Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York is currently under construction and expected to be completed in 3 months; the stadium will have 34,000 seats for fans.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has revealed that the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York will host eight T20 World Cup matches in 2024, including the exciting match between Pakistan and India. According to details, the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in three months.
This stadium will have 34000 seats for fans. The stadium will also host the big clash between India and Pakistan on June 9, which is a blockbuster event of the tournament. This shows that ICC is eager to enter a new market. The ICC recently revealed the stadium concept and rendering artwork.
ICC Chief Executive Geoff Allardyce said during the announcement of this exciting news. “We are excited to unveil the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York ahead of the Men’s T20 World Cup 2024,” he said. This is an incredibly important milestone in the lead-up to the biggest-ever ICC event, with work beginning on the stadium, which will be able to accommodate 34,000 cricket fans.
He added that the stadium will also provide the best experience for everyone. It will have various food and beverage options for fans and special areas for modern media and broadcasting facilities. The cricket pitch used at Adelaide Oval and Eden Park is currently being manufactured in Florida and will be brought to New York in early May. Meanwhile, the stadium will host eight T20 World Cup matches, starting with the match between Sri Lanka and South Africa on June 3.