Here we are talking about the beautiful cricket stadium of USA - Central Broward Regional Park and Central Broward Stadium. It is located at the corner of US 441 and the Sunrise Boulevard road. The stadium is owned and operated by the Broward County. The main arena has a large circular grass field of approximately 153 meters in diameter; primarily designed for cricket events. The stadium has a permanent seating capacity to hold up to 5,000 spectators that can be extended for 15,000 more with the existing large berms. Besides the main field, the stadium also has two large artificial turf fields that can be divided into four American footballor soccerpitches.
As of March 2016, Central Broward Stadium is the only cricket stadium in the United States, having the International Cricket Council (ICC) Certification for One Day International (ODI) tournaments.
The Central Broward Stadium hosted its first Twenty20 Cricket tournament, known as the Martin Luther King Twenty20 Cricket Tournament (MLK T20) in 2008 from 18th - 20th January.
The stadium witnessed its first international cricket tournament, MAQ T20 International Cricket Tournament from 23rd May to 25th May 2008. The tournament featured the national teams of Canada, West Indies and Pakistan.
On 30th June and 1st July 2012, the Central Broward Stadium hosted two T20I matches between the West Indies and New Zealand with the formers winning both the events.
In 2015, the ground hosted the 10th edition of the annual Australian Football match between USA and Canada, known as the 49th Parallel Cup.
In 2016, the stadium was announced to host a two-match T20 series between India and the West Indies. It was marked as the first international series of India on the American soil as an addendum to India's tour to the Caribbean. During the opening match of the series, Indian batsman K.L. Rahul scored the second-fastest T20I ton just in 46 balls and concluded his game with 110*, regarded as the highest international score at the Central Broward Stadium.
In August 2018, the stadium hosted the T20I clashes of the national teams of Bangladesh and the West Indies.
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