Sir Vivian Richards Stadium is a sports ground located in North Sound, Barbuda and Antigua. It was constructed for use in Cricket World Cup 2007. It hosted ‘Super Eight’ matches. It was opened on the 10th of Feb, 2007 and was named after the great West Indies player of all time Sir Vivian Richards. The stadium normally accommodates 10,000 people, but impermanent seating doubled its capacity for Cricket World Cup 2007. It has four towers of floodlights for better lights during night. It was tested firstly on the 10th of November 2006. The two ends of the ground are Pavilion End and Media Center End. The home team on this ground is Leeward Island and Barbuda & Antigua. 60 million US dollars were spent to construct this venue which was funded by ‘Chinese Government Grant’. The two main stands on this ground are South End which is five storeys and the Northern end. It is among one the few hi-tech venue which have underground passageways for the players to move around. It is named as 366th beach of Antigua due to its sandy outfield. It is just 20 minutes away from the St. John’s, the capital city of West Indies.