The Grenada National Stadium is located 5 minutes from the capital city of St. George’s and consists of the National Cricket, Football and Athletic Stadium. In 2002 the Cricket Stadium became the 84th test venue in the world, when West Indies played New Zealand. In 2004 the venue suffered severe damage from a Category 3 Hurricane, which caused damage in 80% of its infrastructure.
The 16,240 seat Cricket Stadium was rebuilt in 2007 in time to host the Super 8 stage of the ICC cricket world cup in the West Indies. In July 2007 the venue was officially handed over to the Ministry of Sports who in turn handed it over to the Stadium Authority’s Board of Directors.
In 2016 the National Football and Athletics Stadium was rebuilt by a Chinese and Grenadian construction team and received a Class 1 Certification by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) the world athletics governing body. The Class 1 Certification allows Grenada to host any and all IAAF sanctioned events and bid for IAAF meets locally, regionally and internationally as the facility and in specific the track has met the highest world standards.
To be self-sustainable by becoming the premier sporting and entertainment venue in the region. To provide a world-class facility for cricket, football, athletics, other games and entertainment by having a well-managed, well equipped, properly maintained, customer friendly and self-sustainable facility that exceeds the needs of our various stakeholders.
If you are looking for a place to host your conferences,meetings,weddings etc. then you should visit the National Stadium today
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