Warner Park

Warner Park is the first among Caribbean's 7 new stadiums for the World Cup to open. It is located in Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis. The stadium was established in the year 2006 and first one day international match was also played the same year, ODI in May 2006. It is named after the explorer of the first English colony, Sir Thomas Warner. The building of this sports ground was mostly funded by the government of Taiwan. They provided 7.1 million US dollars which makes up about seventy percent of the total cost. It is not a big ground. The total seating capacity for the spectators is just 8,000 including 10,000 temporary seating during world cup matches. The western segment of Warner Park contains a football stadium having a seating capacity for 3,500 people. In the northern part of the ground, there are three tennis courts, three volleyball / netball courts, a small-open savannah, the Harris Len Cricket Academy and at Carnival City which is used mainly for hosting several Carnival events. The first test played on this ground was on 22nd June, 2006 between India and West Indies. The first ODI was also played between these two nations on 23rd May, 2006.
City: Basseterre (Saint Kitts And Nevis)

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