ICC selects seven venues in the Caribbean to host the 2024 T20 World Cup


ICC The seven Caribbean sites selected are Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago.

Seven venues in the Caribbean and three cities in the United States will co-host next year’s men’s T20 World Cup from June 4-30, the ICC said on Friday.

The seven Caribbean venues selected by the ICC are Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica, Guyana, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago.

Apart from this, three locations in the United States – Dallas, Florida and New York will co-host the event.

We are delighted to announce seven Caribbean venues that will host the biggest ICC Men’s T20 World Cup ever, with 20 teams competing for the trophy. They are all popular venues with players and fans alike that will provide a wonderful backdrop to the event,” ICC Chief Executive Geoff Allardyce said in a statement.

“This will be the third ICC Senior Men’s event hosted by the West Indies, and the matches will again give cricket fans a unique experience to enjoy cricket in the Caribbean. I would like to thank Cricket West Indies and the seven host governments for their continued commitment and support of our game.

Johnny Grave, CEO of Cricket West Indies, said, “This is an exciting moment as we announce the approved venues to host the biggest ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in history, with 20 teams playing 55 matches in June next year.

“We are grateful to the host governments of the Caribbean for the overwhelming response and enthusiasm to host the most important sporting event to be held in our region for a generation,” he said.

“We are confident that together we will deliver a world-class tournament showcasing the best of the region with its unique culture and carnival atmosphere that will ensure a true celebration of the game next June,” he said.