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Wednesday, 20 July 2022

5 Best Cricket Stadiums in India (2022)


5 Best Cricket Stadiums in India (2022)

As we all know, cricket is one of the most favored sports in India, and it's played on every road road, but the best of cricket  is played in stadiums. As we love cricket so much, we've several stadiums, and some of them are simply amazing. 

Still, it does n’t matter; you have surely visited some of the best stadiums in India, If you're a cricket  nut. Between razzle- radiance and inception of playing auctioning and opening and ending observances, the venue of the match goes fully unnoticed. Then we give you the details of the 5 best cricket stadiums in India. 

1. Eden Gardens, Kolkata 


This is one of the oldest cricket stadium encyclopedically located in the middle of Kolkata and also happens to have hosted some of the most iconic moments for justice suckers. It was erected in 1864, and it's India's First ever justice colosseum with a hosting capacity of  80,000 people. 

This stadiums has some of the best recollections as the only player who took a hat trick then's our living legend Kapil Dev in 1991. It also has the recollections of triumph and pride thanks toV.V.S Laxman for his 281 against Australia. 

Built – In - 1864

First-Ever Match- India v England – Jan 5-8, 1934

Capacity- 80,000

2. Chidambaram Stadium (Chennai)


It's one of the oldest stadiums built- in 1916, and it was formerly known as Madra Cricket Club Ground. For your information, it has been the home ground of the Chennai Super lords IPL Team since 2008. 

It might not be the best Cricket Stadium in India, but Sachin’s near-perfect 136, an innings in which he combat not just a bright Pakistani strike but his own body. This stadium also had the record of Sehwag's fastest triadic century in 278 balls. He's the third player to score a triadic century after Donald Bradman and Brian Lara. 

Built-In- 1916

First-Ever Match-  India v England – Feb 10-13, 1934

Capacity- 38,000

3. Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad 


This Narendra Modi Cricket stadium is the world's largest justice stadium, before known as Sardar Patel Stadium. It was repaired in 2020 into a world- class sports complex and started by hosting the test Day/ Night match Between India and England. This colosseum was also part of last time's IPL final. 

The ground itself is relatively balanced and has seen some iconic moments like England’s 81 all out in the D/ N test, Rishabh Pant’s rear scoop off James Anderson on the way to a swashbuckling century and Axar Patel’s 20 lattices in two test matches then. But this is just the morning. Surely, there are numerous further amazing moments to come. 

Built-In – 1983

First-Ever Match-  India vs Australia, Oct 5, 1984

Capacity- 1,32,000

4. Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 


It's considered one of the best cricket stadiums in India as Wankhede Stadium is one of the oldest we have. It has the memory of Suni Gavasar’s last appearance for India as we're chasing for 256 against England in 2002. This colosseum is located in the middle of the busy megacity and the home ground of Sachin Tendulkar, Sunil Gavaskar, Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, and some of the iconic players in Indian cricket team. 

It was erected in 1975, and it covers a vast area of 35,000 square measures. The pitch of this ground is traditionally incentive friendly. It's one of the best cricket stadium in India. 

Built-In- 1975

First-Ever Match- India v West Indies – Jan 23-29, 1975

Capacity- 44,000

5. Feroz Shah Kotla Ground, Delhi 

General View of the The Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi, India.  Picture by James Boardmann

This stadium has one of the best recollections of Anil Kumble 10- 74 and is one of the top cricket stadium in India. The staduim has been in working condition since 1883 and it's the home ground of Delhi Capital, the IPL platoon. Feroz Shah Kotla Ground is the alternate oldest stadium in India after Eden Gardens. 

The ICC controlled out this stadium as the pitch was unfit to play the match in the 2009, and it has been prohibit for 12 months. All has been well since it came behind as one of the hosting stadiums for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. 

Built In- 1883

First Ever Match- India v West Indies – Nov 10 -14, 1948

Capacity- 48,000

This is each about the Best Cricket stadiums in India, and these 5 are the best in the world. These cricket stadiums have some simply indelible recollections. 

I'm a cricket fan staying in Delhi and looking forward to a cricket match in these stadiums.

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