Trinidad and Tobago have been awarded the semi-finals and final of the 2015 Limacol Caribbean Premier League.
The Queens Park Oval in Port of Spain, which hosted the first ever CPL final in 2013, will once again play host to the showpiece event of the 'Biggest Party in Sport' in July 2015.
The famous Oval ground will host seven matches this year - four Trindad and Tobago Red Steel home games as well as both semi-finals and the final.
Damien O'Donohoe, CEO of the CPL, described the final as the 'Super Bowl of the Caribbean' and added: "Trinidad and Tobago will be fantastic hosts for the finals of the 'Biggest Party in Sport'.
"Every time we bring CPL to Queens Park Oval the atmosphere and action is second to none. This is a true heartland in world cricket and the passion of the fans is matched by the performances from the best players in this format of the game.
"We expect the economic impact of the games to be significant for Trinidad and Tobago. Last year, the hosts of the finals, St. Kitts and Nevis, saw an economic impact of US$26.3 million - which was 16% of the overall regional impact figure of US$166 million, while 65 million people worldwide tuned in to watch the games in 2014.
"Those figures bode well for the economy here, particularly as Port of Spain is so well set up to host a global event such as the CPL and show the world that it is truly a top class sports destination."
Trinidad and Tobago Minister of Tourism, Senator the Honourable Gerald Hadeed, added: "I am delighted to have the CPL 2015 semi-finals and finals return to Trinidad and Tobago. The CPL has attracted an immense amount of interest not only locally, but regionally and internationally.
"Trinidad and Tobago looks forward to welcoming cricket fans from around the world to be a part of the high energy T20 matches."