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Is Nassau Cricket Stadium going to be demolished?

Is Nassau Cricket Stadium going to be demolished?

Is Nassau County International Cricket Stadium going to be demolished? If yes, then how long will it take to clear things up?

There have been many speculations that, after providing impressive services to the T20 World Cup. Is Nassau County International Cricket Stadium is going to be demolished? Yes, the Nassau Stadium, after hosting eight memorable matches of the T20 World Cup 2024, is all set to be packed and dismantled following the conclusion of India’s seven-wicket victory over co-hosts the USA. As the first modular cricket stadium in the world with a seating capacity of almost 34,000 spectators, it has been praised by many for its services.

Mixed views from the cricket fans

The Nassau stadium was built in just over 100 days, with the drop-in pitches sourced from Adelaide, Australia. Initially, it was assumed that the pitch at this ground would mostly benefit the batters, but just like any good movie climax, it came as a surprise that the pitch favors the bowlers.

As a result, the drop-in pitches used at this venue haven’t produced ideal T20 cricket. We saw uneven bounce, and the pitch didn’t play well for the batters. Producing nothing but criticism.

How much time will it take to dismantle the Nassau Stadium?

Now, the question is, how long will it take to pack up the Nassau Stadium? According to a few reports, the stadium will be dismantled over a span of six weeks. And then the parts will be shipped back to Las Vegas for a golf event. Although, it leaves behind cherished memories of 8 games.

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