Latitude and longitude of Arnos Vale Stadium

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The Arnos Vale Ground is a cricket stadium situated in Kingstown, St Vincent. It is a multi-use ground and is also better known as the Playing Fields. The stadium hosted its first ever international game on February 4, 1981. The match was an ODI between West Indies and England and was a close encounter which the hosts won by two runs. It is the home ground of the Windward Islands. Its maiden Test match came in 1997, when the West Indies played Sri Lanka to a draw, with Sri Lanka finishing on 233–8 chasing a target of 269 runs. The second Test held at the ground, in 2009, saw Bangladesh record their maiden Test victory over the West Indies by 95 runs. At the time the West Indies were without many of their leading players due to a dispute with the West Indies Cricket Board, so seven Test debutantes featured in the West Indian team.

Latitude: 13° 08' 18.42" N
Longitude: -61° 12' 25.50" W

Nearest city to this article: Kingstown

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GPS coordinates of Arnos Vale Stadium, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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