More than 30,000 fans are expected to fill the Cake Tin next month to watch the All Whites and Peru face off in the opening leg of the Football World Cup qualifying matches.
More than 20,000 tickets were purchased in the first hour of sales yesterday.
Peru haven't made a Football World Cup in 36 years and their fans are eager to see the country play on the world stage once again.
Peruvian Diego Duenas, who lives in Wellington, said the whole country would be watching next month's clash against the All Whites.
"The entire country is on this, they only care about this game. We are gonna try and make a party here for the Peru team and try to welcome them.
"For the first time I can see my country in the World Cup."
Peruvian Sally Joan Del Valle Ascarza is backing her national side, which is currently ranked 10th in the world.
She said Peruvians from across the globe were flying to Wellington for the match and they intend to make some noise.
"There's people coming from Peru, Japan, Singapore and we're gonna walk to the stadium - we're gonna have instruments, we're gonna play and we're gonna dance on the streets so it's going to be really massive.
"It's a once in a lifetime thing."
The All Whites lost their spot in the 2014 Football World Cup after losing both qualifying games to Mexico.
But that record would not stop All Whites fan Blake Weston from showing his support for the team.
Despite the All Whites being ranked 122nd in the world, they still had a good chance of winning, he said.
"I think this is probably the best team they've had in the last few years because they have a few players now playing overseas.
"A couple - like Chris Wood, and Winston Reid - are in the [English] premier league."
"We're quite lucky to get Peru rather than Argentina so that probably bumps our chances a wee bit."
New Zealand Football chief executive Andy Martin said ticket sales had been overwhelming and he was confident Westpac Stadium would sell-out in the next few weeks.
"The speed with which the tickets have been sold this time has been fantastic.
"I think last time after day one we were at about 14,000 - well, here we were about 20,000 after the first hour."
The game would be "huge", he said.
"We've got some superstars coming back to play in the New Zealand team - never mind the Peru team - playing at the top level of football in the world and they'll be gracing our field in Wellington."
The Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency said the capital should expect between 10,000 to 12,000 visitors to the city for the game.