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2024 T20 World Cup venues: Facts and stats on the tournament stadia from the West Indies and US

20 nations will battle it out for the right to be called Twenty20 world champions and for the first time in a global cricket tournament, matches will be played in the United States of America.

Three of the nine grounds set to be used will be in the States with the other six scattered across the West Indies.

Antigua - Sir Vivian Richards Stadium (10,000 capacity)

Built for the 2007 50-over World Cup, the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua is named after arguably West Indian cricket's greatest player.

It replaced the Antigua Recreation Ground, where Brian Lara twice set the record for the highest Test score, as the main cricket venue on the island. Eight matches will be contested at the ground in the T20 World Cup.

Barbados - Kensington Oval (28,000 capacity)

The famous Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados will for the third time in its long history play host to a global final in 2024.

Australia were crowned 50-over world champions in Barbados 17 years ago before England upset the Aussies three years later to win their first T20 world title.

The 28,000 capacity ground will host nine games including the title decider on June 29th.

Florida - Central Broward Regional Park Stadium (40,000 capacity)

Central Broward Park is one of only two dedicated cricket stadiums in the United States.

It hosted the first game of international cricket to be played on American soil - a T20 between New Zealand and Sri Lanka - in May 2010 and has been a regular port of call for the West Indies in recent years.

Temporary seating will increase the capacity of the venue to around 40,000 from 20,000 for four scheduled group games at the T20 World Cup.

Guyana - Providence Stadium (20,000 capacity)

Another venue built specifically for the 2007 World Cup, the Providence Stadium in Guyana will host five group games and the second semi-final at this year's T20 World Cup.

After hosting six matches at the 2010 edition, the ground didn't stage another 20-over international until August 2019.

New York - Nassau County International Cricket Stadium (34,000 capacity)

Purpose-built for the 2024 Men's T20 World Cup, the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium is in the final phases of completion.

The ground is set to host eight matches at the tournament, the most of any of the three venues in the United States.

The drop-in pitches used for the World Cup will be replaced by an artificial surface following the tournament and it will remain a cricket venue.

Saint Lucia - Darren Sammy Cricket Ground (15,000 capacity)

Previously known as the Beausejour Cricket Stadium, Saint Lucia's premier cricket ground was renamed in honour of island native Darren Sammy in 2016 after he led the West Indies to T20 World Cup glory for a second time in India.

The ground has played host to all formats since its establishment in 2002 and held 10 matches at the 2010 T20 World Cup, including both semi-finals.

This time around there will be six group games played on the island of St Lucia.

St Vincent & the Grenadines - Arnos Vale Stadium (18,000 capacity)

The picturesque Arnos Vale Stadium first hosted international cricket in 1981 but almost 10 years have passed since a global match of any format has been contested in Kingstown.

Only two T20s have been played at the ground to date - both in 2013 - but it will host three group fixtures and two games in the Super 8s this June.

Texas - Grand Prairie Stadium (15,000 capacity)

A former ballpark, it was announced in November 2020 that the Grand Prairie Stadium would be converted into a cricket ground.

Construction on the conversion began in July 2022 and was completed a year late in time for the inaugural Major League Cricket season.

The 15,000-seater venue held the majority of matches in the 2023 MLC season, including the final won by MI New York and will hold four matches at the T20 World Cup.

Trinidad & Tobago - Brian Lara Cricket Academy (15,000 capacity)

Originally commissioned in 2004, a series of delays and spiralling costs meant the Brian Lara Cricket Academy wasn't completed until 13 years later.

Only five men's internationals have been played at the Tarouba venue (four T20s and one ODI) but Trinidad & Tobago have played some domestic four-day matches at the venue and it hosted the final of the Caribbean Premier League T20 competition between 2017 and 2020.

All you need to know about the 2024 T20 World Cup can be found here.

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