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10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World

Cricket is a popular game so the Big/ Largest Cricket Stadiums, and it has been followed by millions in the world. Hence it is a must to have a larger capacity stadium to accommodate so many people to watch the game. Cricket has been a religion in India and it should not be surprising to have three out of five largest stadiums in the world are situated in India. The rest two are in Australia, which also should not be a surprise as well. So let us know about these five stadiums along with their capacity to accommodate crazy cricket fans.

Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World:

Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad, India

motera stadium

The Motera Stadium is now one of the biggest stadiums in the world, with a seating capacity of almost 1,10,000. It has surpassed the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to become the number one in the world. It is built on an estimated cost of around 700 crores. Furthermore, it consists of 76 corporate boxes, An Olympic-size swimming pool, Four-team dressing rooms, and A state-of-the-art club. Motera Stadium will bring Ahmedabad and India on the sporting map of the world with a total number of 11 cricket pitches.

Raipur International Cricket Stadium, Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India

Raipur Cricket Stadium

This is actually a relatively new stadium in the cricket world. This stadium has the capacity to accommodate 65, 000 fans at a single time and it was opened in the year 2008. The first ever match was played on this ground was actually an unofficial one-day match between the Chhattisgarh Ranji team against the Canada touring team. The stadium is equipped with the best facilities and it has been a home ground for the IPL team Delhi Daredevils.

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi, Kerala, India

Jawahar lal nehru stadium Kochi

The Cochin Development Authority is the owner of this stadium down south in India. The Jawharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi is one of the biggest cricket stadiums not only in India but also in the World as well with a holding capacity of around 70, 000 cricket fans. The stadium has given India some of the memorable and thumping win and also a remarkable tie match against the Proteas in early 2000s.

ANZ Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

ANZ Stadium, Sydney

Actually, it is not a full-fledged cricket stadium, but it has held only two international T20 games, hence it has found a place in this list. The Stadium has the capacity to accommodate 78, 000 fans and it is a multi-purpose stadium as rugby and football are also the part of this stadium. The Big Bash team Sydney Thunder hosts its home games here.

The Eden Gardens, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Eden Gardens, Kolkata

One of the best, one of the oldest and one of the most respected and loved stadiums of the cricketing world is the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. It used to hold over 100, 000 fans once upon a time, but then this 1864 built stadium went through a restructuring plan and now it can accommodate around 80 to 85 thousand fans. The stadium has found memories, especially when the home team India made a grand comeback after being followed on in 2001 and winning a test match against the mighty Aussies thanks to 376 runs partnership between VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid. The Eden Gardens is also a home ground for the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

The biggest of them all! After the revamped and reduced capacity of the Eden Gardens the Melbourne Cricket Ground fondly called as MCG is the only cricket stadia which can hold over a 100, 000 cricket fans. The stadium is also a national pride for the Australians as well. With the 3 tiered Great Southern Stand, MCG has given us warm memories for years. The boxing day test matches are the most awaited matches for the MCG crowd over the years.

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad, India

10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World

The Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium was earlier known as the Visaka International Cricket Stadium Ground. This stadium is situated in Hyderabad with a land stretch across 16 acres. It has a total capacity of 55,000. The first cricket match held in this stadium was a test match between India and New Zealand. It is also the home ground of IPL team Sunrise Hyderabad. Even the final matches of 2017 and 2019 Indian Premier League were held here. 

Perth Stadium, Western Australia

10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World

Perth Stadium is a multi use stadium situated in Western Australia, in the suburb of Burswood. This stadium is mostly used for Cricket and Australian League Football (AFL). It is the home ground of Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League. This stadium has a seating capacity of 60,000. Currently, this stadium is hosting only test matches. One of the recent matches was a test series between India and Australia. Out of all the matches, the second test match was played at the new Perth Stadium. 

Greenfield International Stadium, Kerala, India

10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World

It is a multi-purpose stadium located in Trivandrum (Kerala) that majorly hosts Cricket and Football matches. The first match ever held in this stadium was a T20 international between India and NewZealand in 2017. Moving on to the first ODI, it was held in 2018 between India and WestIndies. This stadium has a seating capacity of almost 55,000. 

Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia

10 Biggest Cricket Stadiums In The World

Sydney Cricket Ground, located in Sydney Australia is widely known as SCG. This stadium is used for various purposes like Cricket, Rugby, Australian Rules Football. This stadium is known for hosting one of the famous ODI and test matches. It is the same place where the 2015 World Cup semi-finals was played between hosts Australia and India. This stadium has a capacity of 48,000.

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