Best Cricket Stadium In The World

Narendra Modi Stadium


With a seating capacity of 1,32,000, it is one of the few stadiums to have LED lights in the stadium instead of the conventional tower floodlights. The stadium was first constructed in 1983, after which it was demolished and reconstructed completely in 2020. The roof is a PTFE membrane designed to be lightweight and separate from the seating to allow it to be earthquake-resistant


Location:Ahmedabad, India


Melbourne Cricket Ground

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 26: A general view of the large crowd during day one of the Fourth Ashes Test Match between Australia and England at Melbourne Cricket Ground on December 26, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

It was built in 1853 and has hosted a multitude of important sports events like the 1956 Summer Olympics, 2006 Commonwealth Games, and the 1992 and 2015 Cricket World Cups. The stadium provides stunning views of the city and into Yarra Park.


Location: Melbourne, Australia

Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India

Established in 1864, it is the oldest cricket stadium in India which is why it is called “the Mecca of Indian cricket”.It was named after the Eden sisters of Lord Auckland, the then governor-general of India, and the stands were named after prominent cricketers and soldiers of India.


Location:Kolkata, India

Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium

It is the second home venue for the Indian Premier League team Delhi Daredevils. The stadium is named after Veer Narayan Singh Binjhwar, a landlord from Sonakhan who spearheaded the 1857 war Indian independence in Chhattisgarh. It has newly updated facilities and is considered one of the best sports grounds in the country despite not having hosted an international event yet.


Location:Raipur, India

Perth Stadium

It has hosted multiple important sporting leagues as well as large-scale cultural events and concerts. Its location is adjacent to the Fremantle sea, allowing the users to enjoy not only the vista but also the breeze to fight the scorching heat. The stadium was a project that rejuvenated the waste ground of the city and converted it into a vibrant and lively park and cultural hub.


Location:Perth, Australia

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

The proof that Indians consider cricket a religion, is clearly reflected by the fact that there is a temple inside this stadium to ensure that the home team does not lose the match. The stadium was considered to be jinxed for the team due to incorrect orientations of the dressing rooms according to Vastu Dosham (Hindu architectural design outlines).


Location:Hyderabad, India

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

The stadium’s unique feature is its roof which is made of high corrosion and oxidation resistant Galvalume sheets with M.S. trusses. Furthermore, the roof holds the potential of housing solar panels to help power the stadium facilities, which will be installed soon.


Location:Kochi, India

DY Patil Stadium

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“Since its opening, the stadium has hosted multiple IPL matches and is the home to the IPL team Mumbai Indians. It has also hosted notable cultural events such as concerts. The unique feature of the stadium is that it has a cantilevered full wing roof, which ensures an unobstructed view for all. The roof is made of a fabric imported from Germany.


Location:Navi Mumbai

Adelaide Oval

It was built in 1871,The stadium has grown to become a landmark in urban design and an icon for sports architecture in Australia. The site was an existing social and cultural buzzing that has been enhanced since the stadium’s construction.


Location:Adelaide, Australia

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) is the youngest cricket stadium among the best cricket stadiums.The stadium is home of Kings XI Punjab for IPL games and the Himachal Pradesh cricket team in Ranji Trophy games. Soon after its establishment, HPCA became the center of attraction. So, later in 2009, it was again refurbished and expanded up to 23,000 seats.


Location:Dharamshala, India

Old Trafford Cricket Ground

“The stadium has been called Emirates Old Trafford since 2013 after tieing sponsorship deal with airline company Emirates.In domestic cricket, it is home to the Lancashire county cricket club. It is the second oldest Test ground in England after Oval and has a rich history in Test cricket.Likewise, Old Trafford holds the record for hosting most World Cup matches (17) and semi-finals (5).”


Location:Manchester, England

Kensington Oval

Kensington Oval, located in Barbados, is arguably the most loved and best cricket venue in the Caribbean region.The venue also has other sports facilities, but it’s mainly famous for cricketing actions. For building a new stadium, the stadium closed in 2004
Location:Barbados, West Indies

Sydney Cricket Ground

One of the famous landmarks of world cricket, the green-roofed Ladies Pavillion built in 1896, is the most notable feature of SCG. Likewise, there are two impressive mounds on the opposite side of the Brewongle stand, and original Members stand The Hill and Paddington Hill. The ground has rich cricketing moments. Sir Donald Bradman scored his then First-Class world record 452 runs in SCG. Later, Brian Lara scored a record 501 on that ground in 1994.
Location:Sydney, Australia

The Imperial Wanderers Stadium

The Imperial Wanders Stadium earned the nickname Bullring due to its bull ring style design and intimidating atmosphere for the visiting teams.The high stands occupy most of the stadium, but few small grassed areas are most popular among spectators. To replace Old Wanderers Stadium, Imperial Wanders was built in 1956 with 34,000 seating capacity.
Location:Johannesburg, South Africa

The Oval

The Oval has been home to Surrey County Cricket Club since its establishment in 1845. However, it is also ground where England’s test history all began.In 1980 it became the first England stadium to host international test cricket matches.
Location:London, England

Greenfield International Stadium

Greenfield is India’s first fully eco-friendly stadium and even features its own rainwater-harvesting facility. How amazing is that!

JSCA International Stadium

JSCA is a big ground with a typically Indian spinners wicket, so lower T20 scores around 150 can be highly competitive.The G is the biggest cricket stadium in the world based on boundary size – that means when somebody belts a six at this ground, you know it was well hit!.The square boundary is set at 86.235 metres and the straight boundary at 83.43 metres.

Rose Bowl

England’s second-oldest test ground has hosted plenty of memorable moments on the pitch including the “ball of the century” from Australia’s Shane Warne in 1993 and Jim Laker’s astonishing match figures of 19 for 90
Location:Manchester, UK

The Gabba

Normally boasting an excellent batting track, the Gabba also offers a hostile environment for the opposition—especially in the traditional Ashes opener. Recent “concrete-isation” has led to a loss of intimacy.A fortress for the Aussies, who haven’t lost a Test here since 1988, the ground hosted the first-ever tied Test in 1955 against the West Indies back and the inaugural T20 international Down Under.
Location:Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Feroz Shah Kotla

Delhi fans have seen many ups and downs over the years. Euphoric highs such as Anil Kumble taking all 10 wickets in one innings mix with the embarrassing low of a 2009 ODI against Sri Lanka being abandoned due to a poor pitch.Something of a concrete jungle dominated by the huge Stadium End stand that looks like a multi-storey car park.
Location:Delhi, India

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