It is the home of the cricket club of Kingston that is located in the parched area of Kingston and for a number of years, the ground’s pitch was the fastest and hardest in the region of the Caribbean. But in the current times, the surface of the pitch slowed, in spite of the attempts or efforts to store the life by spreading it more than one event. This park is comparatively smaller in size, but like other main grounds in the area, it experienced a main refurbished ahead of the World Cup of 2007.
Highlights Of The Sabina Park
- Sabina Park, Kingston, West Indies
- Established in the year 1930
- First ODI match was played between Australia and the West Indies in the year 1984
- The first Test match was played between England and the West Indies in the year 1930
- Seating capacity – 30,000
- Several ODI and Test records held at Sabina Park.
The seating capacity was increased to 20,000, which is still lesser than the Trelawny Stadium. The natives were worried about the fact that the different environment of the old stadium would be vanished amid the volume of the new concrete and also the acidic test will turn up during the event.