Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Grounds , North Sound, Antigua
The new home of cricket in Antigua following the 2007 ICC World Cup, and named after one of cricket's all-time greats, the SVRCG is a purpose-built stadium which replaced the famous Antigua Recreation Ground as the national cricket stadium in Antigua. Dominated by the North and five-storey South stands, the venue also features grass terraces either side of the wicket to different viewing experiences. In 2015, after the knighthoods for Sir Curtly Ambrose and Sir Andy Robbers, the North and South ends were renamed respectively. .