media Stadium Mt Smart

Friday, 21 July 

The Warriors will take on the Raiders for round 21 of the National Rugby League. 

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Venue map

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Yes you can. Apply to volunteer for this match here. We wouldn't be able to do what we do without our volunteers! And we are always looking for as many volunteers as possible. Volunteering can be a great way to get experience for your resume, and help your community out at the same time. 

There is no general parking available for the Warriors season. There is limited amounts of parking available on the streets surrounding Go Media Stadium Mt Smart (please be aware that some streets may be closed for the event delivery). 

Local businesses will open their premises for parking during events  for a small fee.

Yes, mobility parking for the Warriors season is on a first come first serve basis. They are located in close proximity to an entry gate to ensure access is as easy as possible. The areas are as follows:

  • Along Beasley Ave
  • Overflow mobility parking: Inside the Main Carpark (accessed via O'Rorke Gate Stadium Entrance

To see a handy map of the venue please see the map above.

This event will include the following road closures and parking restrictions:

Road Closures:

Beasley Avenue - closed between 6:30pm - 11.00pm, Maurice Road - closed between 8.00pm - 11.00pm, O'Rorke Road closed (to northbound traffic from Church St) between 8.00pm - 11.00pm

Parking Restrictions:

Beasley Avenue - 5.00pm - 11.00pm

For a full breakdown of items please visit our consitions of entry here


  • For safety reasons, footwear is to be worn at all times.
  • We do not permit gang patches or gang paraphernalia to be displayed.
  • No high-visibility vests or clothing may be worn.

To see the full breakdown of public transport options visit: here.

Yes, umbrellas are permitted for a sporting event.

For a full breakdown of items please visit our consitions of entry here.  

  • Commercially prepared foods such as takeaways and soft drinks    
  • Chilly bins    
  • Cans, aluminium or glass containers, bottles or cutlery (this includes bottles of perfume)    
  • Alcohol or illicit drugs    
  • Air horns or loud hailers    
  • Furniture, chairs or stools    
  • Prams or strollers    
  • Animals (except for Assistance Dogs)    
  • Dangerous goods    
  • Video cameras and recording devices such as drones, iPads, tablets or Go Pros (cell phones are ok)    
  • Cameras with a removable lens, a lens larger than a regular watch face or cameras which may be deemed to be for professional use    
  • Selfie sticks    
  • Costume/dress-up full-face masks and helmets    
  • Large items that cannot be placed under the seat    
  • Skateboards, rollerblades, bicycles or scooters    
  • Fireworks, flares or laser lights    
  • Large poles for flags that could be considered dangerous or view obstructing    
  • Items that in the opinion of management/security could cause harm or nuisance to other patrons    

If in doubt, please leave it at home. Stadium Management takes no responsibility for goods surrendered.    

Items of value recovered after an event will be held at the stadium for 5 working days after which they will be handed into the Auckland Central Police Station.    


  • A bag no larger than an A4 size of paper    
  • Sealed plastic bottle of water up to 750ml (lid may be removed on entry) * or empty plastic water bottle up to 750ml to fill up at free water stations.   
  • Small quantities of home prepared food such as sandwiches, baking or fruit    
  • Banners, flags (without poles) and posters no larger than A3 size.