ICC Cricket world cup 2007 venue summary

Antigua

Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua

Capacity: 20,000 of which 10,000 will be permanent

Location: the stadium is to be conveniently built between the city and the airport.

Status: New stadium under construction in partnership with Peoples Republic Of China.

Matches: Super-8.

Kensington Oval, Barbados

Kensington Oval, Barbados

History: hosted its first Test in 1929-30 and first ODI in 1984-85

Capacity: 32,000

Status: Major upgrade to be undertaken to add additional seats, player, media and sponsor facilities.

Matches: Super-8 & Finals.

Queens Park, Grenada

Queens Park, Grenada

Built: 1998

Capacity: present capacity of 13,000 to increase to 20,000 through temporary stands

Status: minor upgrade required

Matches: Super-8.

Guyana

Providence Stadium, Guyana

Capacity: 20,000

Status: to be built on a completely new site

Sabina Park, Jamaica

Sabina Park, Jamaica

Capacity: 30,000

History: hosted its first Test in 1929-30 and first ODI in 1983-84

Status: major upgrade to be undertaken

Matches: Opening Match; Opening Round; Semi Final.

Warner Park Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis

Warner Park Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis

Capacity: increase from 4000 to 10,000 with the addition of temporary stands

Status: the stadium is to be completely renovated and rebuilt with new facilities for media, spectators and players

Beausejour Stadium, St Lucia

Beausejour Stadium, St Lucia

Built: 2001-02

Capacity: increase existing capacity of 12,000 to 20,000 with the addition of temporary stands

Status: relatively new stadium – minor upgrade required

Beausejour Stadium, St Lucia

Arnos Vale, St. Vincent & the Grenadines

Capacity: 12,000 Seats

Status: Major renovation under construction.

Matches: Warm up.

Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago

Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago

The oldest ground in the Caribbean

Capacity: 25,000

Status: minor upgrade required

Matches: Opening round.

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