Ato Boldon Stadium

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Ato Boldon Stadium
Location Couva, Trinidad
Coordinates 10°25'29"N, 61°25'2"W
Capacity 10,000
Surface Grass
Opened 2001
Tenants
South Starworld Strikers

Coordinates: 10°25′29″N 61°25′02″W / 10.424717°N 61.417185°W / 10.424717; -61.417185 The Ato Boldon Stadium, located in Couva, Trinidad and Tobago, is named for eight-time Olympic and World Championship medal winner and 1997 200 m World Champion, Ato Boldon. The stadium was constructed for the 2001 U-17 World Cup which was hosted by Trinidad and Tobago. It also hosted games from the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.

Trinidad's main athletics stadium in the capital of Port of Spain is named Hasley Crawford Stadium in honor of Hasley Crawford, Trinidad's gold medal winning sprinter at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. Trinidad's only other Olympic champion is Keshorn Walcott, who won gold in the javelin at the 2012 London Olympics.