What is New Zealand House? 

The New Zealand Team will be taking over Edgbaston Golf Club for the duration of the Games – including the Club’s bar, café, terrace, meeting rooms and facilities – creating our Birmingham 2022 New Zealand House.

Within New Zealand House, live feeds of Sky NZs six channels of Kiwi coverage will be available across multiple viewing zones. This includes a large outdoor marquee with LED screen, which will also be the location of our medal celebrations and main events.

With 1000s of Kiwis in the UK, and travelling friends and whānau, this will be the ultimateclubhouse” for all New Zealand Team supporters. Wed love to have you join us.

New Zealand House will also be the base for our New Zealand Team Shop and New Zealand Olympic Travel – available for ticketing or accommodation queries or services.

Where is New Zealand House located?

Edgbaston Golf Club, 25 Church Road, Birmingham B15 3TB

How do I get to New Zealand House?

We recommend booking transport via app-based services such as Uber, or calling a local taxi company such as:

Please visit to plan ahead.

Hours of operation                                                   

New Zealand House is open 7am - 11pm daily. Last drinks will be served at 10.30pm Monday – Saturday, and 10.00pm on Sunday.

Is there parking and is it free?                                

Parking is available and free at Edgbaston Golf Club, subject to availability. Parking is strictly only for use while attending New Zealand House, 7am - 11pm daily.


Between Tuesday 19th July and Wednesday 10th August, there will be a vehicle checkpoint in operation on Church Road, before the entrance to New Zealand House at Edgbaston Golf Club. You do not need vehicle permits to access New Zealand House. Please be aware there will be some diversions in place around the city during the Games time.

What can I do at New Zealand House?                 

Come along and watch our New Zealand Team in action with fellow supporters! Our primary viewing area is outside in a purpose-built marquee, alongside several other indoor viewing areas to enjoy.        

Food and beverage will be available to purchase at New Zealand House. From breakfast to dinner, a bar menu and/or more substantial options will be available, alongside a full bar.

While you’re visiting, you can also buy New Zealand Team supporters gear and merchandise from the Information Desk inside the house.

If you need, our friendly team at New Zealand Olympic Travel will be available on-site to help purchase additional tickets or assist with any accommodation or travel query.

Everyone and all nationalities are of course welcome – however on-screen, our coverage will be dedicated to the New Zealand Team athletes in action, via Sky NZ’s live feed.

Capacity limits may apply to keep everyone safe and to ensure we can all have an enjoyable time.                                     

New Zealand House is both children and wheelchair friendly, however, please note that there are no specific children's activities at the venue.

Is New Zealand House free to enter?                    

Nau mai, haere mai! Yes – it is absolutely free for everyone to visit New Zealand House and join us as we watch our New Zealand Team go for gold. Food, beverage and New Zealand Team supporters’ gear are also available for purchase.

Do I need accreditation to get into New Zealand House?                                                 

No, you do not need accreditation to gain access to New Zealand House. This is a free venue available to everyone – New Zealanders and visitors alike.

Will there be athletes at New Zealand House?   

Members of our New Zealand Team, including athletes, will be at New Zealand House but not on an arranged schedule. We ask that courtesy is extended to athletes by maintaining a safe social distance and wearing masks around them when appropriate to do so. Athletes are here to compete and it is important that we ensure that New Zealand House is a safe high-performance environment for them to attend and enjoy.

What events can I attend at New Zealand House?           

We will be hosting an Opening Ceremony Party and a Closing Ceremony Party at New Zealand House – please join us! These events are free with no need to register, however capacity limits will apply. Coverage of the Ceremonies will be shown on screens throughout New Zealand House. We’ll have a Kiwi musician performing and free food provided by our generous sponsors and suppliers, as well as a cash-bar available to purchase a wide range of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, tea and coffee.

There will be regular medal ceremonies at New Zealand House to celebrate the achievements of the Team. With the nature of sport, these will be fluid and confirmed often within a day or so. The best place to keep up to date is by checking your NZ House emails – please sign up for these HERE

Can I play golf?                                                          

Yes, we encourage you to book and enjoy a round of golf at Edgbaston Golf Club. Please contact the Pro Shop for tee times via the main website

How do I get to and from Games venues?           

Please visit to plan ahead. We will also have general information on Games and travel available at New Zealand House.

What are the New Zealand House rules?             

Please kindly remember New Zealand House is a high-performance venue and as such, is strictly a non-smoking, non-vaping venue. We ask all visitors to be respectful when near athletes, who may still be competing, and to please wear a mask and demonstrate regular hand-washing and sanitising practices. We ask if you are symptomatic or unwell to please not enter New Zealand House or the grounds. Thank you for helping to keep our athletes safe and well.

Where do I go for more information?

If you need to know more, please contact our events team at, Sarah Thorpe at or Lis Carroll at We very much look forward to welcoming you to our New Zealand House in Birmingham.

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
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