Seddon Park is a cricket ground in Hamilton, the 4th largest city in New Zealand and is renowned for its "Village Green" setting, affording a picnic atmosphere for spectators. It is the 4th largest Cricket Ground (seating capacity and 3rd largest 'true' oval) in New Zealand. The Stadium was named after the former New Zealand Prime Minister Richard John (King Dick) Seddon.
It has also been known as Trust Bank Park, WestpacTrust Park and Westpac Park. In 2006, Westpac Trust Bank NZ decided to end its sponsorship of a number of different sporting events and grounds in New Zealand and the stadium has reverted to its original name of Seddon Park starting in the 2006/2007 season.
Seddon Park is round. Originally outfitted for cricket, Seddon Park is a well-grassed stadium with a centre block of 9 pitches, running approximately North/South. These are usually very good batting tracks. There is an embankment going around three-quarters of the perimeter and, outside this embankment is a tall hedgerow. Seddon Park has a flexible stadium environment that can be modified to fit-for-purpose. The ground has been used for hockey, rugby and rugby league matches.