Sir Vivian Richards Stadium

The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium is located in the West Indies. The stadium in Antigua & Barbuda is St John's Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. It has a seating capacity of 20,000. It is named after the island's most famous cricket player, the Sir Vivian Richards. This is a new stadium, established in 2006, and built specifically for the 2007 World Cup tournament at a cost of US$ 54 million. This stadium was one of the eight used for the 2007 Cricket World Cup.



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