Top 5 Largest Stadiums in the world 2021
Narendra Modi Stadium…
The old 35,000-capacity Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel stadium has been renamed as Narendra Modi Stadium with capacity to accommodate 1,10,000 besides some of the architectural marvels to its credit.
The enclave is spread in over 220 acres on the Sabarmati river bank in the north east area of Ahmedabad.
The Motera stadium is one like never before. It has top-notch facilities with world-class standards. The stadium comprises 76 corporate boxes with a seating of 25 each, an indoor cricket academy with a dormitory for approximately 40 athletes, a clubhouse and an Olympic-size swimming pool.
The Narendra Modi Stadium, will now be a part of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Sports Enclave in the city of Ahmedabad which also includes facilities to hold other international sports apart from cricket.
The magnificence of the stadium lies in the design, Each one of the 110,000 seats has uninterrupted sightlines of the field and pitch and with a deliberate round, open stadium providing 360-degree views that ensure the spectator feels like they’re a part of what’s happening.
The bowl design consists of two large seating tiers, each with approximately 50,000 general admission seats, designed to fill the lower levels for smaller events, ensuring the stadium retains the spectator atmosphere even when the seating bowl is not fully occupied. In another unique innovation, the Motera stadium has no floodlights instead LED lights are being installed on the roof. The stadium’s roof is designed to be lightweight and seismically separate from the bowl to ensure safety in the event of a potential earthquake.
The Motera stadium is located in the outskirts of Ahmedabad, along the banks of river Sabarmati, in Gujarat, India. The entire facility is currently built across a massive 63 acre.
The Motera cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, earlier known as Sardar Patel Stadium, has been renamed as Narendra Modi stadium.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
The MCG, truly one of the world’s greatest sporting venues, was built back in 1853 when the Melbourne Cricket Club had to find new digs because Australia’s first steam train was coming through the oval. The Melbourne Cricket Ground has been a juggernaut ever since – the first-ever cricket Test match was played here in 1877
MCG tours operate on non-match days, accessing the stands, the coaches’ boxes, the famous Long Room, players’ change rooms and onto the hallowed turf itself when available. Bookings are not essential for individuals and small groups.
Eden Gardens is a cricket ground in Kolkata India. Established in 1864, it is the oldest and second-largest cricket stadium in India after the newly built Sardar Patel Stadium and third in the world after Sardar Patel Stadium and Melbourne Cricket Ground The stadium currently has a capacity of 68,000. On 22 November 2019, the venue hosted the first ever day/night Test match in India during the second Test between India and Bangladesh
often referred to as home of Indian cricket. It has the fastest outfield of all the cricket stadiums in India, and is regarded as a “batsman’s paradise”. The ground has been referred to as “cricket’s answer to the Colosseum”
The 2016 ICC World Twenty20 final was held at the stadium, with the West Indies beat England in a closely fought encounter.
Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Cricket Stadium…
It is the third largest cricket stadium in India and fourth-largest cricket stadium in the world. The stadium has a seating capacity of 65,000 approx
Stadium is situated close to the Swami Vivekananda Airport in Naya Raipur and is 21 km away from Raipur main city
The construction of the stadium began in the year 2001 and it was completed in a couple of years. It was built and owned by the Government of Chhattisgarh. The stadium has been built with as a modern sports arena. The media facilities have been redone, the corporate boxes are plush, and roofs cover the rest of the ground to provide comfort from heat.
The stadium has a capacity of over 60,000 people, making it the third-largest stadium in Australia [after the Melbourne Cricket Ground and Stadium Australia].
The Pitch at the WACA is regarded as one of the quickest and bounciest in the world.
The WACA has also hosted 7 scores of 99 in Test cricket – the most of any ground in the world.
The ground is the home venue of Western Australia’s team