Greenfield Stadium (Trelawny)

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Trelawny Stadium
Trelawny Stadium
Trelawny Stadium is located in Jamaica
Trelawny Stadium
Trelawny Stadium
Location Trelawny, Jamaica
Coordinates 18°28′22″N 77°37′53″W / 18.4728523°N 77.6312828°W / 18.4728523; -77.6312828Coordinates: 18°28′22″N 77°37′53″W / 18.4728523°N 77.6312828°W / 18.4728523; -77.6312828
Capacity 25,000
Architect Hok Sve, Denver, USA[1]

Trelawny Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Trelawny, Jamaica that was completed in 2007. It has a capacity of 25,000 people.[1] It was built under an agreement between Jamaica and the People's Republic of China, that saw the PRC Government put up at least US$30-million needed for the project.[2]

It is mostly used for cricket. The stadium hosted warm-up matches during the 2007 Cricket World Cup, as well as the opening ceremony of the championship,[1] but has not hosted an official international cricket match.

The stadium has also been used by the Jamaican national football team as a second venue. The Reggae Boyz played a World Cup qualifier here against the Bahamas in 2008 and the stadium hosted group matches in the 2008 Caribbean Cup.

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  1. ^ a b c "Greenfield Stadium". Retrieved 2009-10-02. 
  2. ^ "The Greenfield Stadium Broke Ground". Kingston, Jamaica: Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Jamaica. 2005-11-11. Retrieved 2009-10-02. [dead link]