Central Broward Park

Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium, previously known as Central Broward Regional Park and Central Broward Stadium, is a major county park in Lauderhill, Florida. It is one of only two dedicated cricket stadiums in the United States and is owned and operated by Broward County. Opened on November 9, 2007, at a construction cost of $70 million, it is situated at the intersection of US 441 and State Road 838 (Sunrise Blvd.). The venue will host four T20 World Cup 2024 matches.

This stadium was the first cricket pitch in the U.S. to be certified by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for hosting international matches. It held its first international Twenty20 series in 2010 with teams from New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

Central Broward Regional Park Stadium

  • Full Name: Central Broward Park & Broward County Stadium
  • Location: Lauderhill, Florida
  • Operator: –
  • Capacity: 20000
  • Surface: –
  • Floodlights: Yes
  • End names: North End, Pavilion End

T20 World Cup matches at the venue

June 12, Wednesday – Nepal vs Sri Lanka

June 14, Friday – USA vs Ireland

June 15, Saturday – Canada vs India

June 16, Sunday – Ireland vs Pakistan

Central Broward Park T20I Stats

Total Match Played: 16
Batting First Won: 11 (68.75%)
Batting Second Won: 4 (25.00%)
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 166

Highest Score: 245/6 (West Indies)

Lowest Score: 81 (New Zealand)

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