Forsyth Barr Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand. At various stages of development it was also known as Dunedin Stadium, Awatea Street Stadium or Otago Stadium.
Designed as a versatile venue, the stadium is able to host a range of events including sports (rugby league, rugby union, football, basketball, netball), concerts, trade fairs and other large scale events.
It has a maximum seated capacity of 30,748 in a full sports mode and has played host to several New Zealand Warriors NRL matches over the past few seasons. Forsyth Barr Stadium has hosted one New Zealand international which was against England in the 2014 Four Nations on November 8, 2014. New Zealand edged out England 16-14 with 15,863 in attendance.
The stadium is located in Dunedin North, close to the outflow of the Water of Leith into Otago Harbour (and directly over the outflow of Opoho Stream). Its site is close to several other major sports venues. Logan Park lies immediately to the north, and the University Oval and the Caledonian Ground are also nearby to the north of the stadium.