Top Ten Main Sports Stadiums in India

Several sports events are celebrated in India, although the country has a reputation for being the team to beat in International Cricket. It is the heartbeat of India, which is also the reason why the country is home to some of the largest sports stadium in the world. Multi-purpose stadiums are designed to host a variety of different sports events, including Olympic sports and here are some of the most impressive stadiums.

Kolkata’s Salt Lake Stadium

The sports arena in Kolkata is also known as the Yuva Bharati Krirangan Stadium, and this multi-purpose sports stadium is located in West Bengal, at Bidhannagar. It is the biggest stadium in India as well as the second largest stadium for football worldwide. The Salt Lake Stadium’s capacity is 120,000 and is used frequently for athletics, football matches and other sports events.

Kolkata’s Eden Gardens Stadium

The Eden Gardens Stadium is one of India’s international cricket arenas located in Kolkata. It is the second-largest cricket stadium in the world and the largest in India. Eden Gardens offers seating to 90,000 cricket fans and is home to the Bengal team. It is here where the Twenty20 International matches as well as One Day Cricket Internationals takes place, while the Eden Gardens Cricket Stadium belongs to the Indian Army.

Delhi’ Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

As a multitargeted sports event stadium, the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is situated in Delhi, and it’s one of the most famous and most prestigious sports arenas in India. The sports stadium offers seating to 60,000, which can be extended during concerts, up to 100,000. The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is the third largest in India and is mainly used for major events such as the 2010 XIX Commonwealth Games. The Indian Olympic Association owns the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.

Mumbai Home to Dr DY Patil Stadium

The cricket stadium in Mumbai called the Dr DY Patil Stadium is located in Navi Mumbai. The sports stadium in Nerul offers a 60,000-seating capacity and also features several other sports facilities such as four indoor badminton courts, a swimming pool that is Olympic sized as well as nine hard tennis courts. The Dr DY Patil Stadium is used for several events, and features that make it extremely useful for all events is the cantilever roof, while it is also the first cricket stadium worldwide to offer a concert level sound system.

Kaloor Stadium in Kochi

The international Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is also known as the Kochi Stadium is one of the biggest sports arenas in India. It offers a 60,000-seating capacity, and the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium was initially built to host football events, although it is often used to host international cricket events. The multi-faceted stadium serves as an excellent venue for essential exhibitions, national events and even political rallies.

Different major cricket stadiums in India include the International Raipur Cricket Stadium, M Chinnaswamy Stadium located in Bangalore, Sardar Patel Stadium in Motera as well as the International Rajic Gandhi Stadium based in Hyderabad.