T20 World Cup 2024 | Attractions, stadiums, and things to do in these host cities & countries

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The 2024 T20 World Cup is here, and this year, the USA and West Indies are co-hosting the tournament. It's an exciting moment, especially as the USA is hosting for the first time, bringing a fresh challenge for all the teams. While half the fans of half the teams will flock to lively American cities like New York, Dallas, and Florida, the other half will enjoy the rather relaxed atmosphere of the Caribbean islands.

Handy information

🏏 Number of teams:20
🏏 Number of matches:55
🏟️ Number of stadiums:9
🗓️ Dates:2 June - 29 June, 2024

Things to know

Most World Cup Titles Won: West Indies (2) and England (2)
Current number 1 T20 team: India
Current number 1 T20 batsman: Suryakumar Yadav
Current number 1 T20 bowler: Adil Rashid
Current number 1 T20 all-rounder: Wanindu Hasaranga
Last World Cup's Winners: England (2022)

1. Dallas, USA

Stadium: Grand Prairie Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 7000

If you travel to Dallas, you can expect to experience genuine southern hospitality, a touch of cowboy glam, and breathtaking Texas sunsets. History buffs will appreciate the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, which chronicles the life of President John F. Kennedy. For a taste of local life, head to the bustling Deep Ellum district, known for its live music and street art. The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is perfect for a relaxing day out. Don’t miss the Reunion Tower for a stunning view of the city skyline. With its vibrant food scene, Dallas ensures a delightful experience for every visitor.

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What to eat in Dallas

  • Fajitas
  • Tacos
  • Laab
  • Brisket
  • Texas Chili

T20 World Cup games to watch in Dallas

  • USA vs Canada - June 2
  • Netherlands vs Nepal - June 4
  • USA vs Pakistan - June 6
  • Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh - June 8

2. New York, USA

Stadium: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 34,000

Whether you're a foodie, an art enthusiast, a theater lover, or someone who enjoys a fast-paced lifestyle, New York City has something for you. Start your journey in Times Square, known for its bright lights and bustling atmosphere. Explore Central Park, an urban oasis perfect for leisurely strolls and picnics. Art enthusiasts will love the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. Don’t miss the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island for a glimpse of American history. Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge for stunning views of the skyline. Broadway shows, diverse dining experiences, and shopping in Soho add to the city's charm, ensuring a memorable trip for every visitor.

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What to eat in New York

  • Pizza
  • Bagels
  • Burgers
  • Tacos
  • Hot Dogs

T20 World Cup games to watch in New York

  • Sri Lanka vs South Africa - June 3
  • India vs Ireland - June 5
  • Canada vs Ireland - June 7
  • Netherlands vs South Africa - June 8
  • India vs Pakistan - June 9
  • South Africa vs Bangladesh - June 10
  • Pakistan vs Canada - June 11
  • USA vs India - June 12

3. Lauderhill, Florida, USA

Stadium: Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground
Capacity: 20,000

Visiting Florida as a tourist offers diverse attractions and activities. Head to Orlando’s theme parks, including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Explore Miami’s vibrant nightlife, stunning beaches, and Art Deco architecture in South Beach. Nature lovers will enjoy the Everglades, home to unique wildlife and airboat tours. Visit the Kennedy Space Center for an out-of-this-world experience. Tampa offers the Florida Aquarium and Busch Gardens for family fun. Don’t miss the charming historic district of St. Augustine, the oldest city in the U.S.

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What to eat in Florida

  • Key lime pie
  • Cuban sandwich
  • Stone Crabs
  • Conch fritters
  • Gator Tail

T20 World Cup games to watch in Lauderhill, Florida

  • Sri Lanka vs Nepal - June 12
  • USA vs Ireland - June 14
  • India vs Canada - June 15
  • Pakistan vs Ireland - June 16

4. Guyana

Stadium: Providence Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 20,000

Despite its access to pristine rainforests, incredible wildlife, and rich cultural diversity, Guyana remains largely untouched and unknown. Its unspoiled natural landscapes and vibrant traditions provide a refreshing escape from more commercialized destinations. Explore the stunning Kaieteur Falls, one of the world’s tallest single-drop waterfalls. Venture into the lush Amazon rainforest for wildlife spotting and eco-tours. Georgetown, the capital, showcases colonial architecture, vibrant markets, and the historic St. George’s Cathedral. Discover the rich history at the National Museum and enjoy local cuisine at bustling food stalls. The Rupununi Savannah offers opportunities for birdwatching and horseback riding. With its diverse landscapes and welcoming locals, Guyana provides an off-the-beaten-path adventure for nature lovers and cultural enthusiasts alike.

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What to eat in Guyana

  • Pepperpot
  • Cassava Bread
  • Metemgee
  • Coconut Choka
  • Seven Curry

T20 World Cup games to watch in Guyana

  • West Indies vs Papua New Guinea - June 2
  • Afghanistan vs Uganda - June 4
  • Papua New Guinea vs Uganda - June 6
  • New Zealand vs Afghanistan - June 8
  • West Indies vs Uganda - June 9
  • Semi Finals 2 - June 27

5. Barbados

Stadium: Kensington Oval
Capacity: 28,000

Barbados, often called the “most British” of the Caribbean islands, boasts a rich history, vibrant landscapes, and the infectious soca beat that resonates throughout the island. Affectionately known as “Little England,” it embraces traditions such as afternoon tea, cricket as the national pastime, and dressing for dinner. Start with its stunning beaches, such as Crane Beach and Carlisle Bay, ideal for sunbathing and water sports. Explore the island’s rich history at the Barbados Museum and George Washington House. Nature lovers will enjoy the lush landscapes of Andromeda Botanic Gardens and Harrison's Cave. Don’t miss the lively St. Lawrence Gap for dining, nightlife, and local culture. Experience the island's rum heritage with a tour of Mount Gay Rum Distillery.

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What to eat in Barbados

  • Flying Fish
  • Fish Cakes
  • Pudding and Souse
  • Sea Eggs
  • Guava Cheese

T20 World Cup games to watch in Barbados

  • Namibia vs Oman - June 3
  • England vs Scotland - June 4
  • Australia vs Oman - June 6
  • Namibia vs Scotland - June 7
  • Australia vs England - June 8
  • Super 8 Match 3 - June 20
  • Super 8 Match 6 - June 22
  • Super 8 Match 9 - June 23
  • FINALS - June 29

6. Antigua and Barbuda

Stadium: Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 10,000

Visiting Antigua and Barbuda offers a paradise of pristine beaches and vibrant culture. Explore its 365 stunning beaches, like Dickenson Bay and Half Moon Bay. History enthusiasts can visit Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage site. For breathtaking views, hike to Shirley Heights. Don’t miss a trip to Barbuda to see the Frigate Bird Sanctuary. The islands also offer excellent snorkeling and diving spots, such as Cades Reef. Sample local cuisine at beachside shacks and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the annual Antigua Sailing Week.

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What to eat in Antigua

  • Saltfish and Fungie
  • Jerk chicken
  • Conch
  • Goat water / Mannish water
  • Ducana

T20 World Cup games to watch in Antigua

  • Oman vs Scotland - June 9
  • Australia vs Namibia - June 12
  • England vs Oman - June 14
  • Namibia vs England - June 15
  • Super 8 Match 1 - June 19
  • Super 8 Match 4 - June 21
  • Super 8 Match 7 - June 22
  • Super 8 Match 10 - June 24

7. Trinidad and Tobago

Stadium: Brian Lara Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 15,000

Trinidad with the lively capital, Port of Spain, is where you can experience the famous Carnival, bustling markets, and diverse cuisine. Nature lovers will enjoy the Asa Wright Nature Centre and the Caroni Bird Sanctuary, home to the scarlet ibis. You can head to Tobago for pristine beaches like Pigeon Point and Buccoo Reef, perfect for snorkeling and diving. Explore the Main Ridge Forest Reserve, the oldest protected rainforest in the Western Hemisphere. With its rich culture, beautiful landscapes, and warm hospitality, Trinidad and Tobago promises an unforgettable visit.

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What to eat in Trinidad and Tobago

  • Doubles
  • Aloo Pie
  • Saheena
  • Pholourie
  • Chow

T20 World Cup games to watch in Traouba

  • West Indies vs New Zealand - June 13
  • Afghanistan vs Papua New Guinea - June 14
  • New Zealand vs Uganda - June 15
  • New Zealand vs Papua New Guinea - June 17
  • Semi Finals 1 - June 27

8. St Vincent and the Grenadines

Stadium: Arnos Vale Cricket Ground
Capacity: 18,000

St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) is one of the Caribbean's last unspoiled gems. With lush volcanic landscapes, friendly locals, and remote islands scattered across 70 miles of crystal-clear waters, SVG offers endless adventures. It's a paradise for savvy scuba divers and adventurous island hoppers, where you can explore both the vibrant marine life below the sea and the untamed beauty above. While visiting St. Vincent and the Grenadines, explore the vibrant marine life through snorkeling and scuba diving, hike the lush trails of La Soufrière volcano, sail between idyllic islands, relax on pristine beaches, and experience the local culture and cuisine in charming towns and villages.

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What to eat in St Vincent

  • Roasted Breadfruit & Fried Jackfish
  • Guinness Bottle Chicken Stew
  • Fish Blaff
  • Buljol
  • Madongo Dumplings

T20 World Cup games to watch in St Vincent

  • Bangladesh vs Netherlands - June 13
  • South Africa vs Nepal - June 15
  • Bangladesh vs Nepal - June 17
  • Super 8 Match 8 - June 23
  • Super 8 Match 12 - June 25

9. St Lucia

Stadium: Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium
Capacity: 20,000

St. Lucia is one of the most beautiful and enchanting places in the Caribbean, deserving of all the superlatives. With its stunning twin peaks, pristine beaches, and dramatic landscapes, there are countless amazing things to do during your holiday here. Visiting St. Lucia offers numerous activities: hike the iconic Pitons, relax on the stunning beaches, and soak in the Sulphur Springs' natural hot pools. Explore vibrant coral reefs through snorkeling or diving, visit the Diamond Botanical Gardens, and enjoy the local culture and cuisine in bustling markets and towns.

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What to eat in St. Lucia

  • Bouyon
  • Lambi
  • Fresh Lobster
  • Callaloo Soup
  • Accra

T20 World Cup games to watch in St. Lucia

  • Australia vs Scotland - June 16
  • Sri Lanka vs Netherlands - June 17
  • West Indies vs Afghanistan - June 18
  • Super 8 Match 2 - June 20
  • Super 8 Match 5 - June 21
  • Super 8 Match 11 - June 24
Men's T20 World Cup 2024 Host Cities & Countries