Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium Jamaica

Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium Jamaica


The Trelawny Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Trelawny, Jamaica. Capacity: 25,000 people. The stadium was completed in 2007. It was built under an agreement between the governments of Jamaica and China. The Chinese Government fronted US $30-million needed for the project. It is mostly used for cricket. The stadium hosted warm-up matches during the 2007 Cricket World Cup, as well as the opening ceremony of the championship, but has not hosted an official international cricket match. The stadium has also been used by the Reggae Boyz (Jamaica’s National Football Team) as a second venue. The Reggae Boyz played a World Cup qualifier here against the Bahamas national football team in 2008. It hosted group matches in the 2008 Caribbean Cup. Today the Trelawny Stadium sits beckoning for sporting activities.