You may be shocked to hear that one of the most popular sports in the world is not football or baseball but is Cricket. Reports show more than 2 billion people around the world attend at least one cricket match during the year. Visit Lauderdale is all set to welcome Cricket lovers to experience history in the making as Greater Fort Lauderdale hosts its first-ever ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in June. Lauderhill’s Broward County Stadium, one of just three U.S. venues, welcomes cricket fans from around the globe. With more than 45,000 visitors expected, this event promises excitement and thrills. Be part of the action as teams battle it out in four thrilling matches at Central Broward Regional Park starting June 11, with Sri Lanka vs. Nepal. To celebrate, Greater Fort Lauderdale unveiled a stunning 400-pound, 8-foot-tall cricket ball replica at Las Olas Oceanside Park (LOOP) on Fort Lauderdale beach. Don’t miss your chance to capture this iconic piece before it returns to Broward County Stadium for the World Cup. Visit Lauderdale invites every cricket fan around the world to explore all that Greater Fort Lauderdale has to offer during and apart from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. If you are queer and you love cricket, you would not find a better location than this to enjoy your favorite sport. Visit Lauderdale. Everyone Under The Sun.