Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium Complex Florence Hall
2006
10,000 (up to 25,000 with temporary seating)
Soccer, rugby and American football.
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Trelawny Stadium, some 40km east of Montego Bay, was built as a gift to Jamaica by the Chinese government at a time they were looking to increase their influence in the region. After no country bid to host the opening ceremony for the 2007 World Cup, the Jamaican government stepped in and the new ground was started in November 2005 and, with an almost entirely Chinese labour force, finished in June 2006. It is a well-appointed, if functional, venue which has little Caribbean flavour. It has 10,000 permanent seats but this can be raised using temporary seating to nearer 25,000. It is not likely to host too much cricket given the presence of Sabina Park, but it will be used for soccer, rugby and American football.
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2017
Wed Oct 11 - Sat Oct 14
1st unofficial Test - West Indies A v Sri Lanka A
Thu Oct 19 - Sun Oct 22
2nd unofficial Test - West Indies A v Sri Lanka A
Sun Nov 5 (50 ovs)
3rd unofficial ODI - West Indies A v Sri Lanka A
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