As New Zealand's largest stadium, Eden Park also holds the honours of having the richest sporting and social history and international profile, unmatched in New Zealand. Located in Mt Eden, it is primarily used for rugby union in winter and cricket in summer, being the home of Auckland Cricket in 1910 and the home of Auckland Rugby Union in 194. Eden Park also occasionally hosts rugby league matches. No stranger to sporting milestones, Eden Park also became the first stadium to host 2 Rugby World Cup Finals in 2011, having held the inaugural final in 1987. It also hosted the Rugby League World Cup final in 1988. Visitors to Eden Park can go for the behind-the-scenes tour, an informative and interactive experience tailored to sports fans. The tour include access to changing rooms, coaches' box, corporate facilities, the redeveloped south stand and the historic no. 1 field.