Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
The Wankhede Stadium, is an international cricket stadium in Mumbai, India. The stadium now has a capacity of 33,108, following renovations for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Before the upgrade, the capacity was approximately 45,000.
The stadium has been host to numerous high-profile cricket matches in the past, most notably the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final, in which India defeated Sri Lanka and became the first country to win the cricket world cup on home soil. The stadium played host to the last match of Sachin Tendulkar's international career. Additionally, it hosted many matches during the 1996 and 2011 Cricket World Cups. The stadium also played host to the match in which Ravi Shastri hit six sixes in an over.
Address: Vinoo Mankad Rd, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020
End names: Garware Pavilion End, Tata End
Home team: Mumbai
Curator: Sudhir Naik
Brabourne - CCI, Mumbai
The Brabourne Stadium is a cricket ground in the Indian city of Mumbai, which was the home ground of IPL franchise Mumbai Indians. It can accommodate 50,000 people for sports matches. The ground is owned by the Cricket Club of India (CCI). The North Stand of the Brabourne housed the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) headquarters and the 1983 Cricket World Cup trophy until 2006 when both were moved to the newly built Cricket Centre at the nearby Wankhede Stadium.
The Brabourne Stadium hosted Test matches from 1948 to 1972 and it was the venue for Bombay Pentangular matches from 1937 until 1946. After disputes over ticketing arrangements with the CCI, the Bombay Cricket Association (BCA) built the Wankhede Stadium a few hundred metres north of Brabourne Stadium. After the Wankhede Stadium was built, Brabourne was no longer used for Test matches, although visiting teams played a few first-class matches at the ground. Apart from cricket, the ground has played host to tennis and football matches as well as music shows and concerts.
Address: Stadium House, Block No 3, 1st Floor, Veer Nariman Road, Churchgate, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020
End names: Pavilion End, Church Gate End
Home team: Mumbai
DY Patil Stadium, Navi Mumbai
The DY Patil Stadium also known as DY Patil Sports Stadium is a cricket and football stadium at D. Y. Patil campus at Nerul in Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was designed by Hafeez Contractor. It is the second home ground of the club Mumbai City FC. The stadium also has hosted the matches of 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup and 2022 AFC Women's Asian Cup.
The stadium was officially inaugurated on 4 March 2008 and was briefly the home ground for IPL team Mumbai Indians. It hosted three IPL matches for the Mumbai Indians and has also hosted the 2008 Indian Premier League Final and 2010 Indian Premier League Final.
Address: Sector 7, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 400706
Floodlights: Four towers, completed April 2008
End names: Media End, Pavilion End
MCA Stadium, Pune
Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium is a cricket stadium situated in Gahunje village in Pune of Maharashtra, India. It is located beside of Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
It is the home venue for the Maharashtra cricket team and is the headquarters of the Maharashtra Cricket Association. This stadium is situated on the outskirts of city limit of Pune near Gahunje village. Before existence of this arena, Neharu stadium of downtown Pune was the home ground of Maharashtra Cricket team.
This arena is designed by Michael Hopkins. It is designed like a deep bowl. It has floodlights to organise contests at night.
Hopkins Architects of London was commissioned to design a new 37,000-seat stadium in Pune. This stadium's final phase of construction is still yet to complete.
Also or formerly known as Subrata Roy Sahara Stadium
Address: Mumbai - Pune Hwy, Gahunje, Maharashtra 412101
End names: Pavilion End, Hill End