Best Brands for Sports Accessories


The number 1 top sports equipment company is Nike, Inc. Blue Ribbon Sports, Inc was founded as an American multinational corporation in 1964.University of Oregon track athlete Phil Knight and his coach Bill Bowerman established this company and later changed its name to Nike in 1971.Initially, the company served as a distributor for the Japanese shoe brand Onitsuka Tiger. Unfortunately, this relationship with the brand ended in 1971. However, by 1980, Nike had attained a 50% market share in U.S. athletic shoe market.
Founded: January 25, 1964
Based In:Oregon, United States


On our number 2 is a German multinational firm, Adidas. The company was founded in 1924 and designs and manufactures shoes, clothing, and accessories.Adolf “Adi” Dassler founded the company. After returning from World War I, he made sports shoes in his mother’s laundry room. Later in 1924, his brother Rudolf joined his business with “Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory.The Dassler helped in developing sharp running shoes for numerous athletic events. They traded heavy metal spikes for canvas and rubber to improve the quality.
Founded in 1924
Based in: Germany

Wilson Sporting Goods


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:
American Football: Footballs, Bags
Baseball: Baseballs, Baseball gloves, Protective gear
Basketball: Basketballs, Basketball nets, Bags
Fastpitch: Softballs, Fastpitch gloves, Protective gear
Football/Soccer: Footballs/Soccerballs, Shin guards, Bags
Golf: Golf balls, Golf clubs/irons, Golf gloves, Bags
Pickleball: Pickleballs, Paddles, Bags
Racquet sports: Racquet balls, Badminton racquets, Squash racquets, Shuttlecocks
Tennis: Tennis balls, Tennis rackets, Tennis strings, Tennis stringing machines, Racket grips, Bags”
Founded in: 1913
Based in: Chicago, Illinois, USA


Rossignol Offer-Cycling: Mountain bikes
Skiing: Skis, Ski bindings, Ski boots, Ski helmets, Ski poles, Ski bags, Neck warmers, Skins, Goggles, Gloves
Snowboarding: Snowboards, Splitboards, Snowboard bindings, Snowboard boots, Snowboard helmets, Goggles, Gloves”
Founded in: 1907
Based in: Saint-Jean-de-Moirans, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France


Head Offer-Pickleball: Pickleballs, Paddles, Bags
Racquet sports: Racquet balls, Raquetball racquets, Squash racquets, Racquetball eyewear, Gloves
Skiing: Skis, Ski bindings, Ski boots, Ski helmets, Ski poles, Ski bags, Neck warmers, Skins, Goggles, Gloves
Snowboarding: Snowboards, Splitboards, Snowboard bindings, Snowboard boots, Snowboard helmets, Goggles, Gloves
Tennis: Tennis balls, Tennis rackets, Tennis strings, Racket grips, Bags”
Founded in: 1950
Based in: Kennelbach, Vorarlberg, Austria


Salomon Offer-Skiing: Skis, Ski bindings, Ski boots, Ski helmets, Ski poles, Ski bags
Snowboarding: Snowboards, Splitboards, Snowboard bindings, Snowboard boots, Snowboard helmets”
Founded in: 1947
Based in: Epagny Metz-Tessy, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France



Blizzard Offer-Skiing: Skis, Ski boots, Ski bags
Founded in: 1960
Based in: Giavera del Montello, Veneto, Italy

Fischer Sports


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:
Ice hockey: Player sticks, Goalie sticks, Ice hockey skates, Pucks, Visors, Gloves, Bags
Skiing: Skiing: Skis, Ski bindings, Ski boots, Ski helmets, Ski poles, Ski bags”
Founded in: 1924
Based in: Ried im Innkreis, Upper Austria, Austria


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:
Skiing: Skis, Ski bindings, Ski boots, Ski helmets, Ski poles, Ski bags, Neck warmers, Skins, Goggles, Gloves”
Founded in: 1955
Based in: Altenmarkt im Pongau, State of Salzburg, Austria


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:
Pickleball: Paddles, Overgrips, Bags
Racquet sports: Padelballs, Badminton racquets, Overgrips, Bags
Tennis: Tennis balls, Tennis rackets, Tennis strings, Racket grips, Overgrips, Bags
Founded in: 1875
Based in: Lyon, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:Football/Soccer: Footballs/Soccerballs, Goalkeeper gloves, Shin guards, Bags
Founded in: 1948
Based in: Balingen, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany

Franklin Sports


Sporting Goods & Sporting Equipment offered:
American Football: Footballs, Football gloves
Baseball: Baseballs, Baseball gloves, Protective gear, Base sets, Bags
Basketball: Basketballs, Hoops
Football/Soccer: Footballs/Soccerballs, Goals, Shin guards, Bags
Golf: Golf balls, Golf gloves, Putting green mats
Ice hockey: Pucks, Hockey goals, Hockey sticks, Protective gear
Lacrosse: Lacrosse balls, Lacrosse goals, Lacrosse sticks, Shooting targets
Softball: Softballs, Softball gloves
Volleyball: Volleyballs, Beach volleyballs”
Founded in: 1946
Based in: Stoughton, Massachusetts, USA


We will kick start our list of top sports equipment companies with the company named Brine. W.H. Bine established the company in 1922 as the W.H. Brine Company.The company is based in Milford, Massachusetts, USA. Initially, the Brine family privately owned the company. However, on August 4, 2006, New Balance acquired this company.When the company first started, it produced small sports equipment and uniform. Then, they quickly grew to manufacture lacrosse and soccer equipment. Moreover, Brine became the first to cover the soccer ball with synthetic leather.
Founded in: 1922
Based in:  USA

Bauer Hockey

The Bauer family established The Bauer Hockey company in 1927 in Kitchener, Ontario, USA.Moreover, Bauer manufactures ice hockey equipment, fitness, recreational skates, and apparel. The company’s top line was initially marketed and traded under “Bauer Supreme.”Then in 1994, Bauer started producing the perforated TUUK chassis. The piece of equipment connects the steel blade to the actual boot of the skate.
Founded in: 1927
Based in:New Hampshire, United States

Black Diamond

The Black Diamond is an American-based public company. The company got founded on December 1, 1989, and the Clarus Corporation company owns it. His pistons quickly became famous for their quality, and the Chouinard Equipment Company was born. Then a former group of employees purchased the Chouinard company, and Black Diamond got founded. Additionally, in 1996, Black Diamond Equipment Europe was established in Switzerland.
Founded in: 1989
162 University Ave Palo Alto, CA, US 94301

Avery Dennison

The company was first founded in 1935 as Kum Kleen Products. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Staton Avery were the joint partners of the company. Later in 1937, the company was renamed Avery Adhesive.During the years to follow, the company’s name changed a few times before finally, in 1990, it was renamed Avery Dennison. However, Avery Dennison has the history, brand, log, and full name.”
Founded in 1990
Based in:  USA

Amer Sports

On our, number 3 is the Amer Sports. It is a Finnish sporting goods company founded in 1950.The company was established as a multi-industry company to diversify tobacco trading, ship owners, and publishing. In 1986, the company launched a sports division after acquiring a majority stake in golf supplies.Then in 1974, the Amer bought the hockey gear maker and started to launch into the sports supplies markets. Similarly, three years later, the company received a leading producer of golf clubs, racquets, and other sporting supplies, Wison Sporting Goods Company.
Founded in 1950.
Based in:Finland

Best Indoor Stadium In The World

The Philippine Arena

The arena is owned by the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) institution of the New Era University. The construction of the structure started in August 2011 by the Korean firm Hanwha Engineering and construction was the main contractor and was completed in May 2014 at the cost of $213million. The arena has four floors, and the main ground covering 36,443.6 m2 (392,276 sq ft) and the height reach 65 m (213 ft).The arena has been featured in Discovery Channel showing it as one of the safe structures against typhoons and earthquakes in the Philippines.

Paris la défense arena

Architect Christian De Portzamparc, along with his firm 2Portzamparc, has put his name to the Paris La Défense Arena, the new indoor stadium of Racing 92, a Parisian rugby team. But rugby is not all that is on the cards: for the grand opening, a Rolling Stones concert brought 40,000 spectators to the Arena, thus testing its maximum capacity

Friends Arena

Friends Arena, otherwise known as National Renan, has a retractable roof multi-story edit just north of the Na Midtown area, which is the largest settlement in Scandinavia. It has become the national anthem of Sweden in men’s football since its inception, thus the name. The main occupiers of the organization are the Swedish Men’s National Football Group and the Allsvenskan Football Club Aik; Both have moved from their previous homes to the Risunda Arena.


The Romexpo Dome is the biggest indoor arena in Bucharest, Romania which boasts of 303,234 square meters in size and has a seating capacity of up to 40,000 people. It is primarily used for exhibitions, concerts, and sporting events. The main construction is said to be similar to the Tokyo Dome in Japan.

Saitama Super Arena

Saitan Super Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Saitama City, Japan. Opening its doors in 2000, this arena has a spectator capacity of around 36,500 at maximum settings. However, the main arena capacity is only between 19,000 and 22,500. The design of Saitama Super Arena was a result of an international design competition where American architect Dan Meis won.

SC Olimpiyskiy

Its name means “Olympics Sports Complex” and it was specially built for the 1980 Summer Olympics when the quadrennial sporting event was held in Moscow. It was divided into two separated halls, hosted the basketball and boxing events and the same time. The main arena, which is used for concerts, has a seating capacity of 35,000. International superstars who held their concerts at the SC Olimpiyskiy include Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Whitney Houston, to name a few.

Smart Araneta Coliseum

The Smart Araneta Coliseum (some time ago and furthermore known as Araneta Coliseum) or The Huge Vault, is an indoor multi-reason sports arena that is a piece of the Araneta City in the Cubao zone of Quezon City, Philippines. It is one of the biggest indoor arenas in Asia, and it is likewise one of the biggest clear range arches in the world. The arch estimates roughly 108.0 meters (354.3 ft) making it the biggest vault in Asia from its opening in 1960 until 2001 when it was outperformed by the Ōita Arena in Japan with an arch estimating 274.0 meters (899.0 ft).

Baku Crystal Hall

The Baku Crystal Hall was specially built in order to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 when Azerbaijan hosted the prestigious music event. According to Human Rights Watch, the government of Azerbaijan allegedly evicted dozens of families from the area in order to construct the arena.


BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL – JUNE 23: General view shot of Mineirinho Arena during UFC 147 on June 23, 2012 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. (Photo by Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

The Mineirinho is the biggest arena in South America and it’s located in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. This arena, which can hold 25,000 people, is home to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It was opened to the public in 1980 and at that time, it ranked as one of the biggest in the world.

Manchester Arena

Manchester Arena is an interior landmark in Manchester, England, in the north of the Central Wall region and mostly around the Rights Space above Manchester Victoria Station. The most important seat in any indoor setting of the Amused Domain is in the region, and with a limit of 21,000, Europe’s second-largest and one of the world’s busiest interiors, such as music and sports, for example, boxing and swimming. The main component of Manchester’s proposal for the Olympic Games in 1999 and 2000 was the long-term of the 2002 and 2002 Republic Games.

Best Football Stadium In The World

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Hear me out. Wembley appeared unbeatable, but the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium feels like the perfect blend of a number of stadiums on this list, a complete package. It has the full works, the full range of hospitality boxes and corporate suites to accommodate world events. It has a retractable pitch to reveal an artificial NFL playing surface beneath. It has spacious concourses and all the mod cons but most importantly, it boasts closeness to the pitch, a noise-reverberating roof and a Dortmund-esque stand that extends all the way from the pitch to the heavens. It is a stadium truly built for club football. Wembley is stunning, and could easily top this list, but the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has a certain compactness and intimacy with the pitch. Everything about that stadium has been designed to cater to every single person in it, with no complaints or quarrels, everyone will be satisfied
Location:London, UK


Delayed? Yes. Overbudget? Oh, boy. Worth it? Absolutely. Wembley is an unbelievable arena to soak up football at every level. The views, no matter how high or far you sit away from the pitch, are tremendous, the ease of access, the concourses, the space and the enormity of the place all roll into one outstanding package. Initial controversy over whether to incorporate a fully retractable roof or the iconic, static arch seems foolish now the 133m curve towers over the ground, supporting the northern portion of the roof. It was an iconic project that is now recognisable around the globe. Wembley feels like the home of football and is starting to create history, with the next European Championship finals to be held there despite newer stadiums being constructed all the time. In 50 years, the place may not have aged a day.
Location:London, UK

Nou Camp

Big. It’s really big. There is absolutely no excuse not to visit the Nou Camp before Lionel Messi’s career draws to a close. If you haven’t already, you should. If you already have, you should go again. The atmosphere doesn’t quite rock and roll like at other grounds, but if you’re there for the football on offer, the Nou Camp offers a stripped back magical experience. It’s due for a radical overhaul – featuring a roof and evening out of the currently lop-sided bowl – but for now, it’s the closest thing to the coliseum in Europe (barring, y’know, the actual coliseum). It’s both steep and sweeping, tall and wide. This stadium has seen things, man.
Location:Barcelona, Spain

La Bombonera

The smallest on this list, but my word does it pack a punch. One side is smaller yet vertical, the other three quarters sweep around a curve in this Buenos Aires suburb like an artist’s paintbrush. From rugged concrete blocks to wooden seats, it’s a no frills affair, and the ground literally trembles beneath once the fans begin to bounce. It’s more a living, breathing organism than a stadium.
Location:Buenos Aires, Argentina

Santiago Bernabéu

The Bernabeu feels like a tantalising blend of the old and the new. Its old-school, no frills charm remains in the perilously steep stands. It actually feels bigger than the Nou Camp in some respects because it’s built more like a traditional stadium. Picture the average Premier League ground, a relatively ordinary bowl with two tiers all the way around, fairly safe and standard… then place a duplicate directly on top. That’s the Bernabeu. It feels familiar and regular, but the size of the thing is eye-watering. A block dedicated to the
Location:Madrid, Spain

San Siro

If we’re talking about nicest stadiums, the San Siro doesn’t come close. If we’re talking about top facilities, exquisite comfort and universally friendly angles, the San Siro doesn’t come close. If we’re talking about utterly terrifying, intimidating, daunting stadiums, San Siro takes the gold. It could well be the most threatening building you’ve ever seen from the outside, the spiralling walkways aren’t practical, but they’re stunning. The iconic red roof frames aren’t pretty, they’re scary. The whole thing looks like a chunk of a spaceship crash-landed in a Milanese suburb. The toilets consist of little more than concrete holes in the ground, nets prevent flares and other such objects from being fired onto the pitch and there are barely any light to illuminate the fans during night games. As an experience for watching football though, it’s pure drama, the aura of history palpable. The San Siro is due to be torn down to rebuild a sanitised, safe new-build, so get yourself to see the ruins before they go.
Location:Milan, Italy

Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena is by no means an old stadium, but the exterior design was so far ahead of its time and continues to put most new-builds to shame. The glowing spaceship is a glorious sight in full daylight or at night, with an array of colours able to dance across it. Inside, the stadium is open and airy with masses of space for fans to roam freely about the concourses, while the arena itself provides stunning angles from every seat.
Location:Munich, Germany

The Azadi Stadium

“Home to the Iran national football team, this stadium was unveiled in 1971. It has the capacity to carry approximately spectators.Furthermore, this huge complex now also houses other facilities such as a swimming pool. It now holds the tenth place among the best football stadiums in the world.”

Wanda Metropolitano

One of the most recent stadiums to be built on this list belongs to the noisy neighbours in Madrid. Atletico’s recent success has clawed them into the European elite, and now they have a stadium to boast about. The stadium is designed with fans in mind. You can find a superb view anywhere in the ground with zero restrictions, while the more enclosed roof keeps the noise bubbling away in the cauldron while still feeling light and airy.
Location:Madrid, Spain

Signal Iduna Park

This deceptively large ground boasts the finest single stand in Europe, responsible for taking the breath away from millions around the world. From the outside, Westfalenstadion is a sharp, mechanical, industrial design, fairly standard but the South Stand’s capacity for 25,000 standing fans is a sight to behold. Twenty five thousand standing behind the short side of the pitch. It’s a pulsating experience, a giant connecting chain of shoulder rubs from the guy at the very back left to the front right. If you decide to trade your personal space for a European football pilgrimage like no other, you won’t regret it.
Location:Dortmund, Germany


The record attendance for the Maracanã is less than a thousand shy of 200,000 should tell you everything you need to know about this iconic pantheon of sport. Nestled in Rio, the stadium feels like a temple in a football-mad nation. It comprises of two complete rings stacked on top of each other, a perfect circle, and while that creates a gap between fans and the pitch, the atmosphere doesn’t escape.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Old Trafford

The UK’s largest club stadium isn’t referred to as The Theatre of Dreams without just cause. The ground has undergone several transformations since its opening but has retained its fear factor throughout the decades. A huge tick in the box for most British stadiums is the proximity to the pitch. While running tracks and large divides are commonplace across the world, Old Trafford manages to be both enormous and relatively compact with the pitch.
Location:Manchester, UK

Estadio Azteca

This behemoth structure actually saw a considerable reduction in its capacity in 2016 following renovations that added additional hospitality suites and media facilities. It had previously topped 105,000 in terms of official seating capacity, but the fearsome size and name of the ground, rocking with passionate fans, has ensured the Azteca remains one of the most intimidating places to play the game.
Location:Mexico City, Mexico


his one is made part of the top ten best football stadiums in the world mainly because it is home to Liverpool FC and has an electric environment that everyone would love to experience.
Location:United Kingdom

Soccer City

First National Bank Stadium or simply FNB Stadium, also known as Soccer City and The Calabash, is a stadium located in Nasrec, bordering the Soweto area of Johannesburg, South Africa.



“Initially known as the First National Bank Stadium, the Soccer City is located in Johannesburg and was built for the 2010 World Cup.Catering to a huge capacity of 90,000, this stadium is proof that South Africa is expanding in the sport. Truly, this one deserves its mention as one of the best football stadiums in the world.”
Location:South Africa



The sole reason why Azteca “Football Stadium” has been awarded a higher position in the top ten is due to the fact that the stadium has successfully hosted two World Cups finals and is best known for them.It now holds around 100,000 spectators and also has a special place in Mexican football

De Meer Stadion

Home to one of Europe’s elite clubs, De Meer Stadion has had some of the world’s greatest footballers grace its turf. The likes of Johan Neeskens, Johnny Rep, Frank Rijkaard, Marco van Basten, Ronald Koeman and, of course, Johan Cruyff have all donned the famous red-and-white strip over the years.

Juventus Stadium

Although it’s by far the newest stadium on the list and has therefore not had the chance to secure a spot near the top, the Juventus Stadium still sits pretty high because of its incredible atmosphere and wonderful design.
Location:Turin, Italy

Celtic Park

“Celtic Park is the oldest and largest stadium in Scotland and is a must-see for any football fan.
Celtic supporters are often referred to as some of the best in world football and are true appreciators of the game. Celtic Park is often at full capacity, regardless of the game’s importance—a testiment to the wonderful ground and wonderful fans”
Location:Glasgow, Scotland

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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