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Ato Boldon Stadium

Ato Boldon Stadium, located in Couva, Trinidad and Tobago, is named after the eight-time Olympic and World Championship medal winner and 1997 200 m World Champion, Ato Boldon. The stadium was constructed in 2001 and was officially opened by The former Honourable Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago accompanied by the Minister of Sport & Youth Affairs, The Honourable Manohar Ramsaran and former FIFA Vice President Mr. Jack Austin Warner on Tuesday 24th July, 2001 for the U-17 World Cup which was hosted by Trinidad and Tobago. It also hosted games from the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.

ABS is the home of a number of clubs from various sporting disciplines, with the main one being Professional football. The Football clubs include W. Connection who successfully hosts their tournaments at the ABS every year. The National Men’s Team and Women’s Team use the stadium as their training centre. ABS is also the home of Athletics. Every year there are various National Tournaments and Invitationals held by various clubs and by the National Athletic Association. This year (2011), the National Athletic Association held its Juvenile Championships and National Primary Schools Championships.

CAPACITY

  • The capacity of the stadium is approximately 10,000 persons
  • The V.I.P can hold approximately 100 persons and create a very relaxed atmosphere.
  • The conference Room holds 60 persons, seating can be arranged accordingly.

FACTS

MAJOR SPORTING / NON SPORTING EVENTS

SPORTING EVENTS INCLUDE:

  • Football
  • Pro League Matches
  • Night Cricket
  • Athletics
  • Motorbike Racing
  • Remote control Car racing

NON SPORTING EVENTS INCLUDE:

  • Sports days
  • Family days
  • Fun days inclusive of various games
  • Meetings
  • Children shows
  • Dog Shows
  • Car Shows
  • Comedy Festivals
  • Christmas Functions
 
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Bookings
Jeffrey John
Tele: 679-8839
Fax: 679-1852
 
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