The newly-looking Narendra Modi cricket stadium in Ahmedabad is placed to sponsor the pink-ball cricket between India and England, followed by the two sides’ series decider. The stadium has broken the record publications to register itself since the world’s most incredible cricket stadium with a seating capacity of the whopping 110,000, more than the well-known Melbourne Cricket Floor nationwide.
World’s largest cricket stadium
The newly-looking Arena in Ahmedabad is set to sponsor the pink-ball Cricket between India and England, accompanied by the series decider between the two edges. The arena has shattered the record books to join up itself as the world’s largest cricket stadium with a seating capacity of a whopping 1.3 lakh, more than the well-known Melbourne Cricket Floor in Australia.
Spread across 63 acres, six indoor pitches – dream for athletes.
The Stadium is spread across 63 acres and has six indoor pitches with bowling machines. The stadium also has outdoor practice pitches and two practice grounds with a small pavilion area. The stadium also has a clubhouse with 50 deluxe rooms and five suites, including an Olympic-size swimming pool.
A whopping 55,000 crowd set to grace pink-ball Test between India and England
With 50 percent crowd capacity allowed for the third and fourth Test between India and England, the Stadium in Ahmedabad will host 55,000 spectators for the much-awaited day-night Test between India and England.
Never seen before drainage system in the Narendra Modi cricket stadium
The Stadium also has a state-of-the-art drainage system to help the ground dry up quickly in heavy rain. It is being claimed that even in the case of 8cm rainfall during a match, there are bleak chances of the match being canceled out.
11 center strips in the Stadium
The world’s largest cricket stadium boasts 11 center strips, unique, along with four dressing rooms connected to an in-built gymnasium. “This is the only stadium in the world with 11 centre pitches on the main ground. Alsoyhis is the only stadium in the world with same soil being used for practice as well as centre strips,” GCA joint secretary Patel said.
LED lights takeover mast lights in Narendra Modi cricket stadium
The Stadium will have LED floodlights rather than traditional mast lights on the entire circular roof for better visibility and in a bid to eliminate shadows. The Motera stadium underwent a complete renovation, started under current BCCI secretary Jay Shah, who was in charge of the Gujarat Cricket Association back then.
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