Visit the 10 Best Cricket Stadium in India

India has a capacity of 49 cricket sites worldwide, some of which are the world's biggest cricket stadium in India, the cricket stadium has been strengthened by springs and limits for facilities. In recent in India, not just the foreign teams, but also remarks and the International Cricket Council have been quite welcome. These stadiums are the best cricket stadium in India.
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India has a capacity of 49 cricket sites worldwide, some of which are the world’s biggest cricket stadium in India, the cricket stadium has been strengthened by springs and limits for facilities. In recent in India, not just the foreign teams, but also remarks and the International Cricket Council have been quite welcome. These stadiums are the best cricket stadium in India.

Check out the list of top 10 cricket stadium in India

1. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

The international Rajiv Gandhi cricket stadium is located in Uppal and is Hyderabad’s main cricket stadium. The Cricket Association Hyderabad and Sunrisers Hyderabad franchise IPL reside there. It is situated here. To begin building, 43 cores were paid in advance, and hence the stadium was renamed the International Cricket Level Visakha.

Stadium Capacity: 25000

Year Built: 2016

 

2.  Greenfield International Stadium

Greenfield International Stadium

Trivandrum is the international multipurpose sports complex in Kerala, the Greenfield International Stadium, or the Sports Centre. The stadium is primarily used for matches in cricket and football.

Stadium Capacity: 55000

Year Built: 2015

 

3. JSCA International Cricket Stadium

JSCA International Cricket Stadium

The International Cricket Stadium is in Ranchi, India, the Jharkhand States Cricket Association. The Chennai Super Kings IPL franchise and the Jharkhand cricket team are at home.

Stadium Capacity: 50000

Year Built: 2003

 

4. Barabati Stadium

Barabati Stadium

The Barabati Stadium in Cuttack, Odisha is an embodiment of a recreational stadium. The Odisha Cricket team has hosted numerous international cricket matches at this stage. This stadium is managed by the Odisha Cricket Association and also used by the Santosh Trophy National Football Association and the first football matches in the Odisha League. Odisha Cricket Association.

Stadium Capacity: 45,000

Year Built: 1958

 

5. Wankhede Stadium

Wankhede Stadium

The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is a cricket stadium. The stadium currently has a capacity of 33,108 following expansion for the 2011 World Cup. The Stadium could hold 45,000 fans until the upgrade. The Wankhede Stadium is the evidence for many high profile matches.

Stadium Capacity: 33108

Year Built: 1974

 

6. Green Park Stadium

Green Park Stadium

The Green Park Stadium in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, and the Uttar Pradesh Cricket Team is the floodlit Cricket Stadium. This stadium belongs to Uttar Pradesh Government and is managed by the Cricket Association of Uttar Pradesh. The stadium was named after the British Lady – Mrs. Green, who toured it on horse riding.

Stadium Capacity: 32000

Year Built: 1945

 

7. Feroz Shah Kotla Ground

New Delhi, the second oldest stadium in India, still active after the Kolkata Eden Gardens, is the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground. It belongs to the Delhi Association of District Cricket.

Stadium Capacity: 41820

Year Built: 1883

 

8. M.A. Chidambaram Stadium

M.A. Chidambaram Stadium

The stadium M.A. Chidambaram is the 3rd oldest in India, built in the town of Chennai, named after Mr. M.A. Chidambaram, former President of BCCI. It was the home of the Indian Premier League’s Tamil Nadu cricket team and it was called Chennai Super Kings.

Stadium Capacity: 50000

Year Built: 1916

 

9. Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens is believed to be the oldest cricket stadium in India. The Bengal Cricket Team, under the name Kolkata Runners, stays in the IPL. This cricket stadium is not officially named India’s cricket base. It was named after Eden Gardens, one of Kolkata’s oldest parks.

Stadium Capacity: 68000

Year Built: 1864

 

10. Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium

The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium is a splendid stadium in the Himachal Pradesh, with picturesque views. The city of Dalai Lama is recognized worldwide as the city of origin. This stadium is home to the Himachal Pradesh Cricket team in the Ranji Trophy and was host to matches in a few matches with Kings XI Punjab.

Stadium Capacity: 25000

Year Built: 2003

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