The Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium opened in 2011 and was named for Thomas Augustus Robinson, who competed at four Olympic Games as a sprinter and is considered one of the legends of Bahamian sports.
The stadium has Olympic and international certification and has been designed to accommodate most sporting events, including American Football, Rugby, Soccer, and Track & Field. It can seat 13,676 persons.
Features / Specs:
- Eight (8) full lanes of Mundo surface
- Finish line Electronic Timing system assures display of accurate results on scoreboard
- High, Long & Triple Jump Pits at both ends of track
- Pole Vault runway & Pit
- Permanent runways located at the northern end
- Separate Competitive areas for Hammer, Javelin, Discuss and Shot-putt Football & Soccer Field.
- Male & Female Bathrooms, Changing Room and Showers
- Medical Facilities
- Concession Stand
- Parking Facilities