ICC Cricket world Cup 2023 Venues
ICC cricket world cup will likely commence in October this year, but the temperature is already hot enough due to the issue between India and Pakistan. During the whole fiasco, India announced the ICC cricket world cup venues. This article will discuss different stadiums where you can see the cricket action live. We can always go and watch the matches on the TV, but the real fun is when you go visit the stadium and enjoy the World Cup action live. We will also tell you where to buy tickets for the Cricket world cup 2023. So without wasting any more of your time with these wide balls, let’s go wicket to wicket.
|M. A. Chidambaram Stadium||Chennai||50,000|
|Narendra Modi Stadium||Ahmedabad||132,000|
|Punjab Cricket Association Stadium||Mohali||27,000|
|M. Chinnaswamy Stadium||Bengaluru||40,000|
Cricket world cup 2023 Stadiums
Here, let’s talk about some detail regarding these stadiums.
The home of cricket in India, Eden Gardens, Kolkata, has a massive size and capacity of 66 thousand fans. It is the second-largest stadium in India and the third-largest in the world. So when it comes to craziness, Eden Gardens is a fun place for cricket fans. You can say that this stadium is associated with many favourite memories for the fans. Especially the 2016 T20 world cup finale. Who can forget that last over where Carlos Brathwaite won the game for the West Indies?
This world cup, the games are going to be extra special here.
Narendra Modi Stadium
This is the place where BCCI has decided to hold the Finale this time. And why wouldn’t they? The Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest cricket stadium in the world, housing more than 130000 spectators at a time. BCCI has spent a lot of money on this stadium. Previously, it was known as Motera Stadium. But now it is named after the Prime Minister of India. You have already witnessed the stadium and its majesty during the IPL. Now, let’s see how it hosts matches for the world cup.
This stadium has the fondest memories for Indian cricket fans as India won the 2011 ICC Cricket world cup finale here. They won it for the second time under the captaincy of the cool and calm M.S. Dhoni. Hence, the Mumbai fans cherish this stadium. It has a capacity of 32000
Punjab Cricket Association Stadium
This stadium is also known as the Mohali Stadium because it is located in Mohali. If you are a Punjab Kings fan, this is your team’s home ground. But this time, it is going to host ICC world cup matches. The official name of the stadium is Inderjit Singh Bindra Stadium. A fun fact about this venue is that the floodlights are low in height. This is due to safety reasons as there is an airport nearby.
M. Chinnaswamy Stadium
You may associate this stadium with RCB and Bangaluru, but you will be amazed to know that it is the first cricket stadium in the world to have Solar energy-powered flood lights. Yes, not only do you enjoy cricket, but also you support the environment if you go and watch a match there. So what are you waiting for? It has a capacity of over 40k. So go and grab a ticket for yourself.
M. A. Chidambaram Stadium
Being the home ground of CSK, this stadium has the honour of being the second-oldest stadium in India. It can house up to 50000 cricket fans. We witnessed the 1987, 1996, and 2011 cricket world cup games when hosting the ICC events.
India is a nation that is crazy for cricket. All these stadiums will be full of not only Indian cricket fans but fans worldwide. And their capacity is no joke. The Eden Gardens and Narendra Modi Stadium alone can house many people. Are you ready to witness the best cricketing action? Grab your tickets and start your World Cup 2023 journey.