The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is a premier cricket venue that has hosted numerous international matches since its inception in 1974. After several renovations, it can now hold up to 32,000 spectators, down from 45,000 when it was first built. When the West Indies toured India in 1974, this stadium hosted its first cricket Test match.
Maharashtra Cricket association stadium
Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium (now Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium) is a cricket stadium in Gahunje, Maharashtra, India. It was finished in March 2012 at a cost of Rs. 1.50 billion, is spread over 35 acres, and is maintained by the Maharashtra Cricket Association. Apart from Indian Premier League and National Trophy matches, it has hosted a few One Day Internationals and T-20 matches.
JSCA international stadium complex
Jharkhand States Cricket Association International Cricket Stadium, or JSCA International Cricket Stadium, is located in the eastern state of India and was built to host international cricket matches. Since its inception in 2011, the Jharkhand State Cricket Association has owned and operated the complex. The complex was built as a result of a dispute between Tata Steel Limited and the Jharkhand States Cricket Association.
The Eden Gardens is one of India’s most recognisable cricket grounds, operated by the Cricket Association of Bengal and owned by the Indian Army. It first opened in 1864. The stadium also serves as a venue for association football matches. It hosts Test, One-Day International (ODI), and Twenty-Twenty-Inches (T20I) matches. The Eden Garden is known as “Cricket’s answer to the Colosseum.” The Eden Garden, along with Lord’s, became the second stadium to host the World Cup Finals in 1987. The stadium’s clubhouse is known as “The B.C. Roy Club House,” after Dr. B. C. Roy, the former Chief Minister of West Bengal.
Arun Jaitley stadium
The Arun Jaitley Stadium, formerly known as the Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, is one of India’s premier cricket venues. Many cricketers have set and broken records on the ground, and some of those records still stand. It was founded in 1883 and hosted the first international match between India and the West Indies in 1948. It has played a significant role in hosting major cricket matches at all three Cricket World Cups hosted by India. It is the second oldest active cricket ground in India, located next to the Eden Gardens, and was formerly known as “Willingdon Pavilion,” owned and governed by the DDCA (Delhi District Cricket Association).
M Chinnaswamy stadium
The M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru, Karnataka, is one of India’s most important cricket venues. It is located in the city centre and has seen almost every format of cricket, including Test Matches, One Day Internationals, T-20s, and all other forms of First-class cricket. It is home to the Karnataka state cricket team as well as the Indian Premier League franchise “Royal Challengers Bangalore.”
Green park stadium
Green Park Stadium in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, is a well-known multi-purpose stadium that has hosted numerous international cricket matches. The Green Park stadium was named after a British lady named ‘Madam Green,’ who used to ride horses in the 1940s. The stadium, which opened in 1945, is also known as the ‘Billiards Table.’ The stadium is managed by the Sports Department of Uttar Pradesh and serves as the home of the Uttar Pradesh cricket team.
Jawaharlal nehru stadium
The Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium in Kochi, Kerala, is also known as the Kaloor International Stadium. This stadium, which opened in 1996, hosts both cricket and football matches. This stadium has hosted numerous international cricket matches. It is the home ground of Kerala’s state cricket team and Kerala Blasters F.C., which competes in the Indian Super League. The venue also hosts major exhibitions, film festivals, and other large gatherings, and it has 109 Executive Suites.
Fatorda Stadium is a well-known multi-purpose venue in Goa that hosts both national and international sporting events all year. It primarily hosts football and cricket matches. The Sports Authority of Goa operates and owns Fatorda Stadium. It first opened its doors in 1989 and was renovated again in 2014. It has been updated to FIFA standards and has adequate seating capacity, including a VIP and VVIP area.
Nehru Stadium, located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, is a well-known stadium in India. It is also known as the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, after the country’s first Prime Minister. The stadium is primarily used for cricket, football, basketball, and Kho-Kho events. It was founded in 1964 and is owned and operated by the Indore Municipal Corporation.