The National Cricket Stadium was first established in 1887 but has undergone several transformations to its current state. Formerly known as Queen’s Park, the ground first hosted a One Day International in 1999 and later Test match cricket in 2002.
The stadium was initially rebuilt in 2000, however Hurricane Ivan in 2004 destroyed much of the infrastructure. The ground was again rebuilt in time for the 2007 Cricket World Cup and went on to host 6 matches.
Tenants: Windward Islands Volcanoes (Regional Four Day Competition)
Address: Queen’s Park, St.George’s
Location & Travel to National Cricket Stadium
The National Cricket Stadium is located in St. George’s, the capital of Grenada.
Airport: The Maurice Bishop International Airport is in the south of Grenada, approximately 12km away from St. George’s or about 25 minutes drive. The airline has direct flights to the UK, North America and other Caribbean islands such as Barbados, St Vincent and Trinidad & Tobago.
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Taxi: There are plenty of taxi’s on offer across the island of Grenada. I can’t tell you specifically how much it will cost to get to the National Stadium but fares will be set beforehand.
Walk: Walking from St.George’s to the National Stadium is simple enough and will take you about 15-20 minutes. If in the centre of town, head to Melville Street (the road closest to the sea) and head straight, with Fort George behind you and the Bus Terminal should be on your left. Eventually you should see the ground, the easiest way to access is via Queen’s Park Road.