There are five cluster venues being utilised across Trinidad and Tobago for the 2023 Commonwealth Youth Games:

Sport  Cluster City/County  Venue 
Aquatics – Swimming and Para Swimming Trinidad  Couva National Aquatic Centre
Athletics and Para Athletics Trinidad Port of Spain Hasley Crawford Stadium
Beach Volleyball Tobago Tobago Pigeon Point Beach
Cycling – Track  Trinidad  Couva National Cycling Velodrome
Cycling - Road Race Trinidad Couva The roads of Trinidad 
Cycling – Time Trial Trinidad Couva The roads of Trinidad 
FAST5 Netball Tobago Tobago Shaw Park Cultural Complex
Rugby Sevens  Tobago Tobago Shaw Park Cultural Complex
Triathlon Tobago Tobago Buccoo Beach Facility 


Athletics - Hasley Crawford Stadium (HSC)
The Hasley Crawford Stadium (HS) is located in Trinidad’s capital, Port-of Spain. It was named after Hasley Joachim Crawford, TTO’s first Olympic gold medallist. It has an 8 lane track, capacity of 23,000 persons, and a training area located outside the stadium.

Swimming - The National Aquatic Centre
was opened in 2016 and accommodates several sporting activities including  swimming, synchronised swimming, water polo, and diving. The facility features a 50m main competition Myrtha pool, a 50m outdoor swimming pool, a 25m diving facility, fitness room with sauna, Turkish bath and a cool water pool, state of the art timing system, underwater video, and digital screen playback. It has seating for 940 persons.

Cycling - National Cycling Velodrome
The National Cycling Velodrome was opened in 2016, with an event that attracted many local and international cyclists. The state-of-the-art facility boasts a 250m wooden track (Schuermann designed and built) and permanent seating for 2,500. It is a full-service velodrome with warm-up rooms and multipurpose rooms for event organisers. In 2022, it became the first UCI Satellite Center in the western hemisphere.

Beach Volleyball - Pigeon Point Beach
One of the iconic beaches for the many visitors to Tobago, Pigeon Point Beach is located in the south-west area of Tobago and is one of its most popular beaches in Tobago. Within the northern side of this paradise, a court will be laid using 40 tonnes of washed sand (1 competition court and 1 warm up court), which will be surrounded by stands which will have a seating capacity of 1000 spectators.

Triathlon - Buccoo Beach Facility
Buccoo Bay is located on the southwest tip of Tobago. In this area, 7km2 of marine park, five flat reefs that enclose a shallow lagoon and a mangrove swamp can be found.

Fast 5 Netball and Rugby Sevens - Shaw Park Cultural Complex (SPC)
Shaw Park Cultural Complex is a fan-shaped multi-purpose facility located in the capital of Tobago, Scarborough. It has a seating capacity of 3800 persons, along with a cafeteria and concession area.