Which is the No 1 stadium in India?
A Summary of the Biggest Cricket Stadiums in India
|1||Eden Gardens||West Bengal|
|2||Raipur International Cricket Stadium||Chhattisgarh|
|3||Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium||Telangana|
|3||Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||Kerala|
Which is smallest stadium in India?
List of Smallest Cricket Stadium in India (by capacity)
|1||Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground||15,000|
|2||Roop Singh Stadium||18,000|
|4||K. D. Singh Babu Stadium||22,000|
Which is the second largest cricket stadium in India?
India’s second-largest cricket stadium to be built in Jaipur
|1||Narendra Modi Stadium||132,000|
|2||Melbourne Cricket Ground||100,024|
|4||Naya Raipur International Cricket Stadium||65,400|
Which is oldest cricket stadium?
List of Test cricket grounds
|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|
Where is the biggest stadium in India?
|Narendra Modi Stadium||132,000||Ahmedabad|
|Salt Lake Stadium||85,000||Kolkata|
|Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium||65,000||Delhi|
Which stadium holds most fans?
Capacity of 80,000–90,000
|Guangdong Olympic Stadium||80,012||Association football, athletics|
|AT&T Stadium||80,000||American football|
|Beijing National Stadium||80,000||Athletics, association football|
Which is big stadium?
The newly-inaugurated Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, with a capacity of 132,000, is the largest cricket stadium in the world. The world’s biggest cricket stadium –the Narendra Modi Stadium in the Motera area of Ahmedabad — is hosting the third Test of the India vs England series.