- 1 Wankhede Stadium Map
- 1.1 Basic Details about Wankhede Stadium
- 18.104.22.168.1 Full Name: Wankhede Stadium
- 22.214.171.124.2 Location: D Road, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra India
- 126.96.36.199.3 Nearest Commuting Point: Churchgate Railway Station
- 188.8.131.52.4 Established in 1974
- 184.108.40.206.5 Owner: The Mumbai Cricket Association
- 220.127.116.11.6 Operator: The Mumbai Cricket Association
- 18.104.22.168.7 Wankhede Stadium Capacity: 33, 482 fans
- 22.214.171.124.8 Contractors: Billimoria and Company
- 126.96.36.199.9 Upgraded: in 2010 for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final
- 188.8.131.52.10 Tenants: Indian Cricket Team, Mumbai Cricket Team and Mumbai Indians
- 184.108.40.206.11 End Names: Garware Pavilion End and Tata End
- 220.127.116.11.12 First Test Match: India Vs West Indies from 23rd to 29th January, 1975
- 18.104.22.168.13 First One Day International: India Vs Sri Lanka on 17th January, 1987
- 22.214.171.124.14 First Twenty20 International: India Vs England on 22nd December, 2012
- 1.2 More about Wankhede Stadium
- 1.3 Wankhede Stadium Records
- 1.1 Basic Details about Wankhede Stadium
If the Eden Gardens is the ‘home of Indian cricket’ then Wankhede Stadium is the jewel of Indian cricket. But technically, Wankhede Stadium can be called as the home of Indian cricket as the headquarters of the BCCI is just around the corner from this stadia. Let us know more about this stadium through this article.
Wankhede Stadium Map
Basic Details about Wankhede Stadium
Full Name: Wankhede Stadium
Location: D Road, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra India
Nearest Commuting Point: Churchgate Railway Station
Established in 1974
Owner: The Mumbai Cricket Association
Operator: The Mumbai Cricket Association
Wankhede Stadium Capacity: 33, 482 fans
Contractors: Billimoria and Company
Upgraded: in 2010 for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final
Tenants: Indian Cricket Team, Mumbai Cricket Team and Mumbai Indians
End Names: Garware Pavilion End and Tata End
First Test Match: India Vs West Indies from 23rdto 29th January, 1975
First One Day International: India Vs Sri Lanka on 17th January, 1987
First Twenty20 International: India Vs England on 22nd December, 2012
More about Wankhede Stadium
Prior to the World War II, the test matches in Mumbai used to be played at the Bombay Gymkhana Ground. After the World War II the test matches were shifted to the Brabourne Stadium, which was owned by the Cricket Club of India. After the 1973 test match between India and England the dispute between CCI and Mumbai Cricket Association became severe over the allocations of tickets. Hence the then secretary of Mumbai Cricket Association and eminent politician S. K. Wankhede decided to have a new stadium, which will be exclusively owned by the Mumbai Cricket Association.
Wankhede Stadium Records
The land was chosen near the Churchgate Railway Station and the stadium was built in a record six months time and the first test match on the stadium was played in 1974. The stadium is named after the then President of the Mumbai Cricket Association, Seshrao Wankhede.
The Wankhede Stadium has seen many historical moments like Clive Lloyd’s 242*, India’s first test victory at Wankhede against New Zealand in 1976, Sunil Gavaskar’s 205 against West Indies, Alvin Kallicharan’s 187, Ian Botham’s fantastic test century and 16 wickets in the Jubilee test of 1980, Vinod Kambli’s 224 against England in 1993, Ravi Shastri’s six sixes in a Ranji Trophy game against Baroda and Sachin Tendulkar’s last test match in 2013.
In 2010 the stadium was renovated according to the ICC rules and regulations, so that it can host the ICC World Cup Finals in 2011. India won that final and lift the World Cup after 28 years under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Here are the records of Wankhede Stadium in Various Format.
- Highest total: 631-all out by India against England in the 2016/17 season.
- Lowest total: 93 by Australia against India in the 2004/05 season.
- The highest partnership at the Wankhede Stadium is 298 by DB Vengsarkar and RJ Shastri for India against Australia in the 1986/87 season.
- Sunil Gavaskar (1122 runs) has scored the most Test runs, followed by Sachin Tendulkar (921) and Dilip Vengsarkar (631).
- Anil Kumble (38 wickets), R Ashwin (30 wickets) and Kapil Dev (28)
- Highest total: 438/4 by South Africa against India in the 2015 One Day International Series, then 358/6 by New Zealand, 299/4 by India and Sri Lanka 289/7.
- Lowest total: 115 all out by Bangladesh against India in the 1998 season.
Sachin Tendulkar (455 runs) has scored the most ODI runs, followed by Mohammed Azharuddin (302) and Rahul Dravid (246).
- Venkatesh Prasad (15 wickets), Anil Kumble (12) and Harbhajan Singh (9).
- Highest total: 230/8 by England against South Africa in the ICC World Twenty20 2016.
- Lowest total: 135/7 by Sri Lanka against India in 24 Dec 2017(3rd match in 3 match t20 series).
- JE Root of England (131) scored the most scores,followed by V Kohli of India (127),CH Gayle of West Indies(104)
The stadium has these stands
- Sunil Gavaskar Stand
- North Stand
- Vijay Merchant Stand
- Sachin Tendulkar Stand
- MCA Stand
- Vitthal Divecha Stand
- Garware Stand
- Grand Stand
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