Feel the Energy: Exciting T20 World Cup 2024 Brings Power-Packed Matches

SerialNewsHub Reveals: Nine Venues for the T20 World Cup 2024 Matches in the US and West Indies! T20 World Cup 2024

Get ready for the action-packed ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024! Kicking off in the United States and the Caribbean on June 1, the tournament’s spotlight will shine on co-hosts USA as they take on their neighbors Canada in what promises to be an exciting opener. 🏏🌟

The excitement begins at the Grand Prairie Stadium in Dallas, Texas, for the opening match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024. It’s just one of the three venues across the US that will host a total of 16 group stage matches. Get ready for some thrilling cricket action! 🏏🎉

Get ready for an action-packed T20 World Cup 2024! Across the Caribbean islands, six stadiums will be buzzing with excitement, hosting a total of 24 group games. But that’s not all – they’ll also be the venues for all 12 Super Eight games, both semifinals, and the ultimate showdown – the final, which is set to take place in Barbados on June 29. It’s going to be an unforgettable cricket extravaganza! 🏏🌴

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Venue 1: Grand Prairie Stadium, Dallas, Texas, USA
Capacity: 15,000
Inauguration: 2008

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 1: USA vs Canada
June 4: Nepal vs the Netherlands
June 6: USA vs Pakistan
June 7: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Venue Background:
– Originally a baseball stadium, home to the Texas Airhogs.
– Converted to a football venue in 2017 for Texas United’s USL League Two matches until 2019.
– Now transformed into a cricket ground for the T20 World Cup 2024.

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Venue 2: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, Long Island, New York, USA
Capacity: 34,000
Inauguration: June 1

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 3: Sri Lanka vs South Africa
June 5: India vs Ireland
June 7: Canada vs Ireland
June 8: the Netherlands vs South Africa
June 9: India vs Pakistan
June 10: Bangladesh vs South Africa
June 11: Canada vs Pakistan

Venue Background:
– Newly constructed modular stadium situated in Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, Long Island.
– Hosting its first game on June 3 with Sri Lanka facing South Africa.
– Highlight fixture on June 9: India vs Pakistan in Group A.
– Can accommodate 34,000 spectators, but capacity will reduce post-tournament when temporary stands are removed.

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Venue 3: Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, Lauderhill, Florida, USA
Capacity: 25,000
Inauguration: 2007

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 11: Nepal vs Sri Lanka
June 14: USA vs Ireland
June 15: Canada vs India
June 16: Ireland vs Pakistan

Venue Background:
– Established in 2007 as a dedicated cricket arena in the US.
– Hosted the country’s first T20 international match in 2010 (New Zealand vs Sri Lanka).
– Venue for USA’s first one-day international series in 2019.
– Constructed at a cost of $70 million.
– Boasts a capacity of 25,000 spectators.

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Venue 4: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua and Barbuda
Capacity: 10,000
Inauguration: 2007

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 9: Oman vs Scotland
June 11: Australia vs Namibia
June 13: England vs Oman
June 15: England vs Namibia
June 19: A2 vs D1
June 20: B2 vs D2
June 22: A1 vs D2
June 23: C2 vs D1

Venue Background:
– Named after the legendary West Indian cricketer, Sir Vivian Richards.
– Opened in 2007, replacing the old Recreation Ground in St John’s.
– Witnessed Brian Lara’s then-record 375 runs in a Test match against England.
– Hosted its first international match during the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup, a Super Eight fixture between the hosts and Australia.
– Regular capacity of 10,000, but can accommodate more during major tournaments.

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Venue 5: Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
Capacity: 28,000
Inauguration: 1882

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 2: Namibia vs Oman
June 4: England vs Scotland
June 5: Australia vs Oman
June 6: Namibia vs Scotland
June 8: Australia vs England
June 20: C1 vs A1
June 21: A2 vs C2
June 23: A2 vs B1
June 29: Final

Venue Background:
– Established in 1882 and hosted its first Test match in 1930.
– Capacity of 28,000, making it the largest stadium in the Caribbean.
– Underwent multiple redevelopment phases, with the latest overhaul in 2006 ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007.
– Set to host the final on June 29, marking the pinnacle of the T20 World Cup 2024.

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Venue 6: Providence Stadium, Georgetown, Guyana
Capacity: 20,000
Inauguration: 2007

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 2: West Indies vs Papua New Guinea
June 3: Afghanistan vs Uganda
June 5: Papua New Guinea vs Uganda
June 7: Afghanistan vs New Zealand
June 8: West Indies vs Uganda
June 27: Second Semifinal

Venue Background:
– Replaced the old Bourda National Stadium for the Cricket World Cup 2007.
– Hosted six Super Eight matches during the tournament.
– Witnessed Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga’s historic four wickets in four balls against South Africa.
– Boasts a capacity of 20,000 spectators, providing an electric atmosphere for cricket fans.

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Venue 7: Daren Sammy Cricket Ground, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia
Capacity: 15,000
Inauguration: 2003

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 15: Australia vs Scotland
June 16: the Netherlands vs Sri Lanka
June 17: West Indies vs Afghanistan
June 19: B1 vs C2
June 21: B1 vs D1
June 24: B2 vs A1

Venue Background:
– Renamed in 2016 in honor of all-rounder Daren Sammy, who led the West Indies to two ICC T20 World Cup titles.
– Originally known as the Beausejour Cricket Ground, reflecting the surrounding hills, upon its inauguration in 2002.
– Hosted the first-ever day-night Test in the Caribbean when Sri Lanka toured in 2003.
– With a capacity of 15,000, it promises an exhilarating atmosphere for cricket fans.

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Venue 8: Brian Lara Cricket Academy, San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago
Capacity: 15,000
Inauguration: 2007

Upcoming Fixtures:

June 12: West Indies vs New Zealand
June 13: Afghanistan vs Papua New Guinea
June 17: New Zealand vs Papua New Guinea
June 26: First Semifinal

Venue Background:
– Located in Tarouba, on the outskirts of San Fernando in southern Trinidad.
– Replaced Guaracara Park in Pointe-a-Pierre as Trinidad and Tobago’s primary cricket ground in 2008.- Initially slated as a venue for warm-up matches during the 2007 Cricket World Cup but faced construction delays.

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Venue 9: Arnos Vale Stadium, Kingstown, Saint Vincent
Capacity: 18,000
Inauguration: 1981

Upcoming Fixtures:
June 13: Bangladesh vs Netherlands
June 14: Nepal vs South Africa
June 16: Bangladesh vs Nepal
June 23: C1 vs B2
June 24: C1 vs D2

Venue Background:
– Located in Arnos Vale, just outside Kingstown, Saint Vincent.
– Holds a capacity of 18,000 and is primarily used for both cricket and football.
– Hosted its first international game in 1981, a one-day international between the West Indies and England.
– Hosted its first two Test matches in 1997 and 2009.

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