List of cricket grounds in the West Indies

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This is a list of cricket grounds in the West Indies that have been used for first-class, List A and Twenty20 cricket matches.

Structure of cricket in the West Indies[edit]

The West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies cricket team are made up of representatives from 15 mainly English-speaking countries in the Caribbean, which are:

  1. ^ a b c dependency of the United Kingdom
  2. ^ a b c d e f g plays as part of the Leeward Islands cricket team.
  3. ^ a b c d plays as part of the Windward Islands cricket team.
  4. ^ separate cricket associations exist for both Saint Kitts and Nevis.
  5. ^ constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
  6. ^ unincorporated organized territory of the United States
Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Antigua and Barbuda
Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Barbados
Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Dominica


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Grenada


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Guyana


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Jamaica


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Saint Kitts and Nevis


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Saint Lucia


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Saint Vincent and the Grenadines


Locations of all stadiums which have hosted an international cricket match within Trinidad & Tobago

Test grounds[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First match Last match Matches Notes
Kensington Oval Bridgetown  Barbados 1930 2014 50
Queen's Park Oval Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 1930 2014 59
Bourda Georgetown  Guyana 1930 2005 30
Sabina Park Kingston  Jamaica 1930 2014 47
Antigua Recreation Ground St. John's  Antigua and Barbuda 1981 2009 22
Arnos Vale Stadium Kingstown  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1997 2009 2
National Cricket Stadium St. George's  Grenada 2002 2015 3
Beausejour Stadium Gros Islet  Saint Lucia 2003 2014 4
Warner Park Sporting Complex Basseterre  Saint Kitts and Nevis 2006 2011 3
Providence Stadium Providence  Guyana 2008 2011 2
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium North Sound  Antigua and Barbuda 2009 2016 5
Windsor Park Roseau  Dominica 2011 2013 3

ODI Grounds[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
Capacity First match Last match Matches Notes
Albion Sports Complex Albion  Guyana 15,000 1977 1985 5
Antigua Recreation Ground St. John's  Antigua and Barbuda 9,000 1978 2007 11
Mindoo Phillip Park Castries  Saint Lucia n/a 1978 1984 2
Arnos Vale Stadium Kingstown  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 18,000 1981 2012 23
Queen's Park Oval Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 25,000 1981 2012 65
Queen's Park (Old) St. George's  Grenada 20,000 1983 1983 1 Replaced for cricket by the adjacent National Cricket Stadium
Bourda Georgetown  Guyana 25,000 1981 2012 11
Sabina Park Kingston  Jamaica 20,000 1984 2014 37
Kensington Oval Bridgetown  Barbados 28,000 1985 2011 30
National Cricket Stadium St. George's  Grenada 20,000 2002 2009 21
Beausejour Stadium Gros Islet  Saint Lucia 15,000 2002 2013 26
Warner Park Sporting Complex Basseterre  Saint Kitts and Nevis 8,000 2006 2014 14
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium North Sound  Antigua and Barbuda 20,000 2007 2013 14
Providence Stadium Providence  Guyana 15,000 2008 2011 13
Windsor Park Roseau  Dominica 12,000 2009 2010 4

T20 International Grounds[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
Capacity First match Last match Matches Notes
Kensington Oval Bridgetown  Barbados 28,000 2008 2014 16
Queen's Park Oval Port of Spain  Trinidad and Tobago 25,000 2009 2011 3
Warner Park Sporting Complex Basseterre  Saint Kitts and Nevis 8,000 2009 2014 2
Providence Stadium Providence  Guyana 15,000 2010 2010 6
Beausejour Stadium Gros Islet  Saint Lucia 15,000 2010 2012 12
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium North Sound  Antigua and Barbuda 20,000 2010 2013 4
Arnos Vale Stadium Kingstown  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 18,000 2013 2013 2
Sabina Park Kingston  Jamaica 20,000 2014 2014 2
Windsor Park Roseau  Dominica 12,000 2014 2014 2

Grounds[edit]

Grounds that have hosted international matches are listed in bold.

Anguilla[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Ronald Webster Park The Valley Anguilla 1995 2009 14 8 0

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Coolidge Cricket Ground Osbourn Antigua and Barbuda
(Antigua)
2002 2008 2 0 46 Hosted the Stanford 20/20 tournaments and the 2008 Stanford Super Series.
Antigua Recreation Ground St. John's Antigua and Barbuda
(Antigua)
1960 2009 63 46 0 Hosted 22 Tests and 11 ODIs.
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium North Sound Antigua and Barbuda
(Antigua)
2007 2012 5 10 16 Hosted two Tests, 10 ODIs and 2 Twenty20 Internationals.

Barbados[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Desmond Haynes Oval Black Rock Barbados 1996 2007 2 5 0 Formerly known as Carlton Cricket Club Ground
Bay Pasture Bridgetown Barbados 1883 1891 5 0 0
Garrison Savannah Bridgetown Barbados 1865 1865 1 0 0 Hosted the first first-class match in the West Indies in 1865 when Barbados played British Guiana.
Kensington Oval Bridgetown Barbados 1895 2011 272 73 32 Hosted 47 Tests, 30 ODIs and 12 Twenty20 Internationals.
3Ws Oval Cave Hill Barbados 2003 2011 21 5 0
Mount Gay North Stars Crab Hill Barbados 2003 2009 8 2 0
Windward Park Lucas Street Barbados 2000 2009 5 7 0 Lucas Street is the name of a village, not the name of a street
Foursquare Park Saint Philip Barbados 2010 2010 2 0 0
Police Sports Club Ground Bridgetown Barbados 2005 2009 1 2 0 This ground is also known as Weymouth Playing Field
Banks Holding Sports and Cultural Club Ground Wildey Barbados 2005 2005 0 2 0
Cable and Wireless Sports Club Ground Wildey Barbados 2005 2005 0 3 0

British Virgin Islands[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
A.O. Shirley Recreation Ground Road Town British Virgin Islands
(Tortola)
2002 2002 1 0 0

Dominica[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Benjamin's Park Portsmouth Dominica 2007 2007 1 1 0
Botanical Gardens Roseau Dominica 1970 2004 8 0 0
Windsor Park Roseau Dominica 1965 2012 22 7 0 Hosted four ODIs and two Test Matches.

Grenada[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Progress Park Grenville Grenada 2009 2010 2 2 1
Queen's Park St. George's Grenada 1959 2011 45 29 1 Hosted two Tests and 18 ODIs. Stadium was rebuilt in 2004 after Hurricane Ivan, and is now known as National Stadium.
Tanteen Recreation Ground St. George's Grenada 1997 2007 5 1 0

Guyana[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent territory)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Albion Sports Complex Albion, Corentyne Guyana 1977 2011 31 23 0 Hosted five ODIs.
Blairmont Sports Club Ground Blairmont, West Bank Berbice Guyana 1960 2008 4 8 0
Enmore Recreation Ground Enmore, East Coast Demerara Guyana 1993 2009 4 18 0
Bourda Georgetown Guyana 1887 2011 199 56 0 Hosted 32 Tests and 13 ODIs.
Camp Ayangana Georgetown Guyana 1987 1987 1 0 0
Diamond Community Ground Diamond, East Bank Demerara Guyana 2001 2001 0 1 0
Everest Cricket Club Ground Georgetown Guyana 1997 2009 6 7 0
Parade Ground Georgetown Guyana 1865 1882 4 0 0
Kayman Sankar Cricket Ground Hampton Court, Essequibo Coast Guyana 1980 2005 5 11 0
Providence Stadium Providence, East Bank Demerara Guyana 2007 2011 12 28 6 Hosted two Tests, 11 ODIs and six Twenty20 Internationals.
Welfare Centre Ground Rose Hall, East Canje Guyana 1961 1986 10 0 0
Community Centre Skeldon, Corentyne Guyana 1972 1995 3 1 0
Uitvlugt Community Centre Ground Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara Guyana 1997 2009 3 12 0

Jamaica[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Alcoa Sports Club Alcoa Jamaica 1985 1985 0 1 0
Kaiser Sports Club Discovery Bay Jamaica 1978 2010 5 27 0
Greenfields Stadium Trelawny Jamaica 2008 2010 2 3 4
Jamalco Sports Club Ground Kingston Jamaica 2003 2003 0 1 0
Kensington Park Kingston Jamaica 1909 2010 7 11 0
Melbourne Park Kingston Jamaica 1909 1962 23 0 0 No longer exists.
Sabina Park Kingston Jamaica 1895 2011 205 89 2 Hosted 45 Tests and 33 ODIs.
Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground Kingston Jamaica 2002 2004 1 2 0
Jarrett Park Montego Bay Jamaica 1965 2012 19 6 0
Alpart Sports Club Ground Nain Jamaica 1981 2011 14 15 0
Old Harbour Road Port Esquivel Jamaica 2003 2004 0 2 0
Chedwin Park Spanish Town Jamaica 1977 2011 13 18 0

Montserrat[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Sturge Park Plymouth Montserrat 1967 1994 6 5 0 The city of Plymouth was destroyed after the 1995 eruption of the Soufrière Hills volcano.
Salem Oval Salem Montserrat 2003 2008 3 0 0

Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Warner Park Basseterre Saint Kitts and Nevis
(Saint Kitts)
1962 2011 44 16 1 Hosted three Tests, 10 ODIs and one Twenty20 International.
St. Mary's Park Cayon Saint Kitts and Nevis
(Saint Kitts)
2007 2007 1 1 0
Elquemedo Willett Park Charlestown Saint Kitts and Nevis
(Nevis)
1977 2010 21 6 0
Edgar Gilbert Sporting Complex Molyneaux Saint Kitts and Nevis
(Saint Kitts)
2001 2005 5 0 0

Saint Lucia[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Mindoo Philip Park Castries Saint Lucia 1966 2006 31 15 0 Hosted two ODIs.
Beausejour Stadium Gros Islet Saint Lucia 2002 2011 14 36 11 Hosted three Tests, 21 ODIs and 11 Twenty20 Internationals.

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Arnos Vale Stadium Kingstown Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
(Saint Vincent)
1972 2011 47 31 0 Hosted two Tests and 20 ODIs.

Sint Maarten[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Carib Lumber Ball Park Philipsburg Sint Maarten 2004 2009 6 1 0

Trinidad & Tobago[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Prince Royal Park Arima Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1971 1976 2 0 0
Gilbert Park California Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1971 1979 14 0 0
National Cricket Centre Couva Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
2003 2010 6 0 0
Wilson Road Recreation Ground Penal Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1999 2007 4 1 0
Guaracara Park Pointe-à-Pierre Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1960 2011 75 9 0
Queen's Park Oval Port-of-Spain Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1897 2011 240 92 11 Hosted 57 Tests, 62 ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals.
Queen's Park Savannah Port-of-Spain Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1869 1895 5 0 0
Roxborough Sporting Complex Roxborough Trinidad and Tobago
(Tobago)
2001 2001 1 0 0
Sir Frank Worrell Memorial Ground Saint Augustine Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1974 2011 8 0 0
Shaw Park Scarborough Trinidad and Tobago
(Tobago)
1984 2008 5 4 0
Dubisson Park Saint Madelaine Trinidad and Tobago
(Trinidad)
1976 1979 5 0 0

United States Virgin Islands[edit]

Name City Country
(constituent island)
First used Last used F/C LA T20 Notes
Addelita Cancryn Junior High School Ground Charlotte Amalie U.S. Virgin Islands
(Saint Thomas)
2003 2009 6 0 0
Paul E. Joseph Stadium Frederikstedd U.S. Virgin Islands
(Saint Croix)
2003 2003 1 0 0

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