Port of Spain, Trinidad, once having been under British rule, is the Caribbean's largest cricket-playing city.  Its stadium, Queen's Park, is the biggest of its kind outside of Europe, and hosts more cricket test matches than any other place outside of England.  Queen's Park, with seats for about 30,000 people, has even been chosen to host several games in the 2007 Cricket World Cup.  Queen's Park also hosts football (soccer) matches, hockey games, and some cycling events.  The Park has a sports club as well, where visitors can play squash matches, tennis or snooker.  Those visiting Port of Spain who may be interested in seeing a sporting event at Queen's Park, or visiting its sports club, can see its website for schedules, ticket information, and directions.

Port of Spain is also home to the Hasely Crawford Stadium, named for the country's first Olympic Gold Medalist.  The stadium is mainly used for soccer matches and track and field events.  It holds about 27,000 people and is home to the Superstar Rangers team of the Trinidad and Tobago soccer league.