Pakistan's Best Cricket Grounds From Karachi's National Stadium and Lahore's Gaddafi Stadium to Sialkot and Gujranwala's Jinnah Venues, we'll present a comprehensive list of Pakistan's top cricket stadiums below.
India's Best International Cricket Grounds 1 Specification: 1. Eden Gardens: Eden Gardens is one of India's oldest cricket stadiums. In the IPL, it serves as the Bengal cricket team's home venue. 2. M.A. Chidambaram Stadium: 2. Feroz Shah Kotla Ground: 3. Brabourne Stadium receives a five-star rating. Green Park Stadium, 5th: The final stadium on our list is Green Park Stadium in Mumbai. It has a four-star rating.
Eden Gardens was built in 1934 by the government of India for the Indian Test cricket team to play its home games. It is named after Lord Eden, who at that time was the British ambassador to India. The stadium has a capacity of 55,000 people and has been used for international matches and major domestic tournaments such as the Indian Premier League.
It is known as the "Garden of Cricket". The stadium has an open stand with a single row of seats behind it. There are no reserved seating areas at Eden Gardens. However, there are several luxury boxes available for sale or lease. The main advantage of playing at Eden Gardens is its location in Kolkata (then Calcutta), which is well connected to other parts of India by rail and road. The stadium is also very close to several local shopping malls and restaurants.
The M.A. Chidambaram Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Chennai (formerly called Madras). It is used mostly for cricket matches.
Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi Capitals/Arenas/Stadiums, India.
The Arun Jaitley Stadium is a sports complex in New Delhi, India. It is home to the Delhi Capitals cricket team and the ACC Gymnastics Centre. The stadium opened its doors to the public for its first event on 21 February 2015 when Delhi won the inaugural match of the IPL against Mumbai Indians by eight wickets.
It has been designed by Harsha Malhotra and is located in Gurgaon near Delhi airport. The stadium has been built at a cost of Rs 400 crore (US$ 60 million). It has been praised for its innovative design and environment-friendly features such as solar panels for electricity production and water recycling systems. The stadium has also been awarded 'Greenfield Project' status by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) for its low environmental impact during construction.
Key features of the stadium include a roof made up of tensile fabric tubes with LED lights attached, which reduces energy consumption compared to normal roofs; a water recycling system that uses condensation to produce clean drinking water for free; and solar panels that generate around 6% of the stadium's total energy requirements.
Cricket Stadium of the Punjab Cricket Association. Stadium of the Maharashtra Cricket Association The Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium is located in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Punjab Kings/Arenas/Stadiums/Stadiums/Thekas: This is a list of all known cricket stadiums in India named after former kings or royal families.
The first known cricket ground in India was established in Calcutta (now Kolkata) in 1832. It was called Eden Gardens because it was built by the government of Bengal on land donated by John Edensor Littleton, then governor of Bengal. This is also where the Indian Premier League's Eden Gardens cricket stadium is located.
In 1845, Lord Harris, the then Governor of Madras (now Chennai) bought a parcel of land for £5000 and had a cricket ground built there too. This is how two cricket grounds came into existence in India at almost the same time. One of these grounds was called Madras Cricket Ground while the other was called Bombay (now Mumbai) Cricket Ground. After many changes, including renaming several times, the present day MCA Stadium in Chepauk, Chennai, has been operating since 1911. The original ground no longer exists but has been replaced by a new one.
The stadium is located in the Multan suburbs along Vehari Road. It's mostly utilized for cricket games. With a capacity of 35,000, it is Pakistan's largest stadium. The first match was played here on 16 February 1955, when Pakistan defeated India by an innings and 130 runs.
The stadium has been used for various other events as well, including music concerts, art exhibitions, and political rallies. In 2007, it hosted the World Twenty20 cricket tournament where several matches were held at the stadium.
It has been criticized for its poor maintenance and lack of facilities such as bathrooms for fans. However, it is still used as a major venue for international cricket matches and many domestic tournaments are also held there annually.
Multan is one of the oldest cities in Pakistan and dates back to around A.D. 200. It was once part of the great Indus River Valley civilization, which included what are now parts of India and Pakistan. The city was founded by one of the Arab Muslim conquerors, Muhammad Bin Qasim, and he named it "Quetta" after his native town in Arabia. Later, it became known as "Muhajir Quwa Tajudin" which means "the capital for migrants".
|Army Stadium||10,000||Pakistan Army|
|Asghar Ali Shah Cricket Stadium||8,000||Karachi cricket clubs|
|Ayub National Stadium||20,000||Baluchistan cricket team|
|Bahawal Stadium||15,000||Pakistan Cricket Team|
|Naval Sports Complex||1,000||Sports complex|
|National Bank of Pakistan Sports Complex||1,000||Cricket|
Stadiums in use
|1||Narendra Modi Stadium||India, Gujarat|
|2||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Australia, Victoria, Melbourne Stars|
|3||Eden Gardens||India, Bengal, Kolkata Knight Riders|
|4||Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium||India, Chhattisgarh, Delhi Capitals|