7 largest cricket stadiums in the World 2021

Cricket is the most popular game after football. The origin of cricket is England, and it has evolved from a children’s game to a popular international game. Along with the cricket game, the cricket stadiums are also evolving. Nowadays, stadiums are using AI-like technology and maintaining luxury rooms for the players. When the stadiums are updated, and when it uses robot cams and led lights it will be an eye feast to the audiences. 

Let’s have a look at 7 largest cricket stadiums in the World 2021

1 Narendra Modi Stadium

Narendra Modi Stadium earlier knows as Sardar Patel Stadium or Motera Cricket Stadium. Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest stadium in the world. Its seating capacity is 110,000, which made this stadium the biggest cricket stadium in the world. Narendra Modi Stadium is located in India, Gujarat state, and it is named after the present Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

This stadium was built in 1982 later it was renovated in 2020. For renovation, it costs 800 crores INR. A recent match played in this stadium was between India and England.

2 Melbourne Cricket Ground

Melbourne Cricket Stadium is the second-largest cricket stadium in the World. Melbourne Cricket Ground is located in Australia, Melbourne. The seating capacity of Melbourne Cricket Ground is 100,024. This ground was built in the year 1877. The recent match in Melbourne Cricket Ground was between India and Australia.

3 Eden Gardens

Eden Gardens is the third largest cricket ground in the world on the list. Eden Gardens is located in India, Kolkata. The seating capacity of Eden Gardens is 66,349. The first match in Eden Gardens was held on 5–8 January 1934, between India and England. The last match in Eden Gardens was between India and South Africa in 2020.

4 Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium.

Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium is located in India, Raipur. The seating capacity of this ground is 65,000. 

No international match played on this ground. But it is a popular ground because of its standards. This ground hosted many IPL matches and other state-level matches. 

5 Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium

Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is the fifth-largest cricket stadium in the World. Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium is located in India, Hyderabad. The seating capacity of this ground is 60,000. The first match was played on this ground on 12 November 2010 between India and New Zealand.

6 Greenfield International Stadium

Greenfield International Stadium also knows as The Sports Hub Trivandrum. This stadium is located in India, Kerela, the seating capacity of this stadium is 55,000. The first match was played on this ground on 1 November 2018 between India and West Indies.

7 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is the seventh-largest cricket ground in the world on the list. Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is located in India, Delhi. The seating capacity of this ground is 55,000. The first match played on this ground in 1984 between India and Australia. Apart from cricket, this ground hosts other games like Football and it has even hosted the commonwealth games 2010.

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