The 18 Biggest Cricket Stadiums in India

As we all know, cricket is a sport that is played all over India, meaning that there are bound to be an array of fantastic cricket stadiums spread out around the country. We are going to take a look a closer look at some of the best as knowing about each stadium can help you when it comes to your online cricket betting.

Wankhede StadiumDiscover everything from the history to the most entertaining matches played at Mumbai's international cricket stadium known as Wankhede stadium.
Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumLocated in Nagpur, Maharashtra, the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium has the largest field area in India and one of three in Nagpur.
Saurashtra Cricket Association StadiumThe city of Rajkot holds the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium. For Gujarat, it's the first stadium to be powered through solar energy and it's highly praised as a state-of-the-art stadium.
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumYou can find the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium in the state of Uttarakhand, in Dehradun. However, it also shares its name with the stadium found in Telangana.
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket StadiumOut of the five cricket grounds found in the area of Hyderabad, the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is one of them and also one of the largest in the country.
Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra StadiumThere are three stadiums found in Mohali, Punjab. The Pubjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium is one of them, and more commonly known as the Mohali Stadium.
M. Chinnaswamy StadiumFound in the heart of Bangalore, Karnataka, M. Chinnaswamy Stadium generates most of its energy through solar panels and has over 50 years of history.
Maharashtra Cricket Association StadiumOn the outskirts of Pune, in the state of Maharashtra, you can find the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, more commonly known as the Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium.
M. A. Chidambaram StadiumFound in Chennai, the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium is the second oldest cricket stadium in India. You might know this stadium as the Madras Cricket Club Ground or the Chepauk Stadium before it was rebranded.
Holkar Cricket StadiumIn the heart of Indore, Holkar Stadium can be found. The stadium was previously known as the Maharani Usharaje Trust Cricket Ground.
Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association StadiumSituated 1,457m above sea level in Himachal Pradesh, you can find the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium as one of two cricket stadiums in the state.
Green Park StadiumThe city of Kanpur is home to one of the international-standard cricket stadiums in Uttar Pradesh, known as Green Park.
Greenfield International StadiumLocated on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram, the Greenfield International Stadium (or also known as the Sports Hub) is the seventh largest stadium in India.
Arun Jaitley StadiumThe Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, better known as the Arun Jaitley Stadium, is well worth a visit as it's the second oldest functioning international cricket stadium in India.
Eden GardensBuilt in 1864, Eden Gardens in Kolkata is the oldest and the second-largest functioning cricket stadium in India. With over 150 years of history, it is well worth a visit if you get the chance.
Brabourne StadiumAs one of three stadiums in Mumbai, Brabourne Stadium comes a close second to Wankhede for the total capacity available in the stadium.
Barsapara StadiumNicknamed the Assam Cricket Association Stadium, this stadium is hailed as one of the finest in the country, with many up-to-date facilities.
Barabati StadiumIn the heart of Cuttack, the Barabati Stadium is just over six decades old and is the oldest stadium found in the state of Odisha.

What Type of Information Will You Find?

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The information that you will find includes the history of the stadium, its architecture, historic matches that have taken place there, the best time to visit, as well as some tips for visiting the venue in question. In short, we will supply you with a whole array of interesting information about some of the best stadiums in India.

These Are the Stadiums That We Will Be Looking At

Below we have listed all the stadiums that we will be looking at in closer detail. If you want to learn more about a particular one, simply click on the name and you will be transported to the dedicated page.

Stadium Established Capacity Location
Eden Gardens 1864 68,000 Kolkata
M. A. Chidambaram Stadium 1916 50,000 Chennai
Feroz Shah Kotla Ground 1883 41,820 Delhi
Brabourne Stadium 1937 25,000 Mumbai
Green Park Stadium 1945 32,000 Kanpur
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium 1969 40,000 Bengalaru
Wankhede Stadium 1974 33,108 Mumbai
Barabati Stadium 1958 45,000 Cuttack
Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium 1993 26,000 Mohali
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium 2003 55,000 Hyderabad
Holkar Stadium 1990 30,000 Indore
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium 1929 45,000 Nagpur
Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium 2012 37,406 Pune
Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium 2008 28,000 Gujarat
Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium 2003 23,000 Dharamshala
Barsapara Stadium 2012 40,000 Barsapara
Greenfield International Stadium 2015 50,000 Thiruvananthapuram
Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium 2016 25,000 Dehradun