Coolidge Cricket Ground

Local nameCoolidge Cricket Ground
LocationAntigua and Barbuda

The Coolidge Cricket Ground, colloquially known as 'Sticky Wicket Stadium', is a cricket ground in Osbourn, Saint George Parish, Antigua. It was previously known as the Airport Cricket Ground, before it was taken over by American businessman and cricket enthusiast Allen Stanford, rebuilt in 2004 and named the Stanford Cricket Ground. It was used as one of the many home grounds of the Leeward Islands and also hosted many Twenty20 matches, including both the 2006 & 2008 Stanford 20/20 tournaments and the 2008 Stanford Super Series. Its name was changed to the Coolidge Cricket Ground in 2016-17 and it resumed staging cricket matches after an eight-year hiatus.

In early 2009 Allen Stanford became the subject of several fraud investigations. On 17 February 2009 he was charged by the U.S.

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Address Pavilion Drive 1, St. George's

Coordinates 17°8'27.465" N -61°47'41.335" E

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