T20 World Cup: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium stats & records

T20 World Cup: Sir Vivian Richards Stadium stats & records

Known as 'Antigua's 366th Beach' due to the heavy sandy cover on the outfield, the ground has been involved in several controversies as well.

Sir Vivian Richards Stadium is situated in North Sound, Saint George, Antigua and Barbuda. Named after West Indies cricket legend Isaac Vivian Alexander Richards. It was initially built for the 2007 ICC World Cup, where the stadium hosted a few Super 8 games. Since then, the stadium has been used regularly for cricket matches. The stadium usually accommodates seating for approximately 10,000 people.

This ground has also been part of a few controversies in the past. Especially due to its outfield, which has a heavy sandy cover, making fielding dangerous. The nature of the outfield has earned it the nickname ‘Antigua’s 366th Beach.’ Since the ground is all set to host a few T20 World Cup 2024 games. Check out Sir Vivian Richards Stadium T20 stats and records.

Sir Vivian Richards stadium T20I stats

Total matches13
Matches won batting first
Matches won bowling first
Average 1st Inns scores138
Highest total recorded190 By CAN vs BHM
Lowest total recorded68 By BHM vs CAN
Highest score chased149 By BER vs USA
Lowest score defended95 By INDW vs WIW

Sir Vivian Richards Stadium Weather Report

Speaking about the conditions in Antigua, where this ground is situated, the stadium usually sees tropical weather conditions. The temperature typically stays in the high 20s Celsius. Also, occasional rainfall is common due to the tropical weather.


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