Stade Sylvio Cator
|Former names||Parc Leconte,
|Surface||Edel Grass (Artificial Turf)|
The stadium bears the name of Haitian Olympic medalist and footballer Sylvio Cator. It was named after him in 1952. Before then the stadium was called the Parc Leconte. and then the Stade Paul-Magloire. It is where the Haiti national football team play its home games. It has hosted the 1973 CONCACAF Championship, where the home team were crowned as champions and the 1991 CONCACAF Women's Championship where the final match between the USA and Canada reached overcapacity of 30,000.
- World Cup 1954 - Qualifying
- Monde du Foot - Stade Sylvio Cator, Port-au-Prince (Haïti)
- World of Stadiums - Stade Sylvio Cator
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- VI. CONCACAF Nations Cup 1973
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- CONCACAF's Women's Championship 1991
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