|First ODI||India v Zimbabwe, 09-Feb-1997|
|Last ODI||Australia v Ireland, 27-Sep-2016|
|Only T20I||South Africa v Zimbabwe, 14-Oct-2018|
It first hosted a one-day international in February 1997 when India met Zimbabwe. Sachin Tendulkar celebrated the new venue's debut with a century as the Indians won by six wickets, with over 10 overs to spare.
Willowmoore Park remains a one-day international venue, it has not yet hosted a Test. However, it has become a more and more popular choice as an ODI ground. During the Cricket World Cup in 2003 it hosted two matches.
It is a multi-use stadium but is currently used mostly for cricket matches. The stadium opened in 1924 and holds the capacity to accommodate 20,000 people.