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Central Broward Stadium, formerly known as Central Broward Regional Park, is one of the cricket stadiums in the USA which is situated in the state of Florida. It is one of the two stadiums in the country which dedicatedly serves the purpose of playing cricket. It was established on November 9, 2007, and is owned and operated by Broward County.

The stadium was honored with the certification by ICC to host international games when the first T20I series was played here between the West Indies and Sri Lanka in 2010. Following that, the stadium also hosted the historic T20I game between West Indies and India, where record runs were made from both sides. It also hosted its first-ever ODI series in 2019 between the USA and Papua New Guinea.

2024 T20 World Cup: Central Broward Stadium - Capacity

The Florida-based cricket stadium consists of 25,000 people capacity which makes it the second biggest stadium in the USA, only after the newly built Eisenhower Park. Additionally, the stadium has previously hosted a high-profile T20I series and has shown its capacity to host the games.

2024 T20 World Cup: Central Broward Stadium - Matches

This stadium will host four matches in the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024, which includes India’s fixture against Canada on June 15. Apart from that, the hosts, USA will also play a game against Ireland on June 14. 



June 11

Sri Lanka vs Nepal

June 14

USA vs Ireland

June 15

India vs Canada

June 16

Pakistan vs Ireland

2024 T20 World Cup: Central Broward Stadium - Pitch

Historically, the pitch has been a belter with the 2016 India versus West Indies series seeing scores of 240-plus in both innings. Last year too, the pitch got better in the second innings where West Indies chased down the 170-plus score in 18 overs against India.