Queen's Park Oval

Queen's Park Oval is located at the Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. It was established in the year 1896 and has the capacity to seat 25,000. This cricket ground is owned by the Queen's Park Cricket Club. The End's names are Media Centre End and the Pavilion End. The first test to be played on this ground was between West Indies and England on 1 February, 1930. The first One Day International on this ground was played on the 6th of March, 1983 between West Indies and India. This stadium has the largest seating capacity in the entire West Indies. The feat of hosting the most number of Test matches in the Caribbean belongs to this cricket stadium. Various numbers of cricket matches were hosted by the Queen's Park Oval in the Cricket World Cup, 2007. It is on this cricket ground that the Trinidad and Tobago cricket team played most of its home matches. This field has also hosted many international and domestic football matches as well. It also houses a gym, two squash courts, outdoor and indoor cricket practice nets and two outdoor tennis courts. This ground also has the facility of floodlights. Since 1954 it has the grass pitch. Among the old grounds in the West Indies Queen's Park Oval is the most picturesque one.
City: Port of Spain (Trinidad And Tobago)

Upcoming Matches

West Indies vs South Africa 1st Test Match 2024
Start Date: 2024-08-07
Time- 10:00
End Date: 2024-08-11
West Indies Vs South Africa Venue
Queen's Park Oval

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