Providence Stadium, Guyana

The Providence Stadium, also known as the Guyana National Stadium, is set to host six matches during the T20 World Cup 2024. Among these matches, the second semi-final will take place at this venue on June 27. Built in 2006 and opened in 2007 specifically for the ICC World Cup, it has since hosted memorable 2007 WC Super-8 games. The stadium boasts modern facilities and can be converted for multi-use, including football and rugby, making it a versatile addition to Guyana’s sporting infrastructure.

Providence Stadium, Guyana

CityProvidence, Guyana
CountryWest Indies
Also or previously Known asGuyana National Stadium
First T20 Match30/04/2010
Last T20 Match5/06/2024
Matches Played18
Matches Won by Home Side6 (33.33%)
Matches Won by Touring Side3 (16.67%)
Matches Won by Neutral Side6 (33.33%)
Matches Won Batting First6 (33.33%)
Matches Won Batting Second9 (50.00%)

T20 World Cup matches at the venue

Sun, 2 June 2024 – WEST INDIES v PAPUA NEW GUINEA, 10:30 AM LOCAL

Mon, 3 June 2024 – AFGHANISTAN v UGANDA, 08:30 PM LOCAL

Wed, 5 June 2024 – PAPUA NEW GUINEA v UGANDA, 07:30 PM LOCAL

Fri, 7 June 2024 – NEW ZEALAND v AFGHANISTAN, 07:30 PM LOCAL

Sat, 8 June 2024 – WEST INDIES v UGANDA, 08:30 PM LOCAL

Thur, 27 June 2024 – Semi 2, (reserve day 28 June), 08:30 PM LOCAL

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