- Address: Port-of-Spain
- Country: Trinidad and Tobago
- Capacity: 23,000
- Opened: 12 June 1982
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: San Juan Jabloteh (football)
Extra stadium info – Hasely Crawford Stadium
The Hasely Crawford Stadium, which is also used for athletics, became the largest sports venue by capacity in Trinidad and Tobago. It is named after Hasely Joachim Crawford, the first person from Trinidad and Tobago to win an Olympic gold medal. The national football team of Trinidad and Tobago sometimes use the stadium for home games. They are nicknamed Soca Warriors. Dwight Yorke is one of their former players. In 1999, he won the FA Cup, the Premier League, the UEFA Champions League and a world championship title with the world famous English side Manchester United. Yorke ended his professional football career with the English side Sunderland AFC in 2009.
The 2006 FIFA World Cup
In 2006, Dwight Yorke played in the first-ever FIFA World Cup matches of the national football team of Trinidad and Tobago. The first-ever FIFA World Cup match for the Soca Warriors ended in a goalless draw. The match against Sweden took place on 10 June 2006 in the German city of Dortmund. 62,000 people attended the game. The national football team of Trinidad and Tobago also faced England and Paraguay in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. They lost against England in Nuremberg and they also lost against Paraguay in Kaiserslautern. Trinidad and Tobago scored no goals in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Leo Beenhakker, who was born in the Dutch city of Rotterdam, was the manager of the team during the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
San Juan Jabloteh
San Juan Jabloteh use the Hasely Crawford Stadium for home games. The football club was founded in 1974. They were crowned football champions of Trinidad and Tobago several times. In 2002, San Juan Jabloteh won the top-flight football league of Trinidad and Tobago for the first time in their history. They won 19 of the 28 matches during that league season. Seven games ended in a draw and two games ended in a loss.