The stadium at Central Broward Regional Park is the only one in the United States certified by the International Cricket Council. The main event field features a large circular grass pitch, roughly 167 yards (153 meters) in diameter, with 5,000 covered seats and additional seating for 15,000 spectators possible. It also features stadium lighting and a luxury viewing area. It was designed with cricket and soccer competitions in mind.
The first organized cricket event held was a Twenty20 cricket tournament in January 2008. The first international tournament hosted was another Twenty20 tournament, the MAQ T20 International Cricket Tournament, in May 2008.
The park hosted the first international cricket competition on American soil, a two-match Twenty20 series between New Zealand and Sri Lanka, in May 2010.
The main event field was the home of the Fort Lauderdale Fighting Squids of the U.S. Australian Football League in 2008. It also hosted the United States national rugby union team's home leg in their 2011 Rugby World Cup qualifier against Uruguay on November 21, 2009.
The venue may be used for concerts and sporting events or other special events. The field is capable of hosting a variety of local, national, and international sports championship games and contains four cricket pitches.
The first floor of the main field clubhouse has a lobby with receptionist/facility reservation area, an elevator, team locker rooms, restrooms, a concession area, and a main event field viewing room that may also be rented for parties or other social occasions.
The second floor includes park management offices, a concession warming area, and the scoreboard operations center, along with a VIP viewing area and conference room that may be rented for small meetings and gatherings of up to 20 people.