Which stadium is located in Rajasthan?

Sawai Mansingh Stadium
Rajasthan Royals/Arenas/Stadiums

How many international cricket stadiums are there in India?

52 international cricket venues
India has 52 international cricket venues, the most in any country – 29 more than the next most: England with 23. International cricket was held in India for the first time in December 1933 when the Gymkhana Ground in Bombay played host to the India-England Test match.

Where is the Sawai Mansingh stadium situated?

Jaipur, Rajasthan
The Sawai Mansingh Stadium is a cricket stadium in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. It was named after Sawai Man Singh II, the former Maharaja of the state of Jaipur. It is situated at one corner of the PKMB.

Where is the Eden Gardens stadium?

The hallowed turf of Eden Gardens is located in the heart of Kolkata, West Bengal in India. Also known as the home of Indian cricket, it is the country’s oldest stadium and also, the largest in terms of capacity.

Which is the oldest stadium in India?

1. Eden Gardens, Kolkata. Established in 1864, Eden Garden is the oldest cricket stadium in India.

When was Sawai Mansingh Stadium stadium established?

Sawai Mansingh Stadium/Opened

What is the name of the cricket stadium in Mohali?

Bindra Stadium
About Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali is also known as the IS Bindra Stadium. It is one of the unique cricket grounds in India as it has very low floodlights and more than 16 towers.

Who built Eden Gardens stadium?

Governor- General Auckland
It was established in the year 1864 and was laid by Governor- General Auckland, who named the gardens and the cricket ground after his sisters Emily and Fanny Eden. Stretched over 50 acres, this cricket stadium has the capacity to seat about 66,349 people and is the second largest stadiums in the world.

Who owns Eden Garden?

Cricket Association of Bengal
Eden Gardens/Owners

Which is the biggest stadium in the world cricket?

Narendra Modi Stadium
Active stadiums

Rank Ground Capacity
1 Narendra Modi Stadium 132,000
2 Melbourne Cricket Ground 100,024
3 Eden Gardens 80,000
4 Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium 65,400

Which is the oldest cricket stadium in the world?

List of Test cricket grounds

No. Stadium First match
1 Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) 15 March 1877
2 The Oval 6 September 1880
3 Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) 17 February 1882
4 Old Trafford 10 July 1884