The National Stadium of Grenada turned into the 84th Test cricket match venue in the year 2002 when New Zealand played against West Indies. It was established in 1999. It was contracted to host matches of World Cup 2007. The total cost of the construction of this stadium was 5 million US dollars. It is adjacent to an athletics ground and a football ground. It has altered the face of the Grenadian cricket. It is famous with the name of Queen's Park and is situated on River Road, Grenada. After being reconstructed in the year 2000, its new complex was totally damaged in Oct, 2004 due to the ghostly effect of the Hurricane ‘Ivan’. It was funded by ‘People’s Republic of China’. The two ends of the stadium are D’arbeau End and River End. The total seating capacity is 20,000. It looks more like a rugby ground due to its design. Its pitch is famous for being extended towards the Pavilion End. It has floodlight facility and has hosted several day and night matches successfully. The highest inning total is 470 that was made by West Indies in an inning while Sakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh has taken 8 wickets in a test here.