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The Queen's Park Oval is a major cricketing venue in Trinidad & Tobago. Learn more about the Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain.

Queen's Park Oval

Location: Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Established: 1896
Capacity: 25,000
End Names: Pavilion End, Media Centre End
World Cup Matches: Opening round Group B Matches

Queen's Park Oval
Set amidst a picturesque backdrop of imposing hills, the Queen's Park Oval is one of the most scenic cricket venues in the West Indies. The Queen's Park Oval is also the largest of the lot with a seating capacity of 25,000. Home to the Queens Park Cricket Club since 1896, the stadium played host to some of the earliest English teams touring the Caribbean Islands.

The Queen's Park Oval stadium still retains its quaint old charm with the first ever refurbishments taking place as late as 1952. The stadium has witnessed its share of records, the most notable being the successful run chase of 406 by the Indian team against Clive Llyod's West Indies in 1976-77.

The Queens Park Oval cricket stadium will host the opening round Group B matches of the 2007 ICC World Cup.

This site was last updated on 15/02/2007.