Grand Prairie Stadium

Grand Prairie Stadium, previously known as QuikTrip Park and The Ballpark in Grand Prairie, is a cricket ground and former ballpark located in Grand Prairie, Texas. Opened in May 2008, it was the home stadium for the Texas AirHogs of the American Association of Professional Baseball from 2008 to 2019 and for the USL League Two soccer team Texas United from 2017 to 2019.The Venue will host four matches in T20 World Cup 2024.

Following the AirHogs’ dissolution in October 2020, American Cricket Enterprises, the commercial partner of USA Cricket, acquired the lease for AirHogs Stadium and planned a $20 million redevelopment to convert it into a cricket ground. The redevelopment began in April 2022, and the stadium now hosts the Texas Super Kings in the domestic Twenty20 league Major League Cricket. Additionally, it serves as a home and training facility for the United States national cricket team.

Grand Prairie Stadium

  • Full Name: QuikTrip Park and The Ballpark in Grand Prairie
  • Location: Grand Prairie, Texas
  • Operator: –
  • Capacity: 7000
  • Surface: –
  • Floodlights: Yes
  • End names: 

T20 World Cup matches at the venue

June 2, Sunday – USA vs Canada

June 4, Tuesday – Netherlands vs Nepal

June 6, Thursday – USA vs Pakistan

June 8, Saturday – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

Grand Prairie Stadium T20I Stats

Total Match Played: 1
Batting First Won: 0
Batting Second Won: 1
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 194

Highest Score: 194

Lowest Score: 194

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